That means the networks connecting everyday electronics like mobile phones and medical devices can remain operational longer.
A new innovative design means the AA-230 uses less energy while still providing the cooling power needed by the telecommunications and medial technology. The compact design also allows it to go places standard air to air coolers cannot.
Providing the best solutions to protect and connect the electronics we use everyday... that's Laird.
Carolyn was nominated for her continuing efforts to improve the quality of life for the employees at her company as well as for the people in her community. She has spent more than 17 years volunteering and serving a local charity for youth in need in addition to spearheading global cultural change initiatives in the workplace.
More than 200 nominations were submitted and 21 were chosen to be honored. We are very proud of Carolyn and all of the work that she has done for us and our community.
Enabling a safer, more efficient highway system while empowering motorists through data is certainly the future of the automotive industry, but many more steps need to occur before it can be fully realized.
Laird's new White paper called "The connected highway" addresses some key questions facing the automotive world and discusses how Dedicated Short Range Communications (or DSRC) technology is enabling solutions.
We are also excited about opening a new telematics facility in Brazil this year which will help us better serve our automotive customers.
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When cars start talking to one another they can alert drivers about hazards ahead or even warn them before accidents happen. The result is a safer, more efficient, and improved driver experience.
RCR Wireless addresses some of the challenges and potential solutions regarding the future of driving connected cars on connected highways.
Laird sets the stage for next phase of implementation for connected vehicles and connected highways after being accepted to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Affiliated Test Bed program.
The federally funded, operational test site was established to determine the feasibility and technical limitations of Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC). Laird will test modules, software and applications in a real-world traffic environment. The test bed includes intersections, roadways and vehicles that are able to communicate with each other through DSRC under actual operating conditions.
Laird Technologies is a global technology company focused on providing components and solutions that protect electronic devices from electromagnetic interference and heat, and that enable connectivity through wireless applications and antenna systems.
Custom products are supplied to all sectors of the electronics industry including the handset, telecommunications, data transfer and information technology, automotive, aerospace, defense, consumer, medical, mining, railroad and industrial markets.
Laird Technologies, a unit of Laird PLC, employs over 9,000 employees in more than 47 facilities located in 16 countries.