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Date / Time: Monday, November 05, 2012, 2:30 p.m. New York
Medical devices continue to shrink, whether they are devices that are attached to or implanted within a person, or a device that’s used by a physician. That shrinkage comes with various tradeoffs, including power, flexibility, etc., as well as cost. David Niewolny, Healthcare Business Development Manager at Freescale Semiconductor
, joins Design News' Richard Nass to look at the current state of the art in miniaturization, as well as the various tradeoffs a designer may have to endure.
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A Finland-based company has introduced what it claims is the first smart door lock that can be powered from energy harvested from a mobile device.
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A UK-based consortium comprised of the Centre for Process Innovation, Merck, and Polysolar are working on a design for integrated photovoltaic windows.
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A researcher from The Ohio State University has designed objects that harness vibrations from the movement of swaying buildings or bridges to provide alternative energy.
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