Scientists hope that they can better predict the likelihood of volcanic eruptions by measuring and monitoring the prevalence of gases like carbon dioxide (CO2).
LiDAR is a strong candidate as a sensing technology for drones as it allows an accurate 3D map of the drone's surroundings to be sensed, shows excellent performance in poor weather conditions and can be easily integrated onto drones.
NI (Nasdaq: NATI), the provider of solutions that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, announced today the opening of the new NI Industrial IoT Lab at its Austin headquarters.
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As the market for drones continues to grow there is an increasing need for accurate sensing and obstacle detection technologies. LiDAR is a strong candidate.
Don Welch, Director of New Business Development at MTI Instruments talks to AZoSensors about the benefits and applications that MTI Instrument's Non-Contact Laser Sensors can be utilised in.
Lumenera, experts in imaging, recently worked with AggieAir, a research lab at Utah State University, to develop an aerial imaging system for agricultural research.
The FLIR X6000sc Series is designed for the most demanding R&D professional. In the FLIR X8400sc, thermal images up to 1280 x 1024 pixels will show users the smallest details and assure outstanding measurement accuracy.
The Microtrak™ 4 from MTI Instruments is the best laser sensor for measuring displacement, vibration, thickness, height, and more.
Oven temperature profiling is crucial to consistently produce a quality product. Profiling allows users to improve their method, establish process control, and perform corrections to a process when needed.
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