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Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 1/14/2017   Comment now  
Robots can help humans perform actions that contribute to increasing their overall quality of life. There are many possible applications of this concept, one of these is the robotic hand realized by the School of Advanced Studies Sant'Anna in Pisa, Italy for a project, called Myki, funded by the European Research Council (ERC).
Busy Blogger
Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 1/14/2017   Comment now   1 Comment
In the previous part of this blog series, i-Robot: A new approach to robotics to make our life easier and safer, Part 6, I described robots that can assist people that are not self-sufficient.
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 1/14/2017   Comment now  
This series of articles presents a build-it-yourself tutorial on two-port analyzers (TPAs), historically called curve tracers. A detailed design of a single-board TPA is presented that can be built for about $100 US - or be a "springboard" to your own TPA design.
Scott Deuty
Scott Deuty, Power Electronics Expert, 1/13/2017   Comment now  
For the most part, my blogs are meant to encourage and inspire. However, there are some key takeaways from past mistakes by others that might just save my readers a lot of time and anguish. The subject of abandoning an idea is one of those takeaways.
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 1/8/2017   Comment now   2 comments
When I first heard of this announcement, I thought, "OK, another pressure sensor", but as I learned more from Bosch about their new sensor, the BMP380, being the smallest (2mm x 2mm x o.75mm), most accurate and low power consumption device, it occurred to me that this timely CES announcement at the start of 2017 was a strong indication of the beginning ...
Most recent post, eliott74, 1/9/2017 2:26:41 PM
We have heard so much that now at its release, the breath has fallen
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 1/8/2017   Comment now   4 comments
A clever electronics design was exhibited at CES in Las Vegas this year: The noPhoto Speed and Red Light Camera Jammer.
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