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A prototype of the smart mirror. Laser light bounces off the highly reflective surface of a silicon plate, visible in the middle of a thick black ring of plastic.  CREDIT Jennifer Lauren Lee/NIST
Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a laser power sensor that could be built into manufacturing devices to provide real-time measurements.
Pour la première fois, SEMICON Europa 2018 se déroulera à Munich en même temps qu'electronica, du 13 au 16 novembre. En tant que principale plateforme européenne de la fabrication électronique, SEMICON Europa présente l'ensemble de la chaîne logistique, de l'innovation à l'application
A prototype of the smart mirror. Laser light bounces off the highly reflective surface of a silicon plate, visible in the middle of a thick black ring of plastic.  CREDIT Jennifer Lauren Lee/NIST
Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US have developed a laser power sensor that could be built into manufacturing devices to provide real-time measurements.
The global silicon carbide power semiconductors market is set to grow from $302 million in 2017 to $1,109 million by 2025, growing at 18.1% a year say analysts Allied Market Research