Today, people are increasingly looking to the prospect of flying cars as a means of solving social problems such as traffic congestion in urban areas and transporting people and goods to mountainous areas or remote islands. While major automobile and aircraft manufacturers around the world are entering the market one after another, one university-derived start-up company is trying to challenge this increasingly competitive market.
The Smart Cabinet Building initiative launched by the partners Weidmüller, Komax, Zuken, and Armbruster Engineering has been awarded the INNOVATION AWARD 2021.
This year’s Zuken Innovation World Americas (ZIW) will be a bit different from past events – which is probably an understatement when you see what we have in store for participants.
For me nothing bridges the gap between the present and the future more than electric flight. I’ve spent my whole career in the electronics industry and this sector captures my imagination more than any other. These are particularly exciting times for the aerospace industry because, not only is interest in electric flight on fast charge but, with developments in AI, there’s also talk of pilotless flight. Here are some sector updates that have caught my attention in the past few months…
Man-carried military communication systems often consume large amounts of power. The heat must be removed from the electronics package to avoid frying sensitive electronic components. The package typically is designed to be carried in a backpack which often puts difficult constraints on the form factor and weight of the system