With thousands of attendees, nearly 100leading exhibitors, and numerous speakers set to meet face-to-face, ESC Silicon Valley is back, Dec. 6-8, and is a must attend opportunity for embedded systems professionals to accelerate industry knowledge and network.
Engineers work on a daily basis to translate ideas into real-world innovations and while in many circumstances the world sees hardware as the “new thing,” in many circumstances today the real innovation is all about the software.
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) recently used additive manufacturing techniques to produce isotropic, near-net-shape, neodymium-iron-boron (NdFeB) bonded magnets.
Embedded software design methodologies are meant to help guide engineers toward developing software that is more robust, has fewer bugs, and is more maintainable, to name a few coveted characteristics.
While wind turbines have been faulted for being dangerous to birds, it’s actually one of these animals -- the owl -- that’s inspired a research team to devise a new method to reduce the noise turbines make.
Only 12% of engineers are women. This panel will explore professional opportunities for women in engineering, the reasons why women represent less than 12% of engineers, and our panelists careers in engineering-driven professions.
Simulation has become so accurate, that the world it creates for testing new products is more on the mark than using real-world testing. That is, except for composites, where the simulated world is still learning.