5G requires a new approach to wireless testing

5G has the potential to significantly transform our lives, says Charles Schroeder, Business and Technology fellow, National Instruments. From better business communications, to smarter homes and factories, to advances in autonomous vehicles.

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Engineers must rethink tests to commercialise 5G products, NI Trend Watch 2019 shows

National Instruments (NI), provider of a software-defined platform that aims to accelerate the development and performance of automated test and automated measurement systems, released its NI Trend Watch 2019

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How to ensure the safety of cutting-edge ADAS technology

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) increase car safety by helping with monitoring, warning, braking and steering tasks. These systems are set to grow over the next decade, driven in part by advancements in sensing and laser technologies, and by regulatory change.

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Konrad Technologies opens new UK subsidiary offices

Konrad-Technologies, a global provider of customer focused test solutions and sensor testing of Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS), has opened its United Kingdom (UK) subsidiary.

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Technology, solution, and services partners experience growth and opportunity as part of PTC’s partner program

PTC, announced that its partner program continues to show momentum, with more than half of partners experiencing double-digit growth in the last year. Over the past three years, the number of PTC partners has grown by 45%, today totalling approximately 1,150 companies worldwide.

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HPE Aruba reveals software-powered, multi-vendor IoT strategy for enterprises ‘across all verticals’

In light of the news that Hewlett Packard Enterprise is now launching solutions designed to remove barriers for mass Internet of Things (IoT) adoption, Jeremy Cowan talked exclusively to Chris Kozup, vice president of Marketing, to understand Aruba’s strategy.

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Vested interests threaten the Internet of Things’ future

The Industrial Internet of Things has the potential to change our lives but its future survival is being threatened by a race for prominence amongst those countries and organisations that have a stake in its development.

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