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  • Solid State Switching Relays white paper
    September 12, 2017
    Access Panasonic’s latest white paper, The Technology Revolution in Solid State Switching Relays. This paper covers the following topics: Defines Relays And How They Are Categorized
  • sensors for healthcare & medical applications
    September 12, 2017
    Wearable technology has become a part of the daily exercise routine for many. Bracelets and Smart Watches can detect how many steps an individual has taken in a day while others can use Sensors to monitor heart rates. This helps people stay healthy by creating a stream of data that allows users monitor their physical fitness and remain in peak shape.
  • Sensors In Manufacturing
    July 12, 2017
    As Manufacturing Changes, Calls Rise For Creative Use Of Sensors
  • panasonic sensors
    June 20, 2017
    The most recent U.S. Census Bureau data makes it clear: Millennials are migrating from the suburbs to the cities. A recent Forbes analysis found that major U.S. metro areas added 1.09 millennial residents for everyone who moved to the suburbs. What’s a millennial? Anyone born between 1982 and 2004. NYC had the highest flux, adding 2.17 millennials for every one that moved out. Millennials are adding to the city’s growing population, and putting new pressure on the city’s aging infrastructure.
  • eMMC vs SD Cards
    June 16, 2017
    Different types of non-volatile storage media include EEPROM, Solid State Drives (SSD) and NAND-based devices like eMMC and SD Cards – but which solution is the best? This would depend on the application being designed. Form factor, price and performance are a few key attributes that have to be considered when designing one of these solutions into a product. Here is a quick comparison to consider between two storage media options: eMMC and SD Cards.
  • smart homes are smarter with Panasonic sensors
    April 24, 2017
    Smart Homes Get Smarter As Sensors Become More Sophisticated
  • Panasonic Grid-EYE
    March 21, 2017
    A tiny device is spurring big changes on the retail floor. About the size of a fingernail, Panasonic’s Grid-EYE Sensor is an 8x8 (64) pixel infrared array device that can provide retailers data on consumer behavior without collecting sensitive personal information. Industry leaders are using it to help turn in-store experiences into sales.
  • Maxim's Grid-EYE reference design
    March 17, 2017
    Today’s presence-sensing technologies enable everything from movable holiday displays to robust security systems. More specifically, Infrared (IR) Array Sensors allow systems to detect an individual’s presence and their direction of movement, including motionless. This technology can be useful in applications in areas like medical imaging, retail, building automation and security.

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