Nicéphore Niépce is widely attributed as being the inventor of photography, but he may not have envisioned how far camera technology would advance. Printable image sensors are one such development that has offered manufacturers huge benefits in flexibility, scalability and cost.
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Cynophobics may soon be able to avoid the anxiety of being sniffed by the canine police at airports thanks to the development of a nanosensor by a team of researchers at the University of California, Berkeley.
A small army of 75 geophysicists is set to converge on Mount St. Helens this weekend to begin final preparations for the equivalent of a combined ultrasound and CAT scan of the famous volcano’s internal plumbing.
The world’s population is rapidly expanding, with a huge proportion of this growth centered around urban areas. This increase in population, together with the demands of our modern lifestyle, is putting significant strain on infrastructure. Researchers are now looking at ways to use sensor technology to help make our cities more efficient.
University of Adelaide physics researchers have produced the world's most sensitive thermometer – three times more precise than the best thermometers in existence.
Steven LeBoeuf, President of Valencell Inc., talks to AZoSensors.com about the development of PerformTek, an accurate, wearable biometric sensor.
In this interview, Charles Boulanger from LeddarTech talks to AZoSensors about their unique LED-based detection and ranging technology, and what benefits it can provide for OEMs and system developers.
Professor Vaidehi Ganesan, Sathyabama University, talks to AZoSensors about the application of carbon nanotube-based mechanical sensors for defect and strain measurements of engineering components.
In this interview, Joachim Quasdorf, the sales and marketing manager for Encoder ASSPs at iC-Haus, talks to AZoSensors about the development of integrated single-chip systems for optical and magnetic encoders.
Dr John Newstead at Delta-T Devices talks to AZoSensors about the application and development of the PR2 soil measurement sensing technology.
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