InnoSenT GmbH has developed a new sensor for detecting movements,IMD-1100, the smallest and cheapest standard product developed by the radar experts so far.
During a storm or other turbulence, the orientation of the plane and the angle at which the plane is tilted toward Earth’s surface are vital information a pilot needs to know. If the nose of the plane is tilted downward at a 45° angle, for example, the direction and angle should be balanced to ensure altitude.
Recent research published in the BMC Neurology journal has found that a specific wearable sensor that measures acceleration and velocity can detect early stages of multiple sclerosis.
Human facial movements express emotions and enable nonverbal communications and physical activities like drinking and eating.
A new monitoring system was developed recently by scientists from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
According to computer scientists at the University of Bath, garment seams sewn with conductive yarn can be utilized to monitor body motion precisely when placed strategically.
Optical Surfaces Ltd has been selected by the Optical Engineering Group at the University of Warwick (UK) School of Engineering to supply key focusing optics to enable accurate 3D tracking and analysis of mosquito flight behaviour.
Tufts University engineers have designed and demonstrated new flexible thread-based sensors that are capable of measuring the neck movements, offering information on the direction, degree of displacement, and angle of rotation of the head.
Scientists from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have now designed an ultra-sensitive, extremely durable strain sensor that can be integrated into textiles and soft robotic systems.
Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has launched a new non-contact capacitive measurement system that complements its existing eddy current solution for turbo charger speed measurement.