Jun 23, 2016
MEMSIC sensors provides manufacturers of motorcycle, automobile, off road vehicles, cranes, drones, cameras, consumer gear, etc., a cost effective tilt switch and accelerometer technology designed for high-vibration environments.
Jun 14, 2016
These custom designed strain gages can be used in a wide variety of consumer applications (keyboards, musical instruments, audio mixers, etc.) as well as in medical, automotive, military, avionics and industrial environments.
Jun 01, 2016
MEMSIC will be demonstrating two new sensor products- a new thermal accelerometer with the industry's best vibration immunity as well as a new low cost, high performance MEMS based differential pressure sensor.
May 25, 2016
The new Icon Labs Floodgate Defender Mark III device is plugged in between the Internet or WAN and the device. It provides protection from cyber-attacks for legacy industrial, medical, military, and critical infrastructure equipment.
May 11, 2016
MEMSIC Inc., headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, provides advanced semiconductor sensors and multi-sensor system solutions based on micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) technology and sophisticated integration technologies in both the IC level
May 10, 2016
Icon Labs is the leader in providing cybersecurity - an increasing requirement for embedded systems, particularly in the safety-critical and high-integrity manufacturing sector.
Apr 28, 2016
Developing IoT and Smart Home Systems; worried about cyber attacks and hacking? Here is an easy to use, short Guide to Security Requirements for Various Classes of IoT Devices and Systems
Apr 26, 2016
This whitepaper provides an in-depth analysis of Capacitive and Thermal Accelerometers as well as the differences between these two leading accelerometer technologies; as well as their benefits and advantages.
Apr 06, 2016
new MEMSIC whitepaper. The whitepaper's infographic pinpoints the locations of the various sensors typically found in a drone and the whitepaper explains what they do.
Apr 06, 2016
What is the history of membrane keyboards, how does the technology work, and what should device and system developers be looking for when deciding which membrane keyboard technology they should use for their projects?