Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S, the world’s leading supplier of advanced technology for sound and vibration, has released a new HATS for speech and sound testing, ideal for use in confined areas.
VocalZoom (VZ), a leading provider of vibration sensors for industry 4.0, is thrilled to be launching a groundbreaking Autonomous Sensors for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Telecommunications lines built for conveying internet and phone service can sense the rumble of thunder underground, potentially offering researchers with a new method of detecting environmental risks and imaging deep within the Earth.
MB Dynamics, Inc., field-proven industry experts in the design, manufacture and supply of vibration test systems and equipment, including buzz, squeak and rattle, steering, and suspension component test systems; modal exciters and amplifiers; automated calibration systems; dynamic controllers; transducer calibration systems; and test engineering services, today announced the global market launch of its Win475 MULTI-DUT CRASH-CAL automated accelerometer calibration system.
Machine protection specialists SENSONICS are pleased to announce that their SENTURION X Range of proximity probe systems have obtained ATEX, IECEx and PESO certification.
VocalZoom, a leading provider of vibration sensors for industry 4.0, today announced the launch of its next-generation predictive maintenance sensors for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
A new, artificial tactile sensor has been developed by a research team that imitates the human skin’s ability to perceive surface information, for example, structures, shapes, and patterns.
CyberOptics® Corporation, a leading global developer and manufacturer of high precision 3D sensing technology solutions, announces it will demonstrate its ReticleSense® Auto Multi Sensor™ (AMSR) – the world’s most efficient and effective wireless measurement devices for semiconductor fabs and equipment OEMs at the SPIE PhotoMask Technology and EUV Lithography conference, September 17-20 at the Monterey Conference Center in California in booth #104.
Researchers have developed new, economical sensor-laden textiles that can be used to monitor the structural health and integrity of vital infrastructures.
Researchers at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have demonstrated for the first time that dark fiber - the massive network of unused fiber-optic cables installed all over the country and the world - can be used as sensors for detecting earthquakes, changes in permafrost conditions, the presence of groundwater, and a variety of other subsurface activity.