Electronic Products & Technology


March 13, 2018 by Stephen Law

Waterloo drone maker Aeryon Labs rises above

Dave Kroetsch, co-founder and chief technology officer says firm’s blend of engineering talent keeps Waterloo drone maker in top flight position

March 6, 2018 by John Gilmore, VP of Linmore LED

LiFi ready for its moment in the spotlight

“In the future, LiFi will be embedded into the mobile devices we use every day, as well as play a key role in machine-to-machine communication and IoT”

February 28, 2018 by Stephen Law

NeuronicWorks rides emergence of IoB designs

Convergence of wearables and IoT gives birth to Internet of Bodies device sector

February 20, 2018 by Philip Poulidis, SVP and GM of Radar at BlackBerry Technology Solutions (BTS)

How IoT is fueling a modern approach to asset tracking

Trucking for the long haul: The IoT-based system monitors the location of containers and delivers timely, actionable data…via a secure, online portal.

February 13, 2018 by Stephen Law

Harting remains focused on connection to Industry 4.0 customer base

4.0 Innovator: One on one with Philip Harting

February 6, 2018 by Aury Hathout M.Env, certified environmental auditor at Enviropass

Turmoil of product environmental compliance coming for 2018-19

Think Green / Environmental Issues

January 30, 2018 by Sohail Kamal, EP&T’s West Coast correspondent sohail@nextgear.ca

Digital currency mining boom in Vancouver

HIVE Blockchain Technologies Ltd. undergoes major expansion

January 22, 2018 by Bob Sutor, vice-president, AI, blockchain and quantum solutions, IBM Research

Why we should celebrate (and not fear) quantum computing

Over the past year, various headlines have warned ominously about the impending threat of quantum computing to encryption and security. As a scientist and executive for the leading corporate program of quantum research, I can assert these fears are unnecessary.

January 15, 2018 by Amritpal Singh Bedi, Sr. research associate, MarketsandMarkets research

3D printing augmenting the traditional way of producing printed electronics

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping, or freeform fabrication, is a process in which three-dimensional complex-shaped solid objects are made by forming layers of materials such as polymers, metals, ceramics, paper and certain edibles (e.g., chocolate). The

January 8, 2018 by Alan Griffiths, principal consultant, Cambashi

What’s new about the industrial IoT?

Cambashi has just completed a research project into the ‘industrial’ application of the IoT (Internet of Things). The aim was to establish the market’s structure and direction based on interviews with many of the major players combined with desk research. Many

January 7, 2018 by Chad Davis, Lead Teardown Specialist, ABI Research

Garmin Fenix 5 shines bright

ABI Research has been tearing down devices since 2011 and added wearables in 2013 once they had an established presence in the marketplace. Garmin released the Fenix 5 last year as their premier rugged GPS watch featuring a transflective memory-in-pixel

December 19, 2017 by Rusty Stapp, CEO, UbiquiOS

IoT applications require end-to-end security — from device to Cloud

As IoT devices proliferate, they are utilizing a host of specialized wireless protocols, which serve the needs of these devices well. However, they must all connect to the Internet and Cloud applications and that means ensuring security all along the path.