Tag Archive: tech

  • New Module Development Alert: The Remote Control Module By Radcon

    March 10, 2017 By Cate Lawrence

    Radcon.io is  a leading hardware design firm specializing in connected technology (IoT). Based in the world’s hardware hub, Shenzhen, they provide a full suite of services that transform concepts into real-world products.  They bridge the gap between electronic design and functionality, with services ranging from digital/analog circuit and multi-layer PCB design, to IoT and wearable design. They also provide engineering and manufacturing support with projects optimized from the start to protect against setbacks through product evaluation and verification and certification... View Article

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    The Hard and Soft of Augmented Reality

    October 5, 2016 By Cate Lawrence

    Augmented reality (AR) is coming to personal hardware. We’re moving on from the keyboard and into a range of devices from headsets to mobiles to contact lenses. Here we take a look at some of the latest applications and the role that modular devices can play. AR disrupts traditional technology 2.0 companies Traditional 2.0 tech companies are opting in on hardware to get ready for the mainstream adoption of AR. Snapchat have recently joined the hardware market with the upcoming release... View Article

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    nexpaq x Maxim Integrated Hackathon

    September 19, 2016

    We here at nexpaq will be teaming up with Maxim Integrated to host an “internal” hackathon next week in Dallas, Texas. Around 50 Maxim application engineers and other exclusive invitees will be forming teams and competing to see who can come up with the best collaborative projects between the Maxim and nexpaq technologies. Despite the fact that this is a somewhat closed affair, there are lots of reasons why you should be interested to know more about this event! For... View Article

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    5 Connected Healthcare Devices We’d Love as Modules


    Technology increasingly provides us with greater tools to detect, analyse and treat disease and illnesses. Sensor technology has been instrumental in these developments, enabling real time measurements and an almost instant diagnosis in many cases. As technology grows faster and smaller, a simple mobile phone can become a powerful tool in healthcare. Many of these tools could be stored in modules like we are developing at nexpaq. Here’s some examples: Jolt Sensor The Jolt Sensor is a small clip that... View Article

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    IoT and Citizen Data: The First Step in Eliminating Air Pollution


    Air pollution is a significant problem in many parts of the world. It’s not uncommon to see pictures of parts of China through a haze of smog. However the problem of air pollution is not limited to China. It’s cited that 6.5 million deaths per year can be attributed to air pollution according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), much greater than the number from HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and road injuries combined. The impacts of air pollution can vary from city... View Article

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