Do you know how much time you spend on your smartphones, laptops or tablet? We may not be aware that this is only possible thanks to the underlying hardware and the numerous algorithms and software applications that are being run on it. Our engineers are leading the way in innovation and outlining today’s state-of-the-art developments.
Semiconductors have had a monumental impact on our society and lie at the heart of electronics. They are being used to translate abstract digital and analogue signals into physical ones. Millions of them can form an integrated circuit and thus constitute the substrata for most of today’s technologies.
You find semiconductors at the heart of microprocessor chips as well as transistors. Anything that’s computerized or uses radio waves depends on semiconductors.
Communication is key. Thanks to the invention of the internet and the smartphone, we can talk to whomever we want, whenever we want. Wireless technologies, fibre optics and even spatial applications are pushing the boundaries of possibility. This was illustrated during one of our projects where a single chip, called Near Field Magnetic Induction (NFMI) facilitates a hearing aid system