• Rise of the advanced wireless factory
    March 22, 2019
    Key ideas and investments in wireless center on manufacturing, but some companies struggle to find workers trained to use these innovations
  • raised on the radio
    November 01, 2018
    The disruptive technology boom all started because of an innovation from 1895.
  • manufacturing Panasonic batteries
    October 16, 2018
    Panasonic has expanded its Battery manufacturing capabilities in the United States.  The CR-2/3AZ Lithium Primary Battery currently being manufactured in Indonesia will also be produced in Columbus, GA by the end of 2018. “This move will benefit customers in a variety of ways including lower transportation costs and more timely customer support” says Kanji Kawakami, Chief Engineer for OEM and Industrial Batteries with Panasonic.
  • the meteoric rise of bluetooth mesh networks
    September 12, 2018
    Learn about Bluetooth® Mesh 1.0. This network is a major step towards a more accessible and wide-ranging wireless future.
  • flash memory for factory automation
    September 07, 2018
    Panasonic offers a wide array of storage solutions for your factory automation designs.
  • Top 10 things to consider before replacing MLCCs
    August 24, 2018
    Don't Let MLCC Shortages Let You Go Line Down!
  • Panasonic's PAN9320 found on Future Electronic's Avalanche reference design
    July 02, 2018
    This New FPGA Development Kit Offers an "Avalanche" of Design Possibilities! Future Electronics has taken an extremely proactive approach to the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) space by bringing together products from their best product lines, including Panasonic, to develop the Avalanche FPGA Development Kit.
  • Wireless Industry Standards
    February 23, 2018
    Standards are created to govern a specific discipline. To create a set of rules an industry can follow, to create products that are considered safe, provide predictable functionality and, for the most part, are interoperable with other devices. In Wireless systems, there are two major categories of standards. Those that govern the lower level, or the Radio, and the standards that govern the Link Layer and functionality.