Smart Sleep: Using Smart Technology to Monitor and Improve Sleep

Sleep monitor and sleep tracking are rapidly converging with the trading of making smart products. Manufacturers are increasingly investing in new…

Ultrasonic Sensors: Applications in the Internet of Things

Ultrasonic sensors are designed for non-contact detection of solid and liquid objects. These sensors are used for a wide variety of functions from…

Infrared Sensors and IoT

 In the Internet of Things, infrared sensors are commonly used to create smart products which make use of sensors such as proximity sensors, motor…

The Piezoelectric Effect: the driving force behind common sensors and devices

Piezoelectricity is applied to a wide array of smart sensors and devices, and has become a driving force behind many sensors and devices used in the…

Using Modules for PCB Development: Pros and Cons

Hardware development is a high-risk process as development cycles can be long, production costs are high, and a printed circuit board (PCB) can be…

The Technology Behind Accelerometers

Many applications, such as smartphones, fitness equipment and cameras rely on accelerometers to determine movement and orientation. Accelerometers…

Lighting Up Smart Products With LEDs

From smartphones, to smart lighting, to smart toys, numerous products employ light emitting diode (LED) components to enhance the end-user…

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The Guide to IoT Components

Companies today are connecting to the Internet of Things at a tremendously fast rate, converting their product offerings to smart products that offer…

Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and IoT Product Design

Electromagnetic interference, or EMI  is a phenomenon that causes interference in the radio frequency spectrum by an external source. The disturbance…

Wireless Communication Regulations

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, embedded with electronics, that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.…