Tdk Ferrites: Epcos Ferrite Disk Selected By Linear Technology For Wireless Power Receiver Reference Design

TDK Ferrites: EPCOS ferrite disk selected by Linear Technology for wireless power receiver reference designTDK Corporation presents a new EPCOS ferrite disk that has been selected by Linear Technology Corporation for a wireless power receiver reference design with its LTC4120-based receiver. The power receiver is rated for 400 mA and simplifies wireless battery charging across a 12 mm air gap. The ferrite disk (B67410A0223X195), which is based on the high-performance EPCOS N95 ferrite material, features low losses over a wide temperature range and is extremely thin with a thickness of just 0.6 mm.

Epson Sensing System Selected For Use In Building Health Monitoring System

Epson Sensing System Selected for Use in Building Health Monitoring SystemSeiko Epson Corporation (TSE: 6724, "Epson") today announced that its sensing system is among those selected for use in a building health monitoring system that will be tested as part of a project (the Special Project for Reducing Vulnerability in Urban Mega-Earthquake Disasters) sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.

Infiniti Q50 Direct Adaptive Steering Selected As A Popular Science 2013 Best Of What's New Grand Award Winner

Infiniti Q50 Direct Adaptive Steering Selected as a Popular Science 2013 Best of What's New Grand Award WinnerThe editors of Popular Science have selected the all-new 2014 Infiniti Q50 luxury sports sedan’s Infiniti Direct Adaptive Steering™ as one of 12 Grand Award recipients in the annual “Best of What’s New” issue. Direct Adaptive Steering™ is the world’s first production steer-by-wire system – providing new levels of control, precision and adaptability. The system uses advanced electronics to streamline the steering mechanism for a more precise feeling behind the wheel.

Nec Argentina Selected To Provide Urban Surveillance Solution For The Province Of Santa Fe

NEC Argentina selected to provide urban surveillance solution for the province of Santa FeNEC Argentina (NEC), a wholly owned subsidiary of NEC Corporation, has been selected by the government of Santa Fe Province to provide, install and operate an urban surveillance system for the cities and metropolitan areas of Santa Fe and Rosario. The contract is worth more than 10 million US dollars, including command and control centers, 600 cameras and a multi service data network.