UM Gets Big Results From Tiny Power Generator

Electrical engineers at the University of Michigan have built a device that can harness energy from vibrations and convert it to electricity with five to ten times greater efficiency and power than other devices in its class. And it’s smaller than a penny.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/25/2011

MSU Researchers Develop Wearable Exercise Sensors

Researchers from Michigan State University’s departments of Electrical Engineering and Kinesiology are teaming up to create a new wearable sensor network to assess a person’s physical activity and overall well-being. Using technology developed by engineering […]


Solidica Wins Army Program

Ann Arbor-based Solidica announced an award through the United States Army for the demonstration of a proof of concept in support of ground combat vehicle system health monitoring. The amount of the award was not […]


New Input-Output Gear From Wixom's Acromag

Wixom-based Acromag Inc. Thursday rolled out two new CAN bus modules that link network sensors and actuators to control systems.