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How Utilities Are Preparing for EVSE David Talbott
Analysts estimate that if every car and light truck on US roads today were an EV, the amount of power they would consume would equal the US’s entire power-generation capacity. What are utility companies doing to support EV charging needs?

Anticipating EVSE Power Supply Needs David Talbott
A single Level 2 charging station can effectively double the electric load of a house, and commercial EVSE installations can generate very high peak loads that can incur huge unexpected demand charges on electric bills. What are the key things you need to consider when planning for EV charging?

EV Wireless Charging David Talbott
Proponents of wireless charging see it as a simpler, more convenient way to charge EVs because it eliminates the hassle of handling charging cables and offers a new way to charge vehicles at rest or in motion. But, is wireless charging practical, or is it just fantasy?

Human Augmentation and Arduino Technologies Bruce Byfield
Arduino microcontrollers are playing a major role in the development of prosthetics and devices for human augmentation. Once aimed at students and hobbyists, today Arduino technologies offer numerous advantages typical of open source software and hardware that significantly accelerate development and reduce costs.

10 Inspirational Female Engineers Sarah Harmet
In honor of International Women in Engineering Day, we’ve chosen 10 inspirational women whose work has transformed (or is currently transforming) engineering and society. Such women span from the inventor of the windshield wiper to that of the 1942 “Secret Communication System,” which became the foundation for modern cellular communication.

Autonomous Car Racing: DIT Students Prepare for 2019 NXP Cup Flavio Stiffan
Applying their knowledge of electronics hardware and coding to autonomous vehicles, engineering students from the renowned DIT begin their quest for NXP Cup glory. The students put their racecar designs through a series of rigorous trials to see who would progress to the next stage of the competition.

Connecting to the Google Cloud IoT with the AVR-IoT WG Eval Board Greg Toth
The Microchip AC164160 AVR-IoT WG Evaluation Board allows you to prototype sensor applications using a secure-element cryptographic coprocessor and low-power microcontroller to securely connect to the Google Cloud IoT.

Help Defenders Effectively Investigate Incidents with Event Logs Jeff Fellinge
Event logs include a treasure trove of information that security defenders rely on to investigate and resolve security incidents. Help your defenders quickly and effectively respond to incidents by carefully choosing which events to log and the pertinent information to include.

Buckle Up, Put It In Drive and ‘ROHM’ the Open Road Paul Golata
Buckle up, put it in drive and, roam the open road. ROHM Semiconductor’ LEDs and LED drivers make this possible. Like the American bison, you have the freedom to roam where you want. Take advantage and drive out with your lights on and your seat belts fastened.

Integrating the STM32L4 Discovery Kit IoT Node with the Google Cloud Platform Using Wi-Fi Greg Toth
The STMicroelectronics STM32L4 Discovery Kit for IoT Node Discovery Kit is an Internet of Things (IoT) development kit that is ideal for prototyping sensor applications with wireless connectivity to the Google Cloud IoT.

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