InVeris Training Solutions, the leading provider of integrated live-fire and virtual weapons training systems for military, law enforcement agencies and commercial shooting ranges, today unveils SRCE™, a groundbreaking, augmented reality-based, untethered weapons training simulator.
Researchers at the University of Bath have been awarded a £1.5 million funding package for the development of nanosensors and cutting tools that will enable the machining of high precision aerospace components.
Wrong postures in the workplace can result in pain in the back, knees, or shoulders. A new sensor system designed by scientists from TU Kaiserslautern and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) might be of great help to overcome this problem.
Carlo Gavazzi introduces the new ICS Series E1-Rated Inductive Proximity Sensors designed for challenging applications on mobile equipment.
Newtek offers right-angle versions of its LVDT position sensors that provide highly accurate linear displacement feedback in dirty environments containing sawdust, dirt, and grease that can contaminate conventional linear position sensors.
One should not be fooled by the sapphire windows or titanium metal walls. It is what is on the inner side of a new compact, intuitive device that could someday initiate a new era of navigation.
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.
Positek, the leading UK position sensor designer and manufacturer, has launched a new range of compact and space-efficient linear position feedback sensors.
Piaggio Fast Forward (PFF), the Boston-based robotics company and a leader in smart following technology, has developed new sensor technology for implementation not only in consumer and business robots but also in scooters and motorcycles.
A new monitoring system was developed recently by scientists from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.