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The rise of edge computing
18 April 2018, TRX Electronics, Computer/Embedded Technology

Edge computing in relation to IoT is opening up new opportunities for embedded designers.

R&D tax incentive applications streamlined
21 March 2018, News

The South African government has reduced the red tape required for companies to apply for a research and development (R&D) incentive, by reducing the turnaround time to 90 days.

Local manufacturers look forward to a brighter future
21 March 2018, Omnigo, SMTech, Grand Tellumat Manufacturing, News, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services

Dataweek interviewed three South African electronics contract manufacturers to find out what they’ve been up to lately, and what their outlook is.

Lessons learned from an ECM and the customer that sued them
21 March 2018, MyKay Tronics, Manufacturing / Production Technology, Hardware & Services

The plaintiff created a new technology that consisted of a sensor and a receiver, but lacked the ability to produce it. Enter the contract manufacturer, soon to be the defendant.

Industry urged to submit waste management plans
21 February 2018, News

Bubele Nyiba, CEO of the ROSE Foundation, believes that although formalised plans will benefit the environment, a pivotal question is who will ultimately bear the cost for their implementation.

Power designers are being challenged by spec changes
21 February 2018, Supreme Electro Magnetics, Power Electronics / Power Management

A survey conducted by Vicor has revealed that mitigating the impact of inevitable changes to power system requirements is essential to ensure projects are on time and within budget.

Series and parallel battery configurations
21 February 2018, Uniross Batteries, Power Electronics / Power Management

Batteries achieve the desired operating voltage by connecting several cells in series; each cell adds its voltage potential to arrive at the total terminal voltage. Parallel connection attains higher ...

Don’t be fooled by substandard, cheap antennas
31 January 2018, Poynting Antennas, News, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless

Poynting has issued a public service announcement warning that it is seeing a large number of sub-standard antennas being sold to the public.

LTE is key to the future of M2M communication
31 January 2018, RF Design, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless

While LTE is mostly used in phones today, soon it may be the primary technology millions of cars use to connect to the cloud – and each other.

What are my IoT data transport options?
15 November 2017, Otto Wireless, Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless

There are three main factors to consider when deploying a wireless IoT sensor or controller: power, range (network coverage) and speed.

Addressing safety concerns with Li-ion batteries
15 November 2017, Uniross Batteries, Power Electronics / Power Management

Lithium-ion is safe but with millions of consumers using batteries, failures are bound to happen.

Production cycle of a sealed lead-acid battery
15 November 2017, Forbatt SA, Power Electronics / Power Management

It’s easy when commissioning or simply plugging a battery into the device it is destined for, to overlook all the steps that went into its production. Often the minerals that are used in making a battery ...

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