In the new normal of future changes, whether it is the ICT industry, the supply chain, or even the industrial ecosystem, it is necessary to think about how to improve resilience to respond to environmental changes from a mid-to-long-term perspective. It will be important to improve the resilience of the supply chain from procurement to production. The key to future competitiveness.
The AC voltage is stepped down to the proper AC voltage through a transformer.
Electronic components are the basis for composing electronic products and mastering the types, structures, and properties of commonly used electronic components is the foundation of electronic technology.
Manufacture all related machinery and design, replace manpower with mechanization, fully reduce personnel costs and increase efficiency, the upstream part is mostly component suppliers, the downstream is the manufacture of terminal machinery products, most of them are engaged in industrial machinery, responsible for assisting other industries in manufacturing and work.
Passive components are components found in electronic products that consume rather than generate energy, such as resistors, capacitors, and inductors. Trillions of these common basic components are manufactured every year. They are cheap to manufacture, and can be produced using a large variety of materials. Most are general-purpose types, but some are specially designed for niche markets.
Even if the epidemic slows down, video conferencing will have the opportunity to become the new normal in the future. Although the relevant system equipment manufacturers have suffered the impact of the epidemic, they are actively grasping the turning point of the industry.
In the past few years, with the continuous improvement of technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning (DL), computer vision (CV), virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), the application scope of mechanical transmission components has expanded to each field.
Governments are actively promoting the development of regional semiconductor supply chains. AI combines emerging technologies and applications such as the Internet of Things, automotive electronics, and compound semiconductors to drive the growth momentum of the semiconductor industry.
Electricity is an important driving force for economic and social development and plays a vital role in the national economy. The equipment used in the electric supply industry is essential for maintaining the stable and reliable operation of the power system.
Integrated circuits are a combination of wide-ranging electronic circuits integrated into a semiconductor chip. They are designed to perform the advanced computational functions which are used in key processor programs. Let's learn more about these fascinating integrated circuits.
The wireless power industry is expected to grow exponentially. Wireless power has a major impact on almost all fields because it enables the Internet of Things to achieve and develop faster.
In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, various countries have issued a series of bans, city closures and traffic restrictions, driving the demand for housing, working at home, online shopping, and home entertainment. This in turn has driven the demand for 3C products such as information and communications products. Among these, display panels have shown one of the greatest increases in demand, and the global display screen equipment market grew by 19% in 2020, reaching USD 13.52 billion.
The size of the consumer electronics market was worth US$1 trillion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of more than 7% between 2020 and 2026. Industry participants continue to invest in the research and development of new consumer electronics products, including smartphones, smart wearable devices, and home appliances, which will drive market growth.
In 2018, the global audio and video equipment market was valued at approximately US$160.4 billion. It has declined at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -1.86% since 2014. It is expected to decline slightly at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -0.05% until 2022 of US$160.1 billion.