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Complete Product Portfolio for Battery Management Systems

created by Andreas Mangler |   Rutronik

Rutronik is exclusive distribution partner for EMEA of world market leader for cylindrical lithium-ion batteries Samsung SDI. This gives manufacturers of battery packs all components for a complete battery management system (BMS) from a single source. Lithium-ion batteries are increasingly being used in a wide range of applications. However, a number of regulations and requirements must be strictly obeyed...

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One-Chip Wonder

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If "dumb" devices are going to get smart, developers are going to have to get to grips with trusted gateways, E2E encryption, private and public keys, wireless protocols and profiles, and the RED regulation. Yes, there are IoT single-chip solutions that incorporate all the facets. The overview indicates whether they are really keeping their promises, and what stumbling blocks await along the way.

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OLEDS - Endless Possibilities

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Displays are often a prominent feature in science-fiction and futuristic visions. We have now actually reached that future: OLEDs enable the creation of thin, flexible, transparent displays, and in new shapes too. They offer enormous opportunities to add new features to existing applications, or to create entirely new-style products.

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Effective Heat Management Made Easy

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Something that we need to survive can be fatal for electronic equipment and applications: heat. It is often the key factor in malfunctions and failures of electronic equipment and applications. But there are lots of innovative solutions for smart heat management.

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Automotive Innovative Sensor Technology for Autonomous Driving

created by Tamara Drexler, Product Manager Sensor Systems – Automotive Business Unit; Tobias Maier, Field Application Engineer – Automotive Business Unit |   Rutronik

Autonomous cars are driven by sensor and camera based computers that are intended to make road traffic safer - that's the idea. According to the market research institute Emnid, 41% of Germans believe driverless cars can achieve this goal. Accordingly, the demand for advanced driver assistance systems is increasing sharply in most automotive classes.

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