AIS farms an electric autonomous robot
Riding the wave of receiving substantial funding support from the Federal Government, Burnaby-based Advanced Intelligent Systems (AIS) has set out to develop an autonomous electric vehicle that will solve several pain points for customers. Netting $2.2 million grant from the…
Challenges in the electronics supply chain
Mouser Electronics details how it is tackling such issues as allocation, tariffs, compliance regulations and component obsolescence.
Drive Hockey goes ‘top shelf’
Vancouver tech developer uses sports science and sensors to revolutionize youth development
BlackBerry QNX embeds itself in the auto world
Firm’s real-time safe and secure operating system finds global success in the automotive and embedded markets
Connecting with history
Restoring the Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) for 50th anniversary of Apollo 11
The case for diamond semiconductors
Newly developed technology aims to impact and transform all industries
Why should I use a design and EMS partner?
Here are some good reasons for electronic designers to conduct a thorough search in finding a contract manufacturing ally
Designing devices to create cold atmospheric pressure plasma
It is needed in several markets – including healthcare and industrial
Dorigo Systems evolving ahead of the curve
Burnaby-based EMS provider plans state-of-the-art facility in 2020
Changes coming for REACH SVHC
Additional compliance requirements for products containing REACH SVHCs are coming – starting January 5th, 2021
How safe is your data in Industry 4.0?
Manufacturing is one of the most targeted industries for cyber-attacks
What are the benefits of 3D printing technology
Professionals are most commonly using 3D printing technology for prototyping prospective products/parts/components