Should we care about the looming semiconductor downturn?
An increasing number of signs point to a semiconductor downturn. Chances are that it would merely be an interruption of established long-term semiconductor growth trends.
There won’t be a DUV export ban to China (for now)
The Dutch government will find it easier to resist US pressure than face China’s repercussions if it would sign off on the export ban for DUV lithography equipment.
Using low-code to create control software for a system you’ve never seen
Philips Engineering Solutions builds product test equipment for customers all over the world. The control software is created, verified and deployed remotely using the model-based low-code approach supported by the Cordis Suite development platform. The tooling allows the engineers in Eindhoven to have the testers up and running without ever having seen them.
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High Tech Systems Center still alive and kicking
The High Tech Systems Center has been part of the Eindhoven AI institute EAISI for two years now. The mechatronics center sometimes seems to have been blown away by the AI storm, but the research themes surrounding high-tech systems go much further than just artificial intelligence. There are voices in favor of giving HTSC more of its own identity again.
Dutch-grown on-chip laser ready to shine
Combining the light-generating power of indium phosphide (InP) as a gain medium and the ultra-low light losses of silicon nitride (SiN) as an optical cavity, Dutch startup Chilas has launched an on-chip laser that uniquely combines tunability with a narrow spectral output. As we learn in high school, a basic laser works by oscillating light […]
“MBSE isn’t an overnight activity, it’s an evolution”
Jon Holt, Incose fellow and professor of systems engineering at Cranfield University, is sharing his 30-year experience in model-based systems engineering in a training course that will be offered in collaboration with High Tech Institute. “It’s not about technology, it’s about business change in a technical environment.” Is model-based systems engineering a hype? “MBSE isn’t […]
Scalable and financially viable business models aren’t about technology
This June, Eindhoven Engine and High Tech Institute will launch “Business model innovation in an exponential world,” a training course that aims to make Dutch high tech more innovative. Bits&Chips talks to Walter Baets, who developed the training at Eindhoven Engine. Walter Baets has a background in econometrics, a discipline that, according to him, is […]
Boost your digitalization: user innovation dimension
Innovation is one of those overloaded terms that in popular discussion can mean anything that you want it to. In some ways, it’s similar to the parable of the four blind men and the elephant: depending on where you work on innovation, it will look and feel different.