Seco, one of the leading global providers of metal-cutting solutions, yesterday launched a drastically updated visual identity as well as a long-term brand strategy. The company is describing this as the first in a sequence of major steps, as the business positions itself as a leading global name for industry innovation, efficiency, and sustainability.
These so-called spatial light modulators are micromirror arrays with up to several million mirrors on a semiconductor chip. They have applications in semiconductor manufacturing, microscopy and holography, and have brought the Institute to the forefront of international research in this field.
Power semiconductors based on silicon carbide (SiC) offer several advantages, like high efficiency, power density, voltage resistance, and reliability. This creates opportunities for new applications and improved charging station technology innovations.
TE and AVIVA have developed a connectivity solution that supports data rates up to 16 Gbps per lane over 10 meters of STP cable and 15 meters of coaxial cable, enabling real-time transmission of high bandwidth video and data for autonomous technology.
Diodes Incorporated (Diodes) introduced a new portfolio of high-sensitivity Hall-effect sensors. Devices in the robust AH39xxQ series provide accurate speed and directional data or two independent outputs.
NSK’s new ultra-smooth motion technology, developed for the company’s popular general-purpose NH/NS series linear guides, is the world’s first design of its type. Thanks to the use of elastic rolling elements, the patented technology achieves a highly consistent dynamic friction profile that is ideal for high-precision inspection and measurement equipment.