In This Issue:
In much the same way as dogs with their keen sense of smell can be trained to detect odors, electronic devices can be built to perform this same task. “Electronic sensing” technology has applications in quality control, health care, crime and safety, and environmental monitoring.
Driving change can be difficult, but often “intrapreneurs” see a need and then gather limited resources to transform that vision into a new reality. These individuals need a fast, efficient way to jumpstart their idea and to start receiving feedback.
Ultracapacitors, also referred to as supercapacitors or double-layer capacitors, are electrochemical capacitors that have an unusually high energy density when compared to common capacitors. Ultracapacitors are well suited to replace batteries in many applications.
Want to Learn More?
Walt Maclay enjoys talking about the practical issues and trends that firms are facing in electronic system design. Walt is happy to speak at local Bay Area events including San Jose, San Francisco, and Palo Alto.
Walt’s favorite topics for Lunch Events include:
- How to evaluate sensor accuracy and precision
- Trends in Wearable devices
- Ultra low power design
- Managing design risk
- Component selection
- Hardware/Software Where to draw the line
- Value of Expertise
Invite Walt to a lunch and learn.
Hardware Happy Hour – Aug 23
Silicon Valley Hardware Symposium Sept 20
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Voler Systems offers expert engineering services for new product design, medical device design, instrumentation design, and data acquisition systems.