Smiths Detection, a global leader in threat detection and security screening technologies, today announces that it has been awarded a contract through their local partner, Donggok Precision Co., Ltd, to supply a suite of leading-edge passenger baggage screening equipment at Incheon International Airport’s (ICN) Terminal 1.
Thanks to the tactility in the hands and feet, picking up objects and taking steady steps are possible. As such, the skin serves as a channel that links the outer world or stimuli with the human body.
AIRMAR® Technology Corporation is celebrating its 40th anniversary as a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of groundbreaking ultrasonic transducers and sensor technology.
There has been an ever-increasing need for sensitive and selective electronic biosensors for various applications. Biosensors are analytical devices monitoring a target of interest in real time and are best suited for clinical health care, environmental sensing, drug development, as well as food safety and quality control.
4B France, subsidiary of the 4B Group, a worldwide manufacturer of components for bucket elevators and conveyors and electronic monitoring equipment, has just celebrated the inauguration of its new facilities, a brand-new purpose-built office and warehouse complex, situated just 6km from the company’s old premises.
The driver’s sleep warning system Antison has won the IT Stars Annual Russian award as the most significant innovative and socially oriented project.
As part of a collaborative research agreement signed between the two countries, an international research group from Japan and Finland will strive to develop technologies and standards for the sixth generation of wireless communications, generally called 6G.
Under the guidance of Domenico Giustiniano, Research Associate Professor at IMDEA Networks Institute, Madrid, a research group has achieved major progress in the making of sustainable wireless communication systems.
The significant gaps in the flood preparedness regime of Quebec were uncovered by the extensive flooding that inundated parts of the most crowded regions of the province in 2017 and 2019.
Movable airborne antennas that are capable of receiving cellphone signals can lower the EMF exposure meanwhile providing increased data transmission speed at lower power consumption.