Don't Fear the Cloud, Embrace It
Guest Blogs 1/29/2014 25 comments The cloud is everywhere; it's always connected and it has your data. Dropbox, Google Docs, and other tools have changed our file-sharing workflow forever. Productivity and communication have improved tenfold. So the question is, will our design applications make the jump to the cloud as well?
Does Technology Restrict Creativity?
Guest Blogs 1/20/2014 15 comments Will future generations lack creativity as technology and design develops, so that we're in a more controlled and creatively limited environment, or are we simply a species that rolls with the times?
The IoT Impacts Manufacturing, Too
Guest Blogs 1/17/2014 11 comments Today, all signs point to the value of the IoT. Itís here, itís not going anywhere, and it has the potential for a multitrillion-dollar worldwide economic impact.
PLCs Drive Down Costs for School Buses
Guest Blogs 1/16/2014 15 comments Deft PLC programming and simplicity cut engine block heating costs by nearly 73%, from an annual average of $20,000, to just $5,500 for the 2012-2013 school year in one Colorado town.
Novel Relative Rotation & Displacement Measurement Technique
Guest Blogs 1/16/2014 4 comments In a number of engineering and scientific disciplines, the ability to directly correlate the magnitude and direction of a force emanating from an external source has a high intrinsic value. By more precisely identifying the nature of the source that generated or generates these forces, the more we improve our ability to predict how the world around us will behave.
'Everyday Edisons' Drive Medical Innovation
Guest Blogs 1/9/2014 4 comments Edison Nation is a product design and development group with expertise in the consumer, industrial, and medical spaces. In a related TV show, Everyday Edisons, everyday people from around the country submit ideas and prototypes that Edison Nationís experts help bring to life.
Essential Skills for Electrical Engineers
Guest Blogs 1/8/2014 25 comments Electrical engineering students learn magnetism, engineering tools of design and analysis, electricity, and mathematics of design and analysis. And theyíre trained to manufacture and design safe and economical products that can enhance the lives of humans.
Californiaís plan to mandate an electric vehicle market isnít the first such undertaking and certainly wonít be the last. But as the Golden State ratchets up for its next big step toward zero-emission vehicle status in 2018, it might be wise to consider a bit of history.