Posted on 4 January, 2023

One of the biggest challenges in AI commercialization is its computational speed for integrating a set of data structures and implementing the training and inferencing of the particular module. So, the primary aim of AI acceleration is to increase the computational speed and frequency in real applications and reduce the size of the modules and […]

Posted on 17 November, 2022

RMI introduced a new template – Pilot Reporting Template (PRT), to do the due diligence for minerals that are not covered by CMRT and EMRT. The Pilot Reporting Template got launched on November 11, 2022, as PRT v. 1.0. Various companies started to collect the data for metals/minerals that are not included in the CMRT […]

Posted on 16 November, 2022

Human Machine Interface (HMI) systems are the way we interact with various digital devices like mobiles, vehicles, and automation systems. In the past few years, the HMI has advanced or progressed from mechanical to electrical. Human Machine Interface has been vital in bringing technology to the next era. Human Machines Interfaces are everywhere, whether driving […]

Posted on 31 October, 2022

One of the biggest challenges engineers and circuit developers face is how their products will withstand all the stress or pressure once they are in the field. So this causes unnecessary stress and anxiety among the developers and engineers, which can be overcome by testing the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) at the time of development. […]

Posted on 17 October, 2022

Renewable energy has become one of the most significant ways to retain the country’s resources which leads to high demand for critical minerals, which has never been known. One such mineral that is very high in search is cobalt, which is primarily used in rechargeable batteries, airbags, chemical processing, petroleum, and electric vehicles. The Democratic […]

Posted on 7 October, 2022

Do you know that various health regulatory authorities ask chemical manufacturers to maintain Occupational Exposure Limits (OELs)? The OEL indicates the exposure level where the individual can experience the hazardous chemicals in the specified environment. The exposure limit range is determined by the substance’s carcinogenicity, mutagenicity, and acute toxicity. So, to label and classify the […]

Posted on 7 September, 2022

Are You Struggling With Parts Shortage In Your Electronic Product Manufacturing? How Sustenance Engineering Can Handle Supply Chain Challenges Efficiently: Global electronic supply chain is going through one of the most difficult times in history. Parts shortages, long lead times and rising cost of components has made several organizations into tougher situations. Product manufacturing has […]

Posted on 5 September, 2022

Any possible electronic product, be it a washing machine, smartphone, or vending machine, is called the embedded system if it has an embedded controller or a processor inside. It comprises various computational programs, memory, input and output peripherals, communication systems, and related electronic components. Hence, the entire setup is known as embedded systems design and […]

Posted on 27 June, 2022

One of the most common defences under Proposition 65 is what is often called the safe harbour defense. In its simplest form the safe harbour defense says you don’t have to give a warning, if the daily exposure level in the question is lower than a level set by the state.  The state’s safe harbour […]

Posted on 24 May, 2022

Programmable Interface Controllers or PICs are simple but productive electronic devices used to perform multiple processing tasks. These types of circuits are either used as timers or to control the production line of the entire system. If you are into engineering or related manufacturing processes, you might have encountered these terms multiple times. Earlier, it […]