People are used to working with robots in industrial settings. Although this can speed up productivity, there are some health and safety hazards. Therefore, certain robots are kept separate from human personnel. This comes at a substantial financial cost and negatively impacts the interactions between humans and robots.
Variohm EuroSensor has launched a new tension/compression gear shift sensor for clutch-free, flat shift, ignition cut and other gearshift applications in professional motorsports.
Novotechnik, the German measurement technology leader, has recently announced design improvements for one of its oldest and most produced linear potentiometer position sensors, the LWH series.
Researchers at Tokyo Tech invent a flexible patch containing carbon nanotubes and stretchable conductors that can fit inside a pipe to detect real-time changes in water temperature or the presence of contaminants, which may improve sanitation during industrial processes
Superior Sensor Technology today announced their ND Series pressure sensors offer advanced air measurement capability that greatly improve the speed and altitude control of drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Where a sensing application involves the challenges of shiny, irregular, reflective or ultra-black objects, (such as car body parts or wafers with anti-reflective coatings), the issues of poor accuracy and reliability become more significant.
Combilift, based in Co. Monaghan – Ireland, is the largest global manufacturer of multi-directional forklifts and an innovator and leader in long-load handling solutions. Its recently launched Combi- CSS (Container Slip-Sheet) enables fast and efficient freight container loading for the transportation of timber, flat-packed furniture, panel products and similar goods.
Seismic surveys are a popular non-invasive method used by exploration companies to search for oil and gas below the Earth’s surface.
Researchers at TU Graz have created a powerful AI-enhanced radar that could help improve current radar technologies and help deal with safety concerns.
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.