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January 2015 Window tints and acts as transparent battery More for IoT: our natural roadmap says Cypress’ CEO Flexible multi-touch printed sensors ready ahead of screens UK start -up R&D CORE has just announced a fully flexible touch screen sensor technology to work with Plastic Logic’s flexible display. E-ink a winner in wearables Imec aims 8-bit plastic MPU at smart labels 21 22 23 23 24 DESIGN & PRODUCTS SPECIAL FOCUSES: - MEMORY & DATA STORAGE Universal memory for instant-on computing Qimonda’s late legacy: 28nm FeRAM CMOS-compatible 28nm FeRAM could become commercially available within three to five years. Memory trends: a look ahead 26 27 28 - ANALOG DESIGN Structural faults leading to glitches With the increasing complexity of SoCs, multiple and independent clocks are essential in their design. Lowering the cost of ownership of PoE 32 34 - SENSORS & TRANSDUCERS Tiny spectrometer targets IoT Startup company NanoLambda has developed a $10 spectrometer-on-achip that’s suitable for use on a wide range of consumer devices. Fiber-in-textile turns clothes into motion sensors BASF develops simple 3D image sensor 38 39 39 Reader offer To make sure you have a good start in 2015, Freescale is giving away five of its QorIQ TWRLS1021A Tower system modules, worth USD269 each. opinion Tracking offenders and consumers alike How the ‘LED lighting backlash’ could be good for the industry 4 50 ne ws & TECHNOLOGY European server project promotes ARM on FDSOI Teaming processor IP licensor ARM and chipmaker STMicroelectronics up with academic and commercial computer and software specialists. MIT discovers superconductor law A copyright mess in 3D Printer-ready 3D CAD files: a marketing plus Feeding scrap plastic into your designs Localized design and manufacture, shorter supply chains and minimal waste are all hot topics that the 3D printing industry promises to address. Piloted driving takes centre stage at Audi’s CES presentation Carmaker Audi opened the Consumer Electronics Show with a particular bang: a sedan prototype drove all the way from the Silicon Valley to Las Vegas under computer control. 5.600 fuel cell patents open for free usage Volvo airs cloud-based cyclist protection system CEO interview: Bosch’s IoT startup is all about the system Thorsten Mueller, CEO of Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH has been guiding the latest startup subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH since 2013 when he started the initiative with just two staff. Monolithic 3D integration cheaper than moving to next node IoT: Collaborate or else, says Samsung CEO Solar-powered radio chip monitors windows to save energy 6 7 8 11 12 14 15 15 16 18 19 20 46 3 Electronic Engineering Times Europe January 2015 www.electronics-eetimes.com


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