As forecasted by IDC, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for wearable devices is foreseen at 20.3%, totaling to almost 213.6 million units to be shipped by 2020.
Vishay, a global manufacturer of superior semiconductor components, owns a wide spectrum of proximity, reflective, transmissive, slotted interrupters, optical, and ambient light sensors that are built to put the "smart" into smart devices...
Virtual and Augmented Reality, commonly referred to as AR & VR, are increasingly maturing into major trends that are proving to be notably useful and productive tools beyond the video gaming industry. The AR and VR technology are currently...
The dramatic proliferation of devices with enablers for web connectivity is transforming today’s world into a network of smart devices that are more intelligent, responsive, and interactive than they have ever been. These new age smart devices...
As we move from the present world of smartphones and mobile devices to smarter and hyper-connected future, it’s becoming increasingly important to think beyond mobile — in terms of building applications — to deliver rich, adaptive...
Micron Technology, Inc. announced its newest portfolio of embedded SLC NAND Flash optimized for the next generation of Internet of Things (IoT) and automotive applications. Available in varying interfaces, Micron’s second generation Serial (SPI)...
Vishay Introduces Proximity and Ambient Light Sensor with Long-Distance Proximity Detection to 1 Meter
The Optoelectronics group of Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. recently introduced VCNL4100, a high-sensitivity proximity and ambient light sensor with long-distance proximity detection up to 1 m.
Every new technology that secures a position in the marketplace sets off disruptive industry changes through its inherent features, agility, and adaptability. Industry 4.0, or the Fourth Industrial Revolution, is one such trending topic of recent times...
Industry 4.0 marks the beginning of a new era, being termed as the fourth industrial revolution. Integrating cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things (IoT), and cloud computing, it signifies the latest trend in new age automation and data...
The IoT iterative design process is a repetitious idea through which a prototype is developed, tested, amended and redeveloped until it reaches the best possible standards to meet the market demands.