Cellulose soaked in a precisely developed polymer mixture serves as a sensor to simultaneously measure temperature, pressure, and humidity. The measurements are absolutely independent of each other.
A technologist at NASA is taking miniaturization to a whole new level. Mahmooda Sultana received funding to develop a promising groundbreaking nanomaterial-based detector platform.
Following several decades of salmon farming, in recent years, there has been a growing interest in research into fish welfare with regards to problems like how fishes are treated in their cages.
One of the biggest safety risks in aviation is in-flight icing of aircraft wings. Scientists have now created novel wireless sensors that enable better detection of the formation of ice.
Touch, or tactile sensing, is basically vital for a range of real-life applications, from surgical medicine to robotics to sports science.
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.
BinMaster’s new DPM-300 large display Modbus scanner monitors and displays levels from a variety of BinMaster sensors via a super-large, superluminous dual-line six-character LED readout housed in a durable enclosure that can go the extra mile—even in the toughest manufacturing environments.
BinMaster brings a sense of simplicity to customers seeking basic operation and single-point particulate monitoring with the new DD-3000 Dust Alert sensor.
A biodegradable pressure sensor, potentially assists doctors to monitor swelling of the brain, chronic lung disease and other medical conditions.
ROHM Semiconductor has proposed a modular solution for detecting machine failures in advance by integrating pressure, temperature, color, and other sensors that cover mechanical, environmental, and optical abnormalities.