Israel-based radar technology company Vayyar recently introduced the world's first full-cabin monitoring sensor system comprising a single sensor that is capable of monitoring the entire cabin of a passenger vehicle, covering the driver as well as all passengers.
What are the Most Recent Developments in Agricultural Sensors?
By Dr. Priyom Bose
World's First Automotive Sensor with Full-Cabin Monitoring
By Brett Smith
The Future of Using Wearables and Smartphones to Detect Early Alzheimer's Disease
By Kerry Taylor-Smith
Addressing the Air Quality Health Crisis with Airly’s Pollution Sensors
Developments in Intelligent Sensing for Audio-Visual Augmented Reality
By Saul Mate-Cid
The First Digital Gas Sensor with Artificial Intelligence
By Lara Osborne
World-First LiDAR Multibeam Scanner with Solid-State Technology for Line-Guided Small Vehicles
From SICK AG
Methane Gas Monitoring at The New Health Institude Istria, Croatia
From MSR-Electronic GmbH
MSR Development Department: Equipped for the Future with Modern Technology
Delta-T Devices sensors at the NIAB EMR WET Centre - 2020 data shows record crop yields due to smart irrigation breakthroughs
From Delta-T Devices Ltd
Hydrogel Shells Could Help Deploy Bacteria as Environmental Sensors
H2S & CO Toxic Gas Detectors with TruCal Technology Require No Calibration Checks For Up To 24 Months
From MSA - The Safety Company
New Tamper-Proof Temperature Sensor to Monitor Ultracold mRNA Vaccine Supply
Pepperl+Fuchs Explores the Future of Automation Technology at Its First Digital Expo Event
From Pepperl+Fuchs Gb Ltd.
Brewer Science Expands Capabilities: Smart Devices & Printed Electronics Foundry
From Brewer Science, Inc.
In this interview, AZoSensors talks to Bruno Menard, Software Director at Teledyne Dalsa, about the increasing involvement of Artificial Intelligence in the manufacturing industry and how Teledyne is involved in this.
Dr. Marcus Hultmark
AZoSensors speaks with Dr. Marcus Hultmark, an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University. Marcus led a team that found a revolutionary new approach to measuring flow rates.
Dr. Yajing Shen
AZoSensors speaks with Dr. Yajing Shen, Associate Professor at CityU’s Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME). Dr. Shen is part of a team comprised of researchers from the City University of Hong Kong (CityU) and the University of Hong Kong (HKU), that developed a novel tactile sensor.
Pattern electrodes include patterned gold thin films on glass fabricated via e-beam metal evaporation.
This page details the Absolute Chip Encoder Series from Celera Motion’s line of precision rotary and linear optical encoders with MicroE technology.
The Blackfly S USB3 is packed with powerful features enabling you to easily produce the exact images you need and accelerate your application development.