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How Nanotechnology is Impacting the IoT

Nanotechnology will pave the way for the Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) and disrupt the IoT.

Green Smart Homes

Making Smart Homes Green with IoT Technology

Energy efficiency and technology go hand-in-hand. For homes, the Internet of Things brings these two fields together in eco-friendly ways creating green smart homes that save homeowners money and help the environment. With the high demand for green smart homes, IoT technology can be the defining selling point. Below we list the top ways that

Soldering Applications

Do You Know All of the Applications for Soldering?

Soldering is the joining of two metal surfaces mechanically and electrically, with the use of a metal alloy called solder. It secures the connection, so it won’t break loose from vibration or other mechanical forces and provides electrical continuity in some cases. Soldering is used in many different applications from jewelry making to large metalworking

5 Industries Evolving Due to Automation

As automation continues to rise, future jobs will require different skills and, in some cases, higher educational requirements. By 2030, between 75 million and 375 million people may need to gain new skills as part of their search for alternative employment, McKinsey Global Institute reports. Around half of all jobs in America are at high

3D Electronics as an Alternative to Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs)

It began with wire-wraps and point-to-point construction and moved to printed circuit boards (PCBs), but now there’s 3D electronics that can do the work of PCBs and beyond. Offering complete circuits to be integrated within an object, 3D electronics are on the rise as they continue to undergo extensive innovation, metallization methods, and manufacturing methodologies.

Consumer Electronics for Telecommunications

Surge in Consumer Electronics Caused by Rising Demand for Telecommunications Equipment

As stay-at-home orders continue, remote work has become the new norm, causing the consumer electronics industry to surge with the demand for telecommunications equipment.

U.S. Manufacturing

Moving Manufacturing Back to the U.S.

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us a lot in only a few months. From healthcare, to the education system, to the global economy, and how all these things work together – the coronavirus pandemic has exposed new challenges in every facet of our society. One issue that has been glaring since the start of the

Manufacturing vs. COVID-19: How to Create a Pandemic-Resistant Supply Chain

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a massive disruption for manufacturers in every industry. The fragility of global supply chains became apparent when consumers’ panic-buying behavior disrupted the stock of toilet paper, sanitizers, masks, and cleaning supplies within the first few weeks of the outbreak. Now the question many companies are asking is: what steps

New Advances in Smart Home Technology that Manufacturers Should Know About

In recent years we have seen the gradual rise of the smart-home through voice-activated devices and internet-connected appliances. As a result, the smart home technology market is projected to increase to $174 billion by the year 2025. It’s quickly becoming the domestic face of the Internet of Things (IoT) with the help of artificial intelligence

What Electronics Manufacturers Need to Know About Stretchable Electronics

Stretchable electronics have come a long way recently, and studies suggest this flexible tech could become a goldmine in the near future.