Scientists opine that the fingertips are one of the sweatiest parts of our body and it is possible to use small biofuel cells to harvest energy from sweat on the fingertips and, in turn, keep wearable devices charged all day.
The Future of Powering Medical Sensors with Fingertip Sweat
By Dr. Priyom Bose
Autonomous Gas Detection Using a Robot Mounted with the Falco PID Detector
From Ion Science
Monitoring Occupational Exposure to Toxic Chemical Compounds
Perimeter Chemical Sensing: What is it and Why is it Needed?
Protecting Personnel and Sites with Gas Detectors
Sensors in Face Masks: The New Generation of Virus Detection
By Benedette Cuffari
Reliable Gas Monitoring from MSR-Electronic in the Beverage Industry
From MSR-Electronic GmbH
Leader in O2 Sensing Solutions Launch RAD-0002-ZR Low Oxygen Zirconia Monitor to Exceed Standards
Highly Efficient Fibre Optic Channel Plates
From Optical Surfaces Limited
InnovationLab and Trelleborg Develop an Innovative Logistics System Based on Printed Sensors
From Trelleborg Sealing Solutions
Using Touchscreen Data to Better Understand Learning Strategies
New Indicator for Monitoring Threats to the World’s Rainforests
New Wristband Could Help Create Interventions for People with Addictions
Mini Radar Could Find Water and Habitable Tunnels on the Moon or Mars
Fizyr, MVTec and Urobots with Sessions at the 3-in-1 Focus Event on July 20th from 2 p.m. BST
From IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH
AZo Sensors talks to James Pickering, Director of Environmental Monitoring Systems at Rotronic AG about the advantages of using digital sensors in an environmental monitoring system.
In this interview, AZoSensors talks to Teledyne DALSA about their quality control imaging product, the Linea. They discuss its utility, applications, and potential for use across a wide range of industries.
Laura Du Ry
AZoSensors speaks with Laura Du Ry from JOGO. JOGO's state-of-the-art data collection - driven by AI, machine vision and learning, as well as sensor tech makes it possible to track physique, technique and cognitive abilities.
The Cub 10.6 eV personal VOC gas detector is worn within the breathing zone to detect volatile organic compounds, keeping you safe within your working environment. Click here to learn more.
This page details a range of products from Cubic which are used for industry gas sensing.