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Remember what you have been thinking about robots when you were a little kid? You probably have been as euphoric about them as all little girls and boys are (and some of us grown-ups, too). Maybe you even dreamed about building your own C3PO or R2D2 at some point. By the time we got into universities and started to learn the physical and electrical principles necessary to develop the robot of our dreams we were usually already focused on a job and career plan and didn’t pursue the dream ofRead More

Posted On November 23, 2015By Kai SchmidtIn all, Guest Blogs, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

[Infographic] Startup vs. Corporation

Our friends from StartupCVs took the effort to compare life in startups to the career in a larger corporation. While some points might be exaggerating it is true that there are significant differences. However there are advantages on both sides. The infographic below can not only be used to find out which career path is yours but also to learn how some of the benefits and structures of the small teams in startups could be translated to big businesses. After all faster innovation and adaptable teams could add value to every company, couldn’t they?Read More
STMicroelectronics lately announced the launch of the Cortex-M7 based MCU STM32 F7 in mass production along with its discovery kit. The STM32F7 development platform supports engineers and makers with sophisticated features when developing applications for medical, industrial, consumer and other segments.  The impressive key features of the discovery kit include the STM32F746NGH6 microcontroller featuring 1 Mbytes of Flash memory and 340 Kbytes of RAM, in BGA216 package, an on-board ST-LINK/V2-1 supporting USB re-enumeration capability, a 4.3-inch 480×272 color LCD-TFT with capacitive touch screen and Arduino Uno V3 connectors. The discovery kit is aimed atRead More

Posted On February 23, 2015By Kai SchmidtIn all

Embedded World 2015 – The Final Countdown!

The embedded World 2015 in Nuremberg is expecting almost 30,000 trade visitors, over 1,500 congress participants and around 900 exhibitors from over 35 countries. As a result, the world’s largest trade fair is consolidating its reputation as the meeting place for the Embedded Community. At EBV we are heavily working on our appearance to present you the best and smartest solutions for the IoT, Embedded Processing, Enhanced Embedded Connectivity, Modern Human Machine Interfaces and our unique EBVchips program. Our booth in hall 5/276 is almost ready and we are so excited to welcome all of you tomorrow! Can’t beRead More
The startup Archimej is working on a disruptive technology called “Spectroscopy 2.0”. The small team is based in Paris, France and Shanghai, China and uses optical technology to analyse blood. The chemical analysis of blood is accomplished via absorption spectroscopy, a technology which has not been updated for nearly 40 years. Currently blood testing is done in hospitals and laboratories using big machines and costing a lot of time and money. The biochemical analysis of blood delivers valuable information which is necessary to evaluate the general health condition of aRead More
Let’s check out the best and most promising tech ideas on Indiegogo of the last days. Here are our top 7 picks you might consider to back this week. Nano Drone Learn to fly with the world’s smallest drone, coming with 6-axis stabilisation and a remote control. The Indiegogo campaign launched February 4 and already reached the $15,246 funding goal. Electricmood This foldable electric scooter weighs only 10 kg thanks to new direct drive brushless engine system. Indiegogo goal: $50.000 Coolest Clock This “cool” multi-purpose device beams a variety of information, includingRead More