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May 2018

Who’s the Lidar IP Leader?

EE Times

The automotive industry is heavily invested in lidar (light detection and ranging) technology for autonomous vehicles, with the technology seen as both critical and lucrative. Revenue forecasts estimate revenue generation of $1.6 billion by 2022 and $31.5 billion by 2032.  

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NASA TESS Peering into the Abyss of Deep Space for Life: Are We Alone?

Planet Analog

NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite launched on April 18 with the purpose of searching for life-sustaining exoplanets outside of our solar system. TESS’s camera technology is extraordinary, with the ability to capture and transmit data from the onboard computer to scientists here on Earth.

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Want to Build Your Very Own Voice-Activated Assistant? 

EE Web

A few months ago AIY Projects came out with the Google AIY Voice Kit, a kit that allows you to build your own voice-activated assistant from scratch. Voice activation can work in a variety of projects, from robotics to music and lights and more.

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5 Breakthroughs in Technology You Should Know About in 2018

Electronic Products

It’s been a rollercoaster ride of technological breakthroughs in 2018 with scientists, researchers, and engineers developing 3D printed metals, cloud-based AI, perfecting online privacy, translator ear buds, and furthering AI as a whole. These advances are paving the way for innovations of the future. 

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A Fresh Look at Embedding a Web Server


Using GET/POST and AJAX to embed your server may not be the best option anymore. This article highlights new ways to enhance your web-based device management applications that will impress your customers and give you an edge on embedded server efficiency. 

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Classic HP 35 Calculator Comes Back to Life        


After adding the classic HP 35 calculator to his repertoire, Michael Dunn decided to replace and rebuild its battery pack using a LiPo battery and a customized holder made out of wood. While the technology from the original calculator dated back to the 70’s, Mr. Dunn brought it back to life.

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Tesla’s Supply Chain Miracle Dissected       

EBN Online

In the first quarter of 2018, Tesla made 34,494 cars – a number just shy of their 35,000-car goal. The Wall Street Journal stated that CEO Elon Musk and his company faced “severe consequences” if they didn’t meet the goal – however, Tesla clocked in at just six vehicles shy mainly due to their stellar supply chain. 

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Top 5 Tech Breakthroughs to Know About       

Technology Review

Curious to know what’s on the cutting edge of tech in 2018? From cloud based AI to translator earbuds, we’ve compiled a top five list based on MIT’s top technological breakthroughs for 2018.  

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Who’s the Lidar IP Leader?     

EE Times

A recent forecast shows that lidar revenue will reach $31.5 billion by 2032, but the technologies are still in flux. So who will the lidar leader be? Read more about the lidar-related patents filed and see.  

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