Drone technology has developed rapidly since the beginning of the century; driven by advances in sensing, electronics and engineering.
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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Nicolas Ho, Product Manager from ABB talks to AZoM about the reliable and convenient LLT100 Laser Level measurement sensor which is designed specifically for harsh environments and industrial applications.
Drones are expected to have an impact on every aspect of our lives - from delivering our shopping to collecting data for important scientific research. However, there are still several obstacles to overcome before this becomes a reality.
In this interview Karen Lightman, Vice President of MEMS & Sensors Industry Group (MSIG), talks to AZo Sensors about becoming a SEMI Strategic Association Partner. MSIG provides information, services and opportunities to over 1900 memeber companies worldwide.
The Optomax Industrial Glass range of liquid level switches with their stainless steel and glass construction are designed to operate in aggressive environments. They offer industrial supply voltages and outputs that can directly drive loads.
Slab resolvers are used widely in motion control applications for the feedback of velocity and rotational position. The term ‘slab resolver’ refers to a resolver with a large diameter proportionate to its axial height.
The LDE differential low pressure sensors are designed with thermal flow measurement of gas through a micro-flow channel integrated within the sensor chip. The advanced LDE technology features outstanding sensitivity especially for ultra-low pressures.
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