Scientists from the Aerospace Information Research Institute (AIR) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) have introduced an enhanced algorithm known as Dynamic Quantum Particle Swarm Optimization (DQPSO) to enhance the precision and dependability of pressure sensors utilized in the tracking and monitoring of wild migratory birds.
New CP Series Sensors Offer Faster System Response Time and New Safety Measures for PAP Devices, Providing a Higher Quality Patient Experience
At the National University of Singapore (NUS), scientists have developed a novel aero-elastic pressure sensor called “eAir.”
Superior Sensor Technology today announced the availability of a new Evaluation Kit for its VN Series Pressure Sensors for high-performance ventilators and high-flow oxygen devices.
With OPTIBAR 5060 eDP, KROHNE adds an electronic differential pressure (eDP) version to the OPTIBAR family. It aims at level, density and differential pressure applications within closed vessels as well as density compensated level measurement in open tanks.
In the workplace, slips, trips, and falls (STFs) tend to be the chief causes of major injuries. As per the International Labor Organization, over a million workers throughout the world are injured at work every day with slips and trips being the underlying causes.
A team of scientists, guided by Trisha L. Andrew, Professor of chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, recently stated that they have fabricated a new material capable of solving one of the most challenging issues in the hunt to develop wearable, unobtrusive sensitive sensors: the issue of pressure.
The existence of heavy metals like cadmium and lead are present in cosmetics, food, batteries, and other things that are a part of daily life.
Compact new ENS220 combines high accuracy and low noise in barometric pressure measurements
Rohde & Schwarz, the only supplier of fast diode sensors for power measurements up to 67 GHz, is increasing the maximum measurable frequency of diode power sensors to 90 GHz; higher than any other diode sensor currently available.