With its multiple advantages, minimally invasive surgeries are now broadly accepted by surgeons worldwide. Compared to conventional open surgeries, minimally invasive surgeries caused less damage to the patients’ body and has the advantage of smaller scarring, quicker recovery, lesser pain and increased accuracy.
Growing with the bandwidth demand of data center networks, QSFP modules have evolved from 200G (QSFP56) to 400G (QSFP112). QSFP112 is the next generation cage/connector system targeted to support 112Gb/s per lane and the stepping stone to 800G applications. While QSFP112 is totally backward compatible with QSFP56 and QSFP28 systems, it is the most cost-efficient way to upgrade bandwidth without rebuilding current network architecture.
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), also known as the Industrial Internet or Industry 4.0, is an extension of IoT in industrial sectors and applications. By adopting machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, big data and machine learning, the IIoT is a game changer to manufacturing process, enabling businesses to have better efficiency and transforms how operations are carried out.
Just as micromobility was accelerating 3 years ago, COVID-19 came along and dealt a blow to this young industry, the same as how it has affected all the other businesses on a global scale. Before the pandemic, micromobility vehicles - ranging from lightweight vehicles such as bicycles, e-scooters and mopeds, to mini-cars and autonomous robot shuttle vans, are growing together with technologies including vehicle electrification, IoT and LiDAR to create a transportation network that brings comfort and convenience to urban commuters.
Micromobility is no longer a future trend, it is happening right now. While resolving traffic congestion and providing possibility to low-cost personal transportation with shared services, some of the biggest benefits of micromobility lies in its positive impacts on environment.
Before achieving the ultimate goal of Level 5 autonomous cars, LiDARs are already assisting ADAS systems of public transportation, heavy commercial trucks, Robotaxis, and many other vehicles. Aside from applications in automobiles, LiDARs are also massively applied in mobile robots indoor and outdoor, and even in traffic control systems. In this article, we will focus on 3 breakthroughs that has brought LiDAR closer to our daily lives.
As the global pandemic focuses attention on infection prevention more than ever, rising concerns regarding potential risks of contamination in hospital is driving preference for single-use medical equipment, endoscopes are no exception. Although reusable endoscopes are always sterilized after use, cross-contamination is still possible if the device isn’t cleaned adequately. Aside from hygienic perspective, another challenge of reusable endoscopes is the difficulty in identifying internal damage.
Over the past decades, InfiniBand and Ethernet continued to compete delivering the best features to end users. As the most widely used network protocol in the market, Ethernet has several advantages, including its compatibility with most devices and its cost advantage.
Robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence have been assisting the work of human more than ever, and we all know their influence will not stop to increase in the future. Nextron’s robotic connectors have been adopted by the world’s leading brands in their transformation of smart automation. No matter in industrial, medical, outdoor or domestic settings, Nextron got the perfect solution.
Following the success of 110GHz SMA coaxial connector, Nextron is now launching the popular 2.92mm variant of the series. The 2.92mm type was developed for compatibility up to 40 GHz while exhibiting low RF leakage. Stainless steel outer shell makes the product robust and durable.