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Electronics For You
December  2019   Issue Vol. 51  No. 12 

Global Competitiveness Driving The Indian ESDM Sector
The electronics industry is facing unprecedented changes worldwide. Innovation and agility are leading to a competitive advantage for an organisation, irrespective of its size. The Indian electronics industry will also be following the same trend

Improving Agriculture With Deep Learning
Demand for food has increased with global population explosion in the past few decades, making old farming practices obsolete. Improper fertiliser distribution over an agricultural land results in excess fertilisers available for weeds. To increase yield, precision agriculture was introduced where technology is applied to optimise productivity
A Brain Activity Measuring Device
Brain function is known to decrease with age. But just like muscle-strength training, our brain too can maintain and improve brain function regardless of age with proper training
Laser Light Transforming Vision And Machines
Usefulness of semiconductor laser technology is constantly increasing, especially quantum dot (QD) lasers that reliably operate with low noise at high temperatures. Vision is evolving through QDs laser light by precise light control to project images into the retina. It helps improve the low vision of people with disorders in the anterior parts of the eye, such as the lens or cornea
Lighting Up India With DC Power
Even after completing nearly two decades in the 21st century, a large population in developing and underdeveloped countries does not have access to constant power supply. Power lines are too costly for most of these places, while others have long power cuts. Although solar rooftops have grown to be the preferred option for providing decentralised power, high AC-DC conversion losses are common in photovoltaic systems besides their high cost
Robots As A Communication Interface
Our everyday technology can take inputs from the environment to decode the meaning of our behaviour and turn information into digital cues for devices to respond accordingly. This makes interactions between humans and machines so natural and seamless that communicating with machines feels like talking to humans or live animals