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New Tech Tuesdays: 3 Products That Keep Modern Industrial Automation Humming Tommy Cummings
Keeping modern industrial automation humming requires a multitude of products for businesses and developers. We review an actuator, switch gear, and sensors—diverse products that help developers maintain this hum.

Extend Battery Life with an Ultra-Low Power GPS Solution Alec Makdessian
One of the biggest challenges in adding GPS capability to battery-powered devices such as vehicle trackers, asset trackers, or IoT sensors is the shortened battery life. Learn how to extend battery life with an ultra-low-power GPS solution.

Robots Search for Climate Change Clues Jeff Shepard
The Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling project (SOCCOM) is deploying a robotic observing system composed of about 200 autonomous floats that will provide nearly continuous coverage in time and horizontal space over the entire Southern Ocean.

5G Enables AI to Unleash Its Vast Potential Wang Jing
5G’s high bandwidth, low latency, and massive connectivity will drive the rapid AI development. Here, we illustrate the power of 5G via a few application scenarios and demonstrate how the technology can push AI to release its full potential.

New Tech Tuesdays: Fingerprint Sensor Modules Tommy Cummings
As long as we have fingerprints, the biometric technology for fingerprint scanners and their application will continue to evolve and flourish. This week's New Tech Tuesdays highlights two fingerprint scanner products available to designers for solution-based development.

Internet-Connected AI Face Tracker Greg Toth
The Seeed Studio Sipeed Maixduino Kit for RISC-V AI + IoT allows you to prototype AI applications that can send sensor measurements through the Internet to the Medium One IoT platform for data processing and display.

New Tech Tuesdays: Face Recognition Solutions Tommy Cummings
The development of facial recognition continues as society debates the technology's merits and ethics. Meanwhile, as the technology evolves, New Tech Tuesdays is highlighting three facial-recognition products available for solution-based development.

Sensor-based Diagnostics in Modern Medicine Christopher Gundler
With advances in sensors and artificial intelligence, objective tests, measurements, and interpretations are replacing subjective ones of days past. Such advances are also enabling testing outside of medical facilities and linking patient data to empirical studies.

How Being Bold Brings Smart Automation Solutions Jeff DeAngelis
Industry 4.0 smart factories require design attention to realize smarter, faster, and lower power solutions. The most successful companies set themselves apart through a bold approach in executing their smart automation strategy. In this post, we will present an example.

How Far Can Wearables Go in Fostering Wellness? Stephen Evanczuk
Even as methods evolve for implementing reliable cuffless blood pressure measurement, future wearables for health and fitness are likely to focus more on helping users adopt healthy behaviors, emphasizing convenience over clinical-grade accuracy.

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