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December 5, 2018 by Gap Wireless Inc.

Boosting Bench DMM and Function/Waveform Generator Memory

Whether it’s a basic Handheld Multimeter or a powerful bench Power Supply that’s needed to get the job done, Gap Wireless carries a broad range of portable, bench and system instruments that can meet basic to complex testing challenges. Gap Wireless, a leading

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December 4, 2018 by Gavin Daly, professional services manager, Axis Communications

Designing and managing a surveillance system

It’s late at night when an alarm is triggered at a large-scale data centre. Surveillance cameras have detected a man walking along a perimeter fence. The video management system (VMS) sends an alert to the on-duty security guard who surveys

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December 3, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Most Canadian business owners embrace technology to secure their futures

Firsthand insight into the perceived and expected benefits and challenges of automation and AI

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November 26, 2018 by JF Brandon, sales & marketing, Bot Factory

Prototyping for the Internet of Everything

3D Printed Electronics helps deal with the Explosion in IoT Applications

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November 22, 2018 by Sonny Van Ngo, global product manager, electronic access solutions, Southco Inc.

A cost-effective approach for improving enclosure security

Electronic Access Solutions (EAS), such as integrated electronic locks and latches secure networked enclosures in remote locations

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November 18, 2018 by Rich Markley, product manager, Rohde & Schwarz’s Value Instruments

How to add RF and lower compliance costs

It’s almost oxymoronic, but it’s possible to add RF capability and lower compliance costs by following some basic steps.

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November 9, 2018 by Jim Mielke, VP teardowns, ABI Research

Oppo Find X on the rise

ABI Research has been tearing down devices since 2011 and for the most part, we find that smartphones are all beginning to resemble each other.  While it is getting difficult to differentiate product features, there are still a few unique

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November 7, 2018 by Protocase

How to Decide On a Custom Enclosure Style For Your Electronics

At Protocase, we offer a variety of different enclosure styles that are completely custom-made to fit the needs of each individual customer. With that many options available, it can sometimes be overwhelming sifting through all of the possibilities, especially if

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November 6, 2018 by Sohail Kamal, EP&T’s west coast correspondent

Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network bridges gaps for entrepreneurs

Late last year, UBC entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) calling for increased collaboration to support a regional innovation zone known as the Cascadia Innovation Corridor. The Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network (CVAN) was launched to nurture entrepreneurship between private,

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October 28, 2018 by Graham Scott, senior director of global commodity management, Jabil Inc.

How to protect your product design against component shortages

While recent headlines crow about the steady approach of autonomous and electric vehicles, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the latest smart phone, a different, markedly darker story has been unfolding at the other end of the supply chain for

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October 23, 2018 by Stephen Law

Myant Technologies weaves its way into wearable tech

Toronto-based textile computing company Myant Inc. is an emerging global leader in the integration of technology, namely biosensors and actuators, into the yarns and fibers that comprise a textile product. From clothing to car seats, bedding, flooring and more, Myant’s

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October 16, 2018 by Jean-Marie Buchilly, new product development manager, Fischer Connectors

Rugged connectors and the power of high-speed communication protocols

No one has to tell an engineer that modern equipment demands high-speed data transfer. However, making sure those high speeds are maintained continues to challenge the best of us. It makes sense that engineers look closely at all components, including