According to the predictions of a professional institution, the total sales of electric vehicles in 2025 will exceed 14 million units. By the year 2040, the global sales of electric vehicles will exceed traditional combustion vehicles. At that time, the world will need around 290 million charging stations. Therefore, without a doubt, new generation energy vehicles and energy storage technology will undergo massive developments in the future. Furthermore, the new applications and developments of new energy vehicles and energy storage equipment will create new business opportunities for various industries, with connectors and wire harness industries being some of the industries to benefit from.
According to research by the United Nations, 68% of the world's population will live in cities by 2050. This trend has prompsted many governments to actively invest in the construction of smart cities that can meet the needs of the public for safety, comfort, and convenience. Thanks to rapid economic growth in recent years, such investment is especially substantial in the burgeoning countries of ASEAN and the South Asian regions, which are recognized as the most vibrant regions for smart city development.
G.SKILL International Enterprise, the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, has announced the newest extreme performance DDR5 memory, the Trident Z5 RGB and Trident Z5 series, tailor-made for the upcoming next-gen Intel platform. Designed for flagship performance and engineered with high-quality, hand-screened memory ICs, the Trident Z5 family DDR5 memory kits will launch at speeds up to DDR5-6400. At the peak of the memory specification stack stands the ultra-low-latency DDR5-6400 CL36-36-36-76 16GBx2 memory kit, constructed with high-performance Samsung DDR5 memory ICs.
To the people of Taiwan, temples are not just a haven for souls and a place for social activities; they are also where art and culture are passed down to future generations. From the overall architectural design of the temples to the stone sculptures, wooden sculptures, and colorful paintings within and outside of the temples, everything is a testament to the skillful craftsmanship and creativity of Taiwan's ancestors. Among them, Lugang Mazu Temple is one of Taiwan's most representative Mazu temples due to the bustling trading activities in the early days of Lugang, the exchange and integration of cultures, as well as its elaborative architectural features. Every beam and pillar is proof of the rich cultural aspects of Lugang. Therefore, when the Ministry of Culture launched the e-Taiwan Project years ago, Lugang Mazu Temple was listed as an important historical site that required digitalization. Thanks to the Getac rugged K120 tablet and 3D laser scanners, the entire view of the historical monument has now been preserved in exceptional detail.
ADLINK Technology Inc, a global leader in edge computing, introduces two new modules in the 6-CH EU Series digital I/O – the ECAT-4XMO motion control and trigger module, and the ECAT-TRG4 trigger modules. The new modules are a dynamic extension to ADLINK's EtherCAT System and are designed to perfectly complement the EU Series, enabling higher performance in automatic assembly, test, and inspection equipment across a multitude of applications including cell phone glass inspection, battery cell assembly, camera lens assembly and test and glue dispensing machinery, as well as inspection equipment.
The back-end semiconductor manufacturing process refers to the IC packaging and testing that people often hear about. Specifically, the process known as chip probing (CP) is conducted to test the electrical characteristics of each die on the wafer, so that dies with faulty electrical performance can be vetted before packaging, effectively reducing unnecessary manufacturing costs from faulty products.
Consumer demand for higher audiovisual quality is driving the evolution of technologies behind LCD displays. Specifically, mini-LEDs, with their superior contrast and color gradation performance, have emerged in the field of display backlights. With a strong R&D foundation in the field of mini-LED technology, Macroblock recently launched a series of mini-LED backlight driver ICs that correspond to various LCD display sizes. According to Chris Chen, Macroblock backlight product manager, the company can help clients create the most suitable products tailored to the needs of different groups in the market.
Sintrones' in-vehicle computers offer a complete solution for in-vehicle applications, including driver behavior monitoring and self-driving capability. They have high flexibility, support a wide range of peripherals and connectors, and can be adapted to various vehicle management systems. Common use cases include: fleet management with GPS requirements, vehicle maintenance systems, and computing for autonomous vehicles.