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  When Morten Revill checks on his children at night, he often finds them asleep with their ever-present Smartphones and iPads still charging next to them. Like any good parent, he wanted to be sure that there were no health and safety risks associated with this, so he conducted some research into the potential dangers of leaving electronic devices plugged in overnight.   His findings alerted him to the risk of mobile phones and laptops overheating, and in some cases even catching fi ...
The demanding amount of safety-critical applications is growing every day; bringing added and new pressures to design engineers as they had to develop Electric and Electronic (E/E) Systems to prevent risks and to solve safety challenges. Designing complex E/E systems that meet rigorous and sophisticated Functional Safety requirements is a challenging job for engineers —especially when they are also managing time-to-market urgency with safety performance to guarantee human well-being. The ...
Functional Safety is the detection of a potentially dangerous condition, activating a protective/corrective device or mechanism to prevent hazardous events, arising or providing mitigation for reducing consequences. Functional Safety is part of the overall safety where a system or equipment operates correctly in response to an input.   Electric and Electronic (E/E) Systems have been used for many years to perform Functional Safety tasks in a wide range of industries; lately, they have evo ...
This game lets you make your own games and choose from a variety of sounds and graphics (Photo via Fuze)   Are a these efforts to get kids to code working? Here’s another…   The hot console at the moment is the Nintendo Switch. While people are impatiently waiting to play the new Mario, one company is making a program that lets you make your own Switch games. Fuze Technologies, UK coding education firm, is currently working on a game that will teach you how to make games ...