Tag: design

Aerospace & Defense, Industry Focus Areas

Unmanned aircraft cleared for commercial flights in California

May 15, 2024

Via: Electronics Weekly

The AiRanger aircraft has a 5.7m wingspan, weights 100kg and can fly for 12 hours or 1,200km. Power comes from an 8hp engine. Rules constrain its altitude to 8,000feet (~2,500m) and a ~11,000km2 area while obeying FAA ‘visual flight rules’. […]

Design & Planning, Process

Pulsiv launches reference designs

March 2, 2023

Via: Electronics Weekly

Pulsiv’s OSMIUM MCUs and AC-DC front-end circuit configurations are already available and the reference designs aim to accelerate R&D. The reference designs offer 75W (85W peak) & 100W (150W peak) output power with universal mains input and 48V output. The […]

Design & Planning, Industry Focus Areas, Medical, Process

Product innovation in medtech

December 17, 2022

Via: Today's Medical Developments

In the era of value-based care, providers across the care spectrum are being measured (and compensated) on patient health outcomes. While nobody is arguing with the premise of that focus, many providers are struggling to adapt to the new measurement […]

Design & Planning, Process

Avoid “Over-Engineering” In Machining Parts Design

September 19, 2022

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

Over engineering actually refers to and is associated with inefficient products, services, infrastructure, buildings, facilities and machines, whose development, maintenance and operation costs are too high. We can name the above items as over writing, over drawing, or over engineering, […]

Design & Planning, Process

Using CAD Assets to Design and Optimize Factories

January 3, 2022

Via: Design News

Digital transformation is being used to help with a wide range of industrial needs. Take factory design and optimization. Tools such as CAD can be used to create things as large and physical as factory floors. You can use CAD […]

Design & Planning, Process

6K Additive Launches Refractory Metal Powders for Additive Manufacturing

September 8, 2021

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

North Andover, MA. September 8, 2021 – 6K Additive, a division of 6K, the leader in the production of sustainable advanced materials for additive manufacturing and energy storage, has announced the commercial availability of refractory metal powders for additive manufacturing. […]

Process, R & D

Digital Transformation Roadmap for Manufacturing Industry

August 11, 2021

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

If several years ago only the bravest and most ambitious enterprises embarked on the digital transformation journey, today the industry landscape has changed. Now the digitalization of manufacturing and supply chain processes has become imperative. This holds especially true in […]

Design & Planning, Process, Production

Toshiba shrinks solid-state lidar for transport infrastructure

June 11, 2021

Via: Electronics Weekly

A key improvement is within the silicon photo-multiplier (SiPM) light receiving integrated circuits which have light-receiving cells controlled by transistors. The new chips have smaller transistor modules, replace buffer layers protecting the transistors with newly-developed insulating trenches between the transistors […]

Design & Planning, Process

9 Tips for Designing your CNC Parts for Manufacturing

February 22, 2021

Via: Manufacturing Tomorrow

CNC parts are widely used in different industries because of their versatility, and that is why the market for these services is continuously growing more and more. We see these everywhere, from small scale parts for DIY projects, components for […]

Design & Planning, Industry Focus Areas, Motorized Vehicle, Process

Jaguar Land Rover loses court battle over Defender trademark

August 4, 2020

Via: Automotive News

Jaguar Land Rover lost a UK court bid to get the trademark rights for the shape of its iconic Defender SUV, freeing billionaire Jim Ratcliffe’s Ineos Group to go ahead with the Grenadier off-road vehicle. A London court on Monday […]

Process, R & D

Anritsu and DSpace collaborate on virtual test drives to showcase 5G

January 15, 2020

Via: Electronics Weekly

The Anritsu booth at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2020 will showcase virtual test drives, testing vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) applications for traffic optimization and sensor sharing. The test drives will simulate the vehicle and environment with smart infrastructure as well as […]

Design & Planning, Process

Just ‘doing digital’ is not enough: manufacturers must be experience-centred

June 12, 2017

Via: Manufacturing Global

Whether you produce consumer durables or industrial goods, the future of manufacturing is not just about using new technologies to design and make physical products that leave the factory door. This time-honoured method of mass-producing and selling of things at […]

Design & Planning, Process

Reinventing the steering wheel

June 13, 2016

Via: Automotive News

Though taken for granted today, the steering wheel was a transformative technology at the dawn of the age of the automobile. As we enter the autonomous-vehicle age, some wonder whether the steering wheel might suffer the same fate as the […]

Design & Planning, Process

Lincoln aims for anti-Cadillac style with Navigator concept

March 23, 2016

Via: Automotive News

After overhauling the core of its lineup, Lincoln is remaking its biggest vehicle, the Navigator, into a more understated, serene alternative to the high-flying Cadillac Escalade. Lincoln today unveiled a yacht-inspired Navigator concept that executives described as a “very strong” […]