At EDI CON China 2016 Thomas W. Crowe, President of Virginia Diodes Inc. gave Microwave Journal an insight into the company’s background, its focus on very high frequencies, its current activities in China and future technology developments.
The motto of European Microwave Week 2015 is Freedom through Microwaves, which addresses the concept of modern living where microwave technologies are opening up new frontiers that will govern how individuals and objects communicate, sense and move. In particular there is major interest in the development and evolution of the ‘Connected Humans’ concept where there is potential for the microwave community to play a significant role as we look towards Horizon 2020.
By the time that Agilent Technologies celebrated its tenth year as Platinum Sponsors of EuMW with the annual Welcome Reception at the Nuremberg Convention Centre, the record for the total number of unique delegates at European Microwave Week 2013 had been surpassed, backing up the unrivalled number of unique exhibiting companies demonstrating their latest innovations on the show floor.
When the 2013 Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) that took place at the Excel exhibition centre in London from 10 to 13 September with claims to bring together the ‘entire’ defence and security, it is hard to argue otherwise. The biennial event attracted 1,500 international , suppliers from more than 50 countries, a larger number of international pavilions, including South Korea, Brazil, India, Australia, UK, USA and six new dedicated seminar theatres offering free educational sessions and showcases. There were specialised air, naval, land, security, medical and unmanned zones, expanded live waterborne and unmanned systems demonstrations and static vehicle displays for the land, air and naval sectors.