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HBK World News

A Custom-made Sensor in 3 Phases

Once an Imagineer has identified an opportunity for a ‘smart’ product, the OEM typically wants the development of custom sensors to proceed very rapidly. OEMs from almost every market choose HBK because it’s not just about the sensor. You need a partner with a deep understanding of your application, and HBK experts can actively contribute and advise on fundamental sensor system design.

Materialise News

Materialise Introduces Magics 26 with New CAD and Mesh Capabilities for 3D Printing

At the RAPID+TCT Conference, Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing solutions, introduces Magics 26, the latest version of its industry-leading data and build preparation software. Magics 26 combines support for native CAD workflows with its existing mesh capabilities. This provides users with the best of both worlds, enabling them to boost productivity while maintaining quality by choosing the optimal workflow for each 3D printing project.

Promo-Bot News

Robo-C Project Creates the First-Ever Robot Dialogue System

Robo-C Project developed a new dialogue system for its human-like service robot. Before that, robots utilized a question-answer system called the language base. With a dialogue system, Robo-C recognizes questions, clusters them according to the topic, and generates responses with neural networks.

Binder News

Reliable power supply of automation devices

From sensor technology through bus applications to lighting installations: thanks to their robust design, 7/8'' connectors with UL approval from binder facilitate the power supply of components and devices in automation technology. A mating face unified across all manufacturers promises flexibility in application and provides security in procurement.

innodisk

Innodisk Announces Launch of Edge AI SSDs

Innodisk, a global leader in industrial-grade storage and embedded peripherals, is pushing the development of edge AI technology.

Rohde & Schwarz

Rohde & Schwarz participates in 6G-ANNA, a lighthouse project to advance 6G in Germany

The three-year 6G-ANNA lighthouse project was initiated by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, BMBF) and is led by Nokia. With the combined effort of the 29 participating companies and research institutions, the consortium aims to advance the development, standardization and implementation of the upcoming new generation of mobile communications. Rohde & Schwarz is contributing to the project by leveraging its already comprehensive research into 6G and related technologies.

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