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Québec group to develop automated electric vehicles

FPInnovations, in collaboration with Motrec International Inc., Technoparc Montréal, ABB Inc., and Ericsson Canada Inc., have reached a collaboration agreement to develop and create an electric autonomous shuttle, adapted to Canadian winter conditions.

NRC and uOttawa capture holographic images of quantum wave function of an electron

For the first time ever, physicists from three continents have been able to completely measure and describe the quantum-mechanical wave function of an ionized electron by using attosecond science techniques.

Teleportation, autonomous vehicles to lead future tech in Canada

Teleportation, digital classrooms and autonomous vehicles to lead future tech in Canada: Survey

Keystone rolls out 'Part Builder' system online

Keystone Electronics Corp., Astoria NY, has introduced a user-friendly, interactive 'Part Builder' system to its homepage that enables viewers to quickly and easily identify requirements from a vast selection of standoffs, spacers and handle parts.

Stanford U researchers develop flexible, organic, biodegradable semiconductor

A new semiconductor developed by Stanford researchers is as flexible as skin and easily degradable. It could have diverse medical and environmental applications, without adding to the mounting pile of global electronic waste. » Read More

Triple-output power supplies simulate problems early in design cycle

KEYSIGHT E36300 Series triple-output programmable dc power supplies are equipped with a large color display, intuitive user interface, modern device connections via LAN (LXI, USB and optional GPIB). » Learn More

Industrial LED lighting boosts visibility in control cabinets

WEIDMULLER WIL industrial LED lighting solution improves visibility for maintenance work in a range of applications that include standard industrial control cabinets and field applications. » Learn More

Low-profile antennas adhere to metal surfaces

ANTENOVA REFLECTOR series Zenon (part number SR4W030) family of low-profile antennas operate without de-tuning on metal surfaces – or where the product housing is mainly metal – a situation where it is normally extremely difficult for an antenna to operate. » Learn more

RF analysis software identifies interference sources on the ground

ANRITSU OBSAI RF Analyzer software addresses the emerging test requirements associated with 4G base stations by expanding the measurement capability of its handheld analyzers. » Learn More

Technology Impact Awards

June 22
Location: Vancouver Convention Centre
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July 11-13
Location: Moscone Center
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CSSTC 2017 Conference

August 20-24
Location: University of Waterloo's main campus
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