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Peter Dallimore

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Peter Dallimore

Innovation

9 months ago

Industrial AR Brings Opportunities for Businesses and Workers

Industrial Augmented Reality can enhance workers' performance, accelerate processes from product design to logistics, reduce errors, and cut costs. With rich digital assistance just a tap or swipe away, humans could defend their jobs against machines

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Peter Dallimore

Internet of Things

10 months ago

Choosing a cloud platform for your IoT devices

It’s easier than ever to build smart sensors using modules created for prototyping IoT devices. You can easily connect them to a mobile device and view information from the sensors in various ways. But what if you want to do more with the data?

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Peter Dallimore

Open Source

1 year ago

Open Source – Leading to Bigger Leaps in Innovation

How do companies monetise products based on open-source building blocks, and how does open source itself hark back to the 19th century?

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Peter Dallimore

Electronics Design

1 year ago

SiC MOSFET Gate-Driver Design for Best Efficiency and Reliability

If you’re designing a high-performance power supply or inverter, SiC power transistors offer important advantages over silicon devices, but place more exacting demands on gate-drive circuitry. What are the demands, and how can they be satisfied?

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