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Content posted in July 2009
Adventures in 'green' living
Analog Design  
7/28/2009   3 comments
Modern 'green' living is wedded to technology, with home energy management via smart metering just the start. From automatic garden watering systems to hydroponics, 'smart tags' for recycling to moisture sensing for straw bale buildings, the 'green lifestyle' market is hungry for a technological fix.
Lighting the way
Analog Design  
7/7/2009   Post a comment
Consensus is that there is one part of the semiconductor industry that is positively glowing. LEDs are fast replacing other light sources in applications far and wide, yet nature's handiwork still beats technology hands down.




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This blog series deals with the potential of the utilization of smart electronic ICs in medical care applications; these ICs are produced by companies in the field of semiconductors such as STMicroelectronics which has a broad portfolio of ICs for medical applications
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The industries sector is progressively increasing utilization of IoT technology to make the industrial processes automated in a very intelligent way.
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