A unique wearable for infants has been created for the consistent evaluation of motor skills during the early development phase by a Finnish research team at the BABA Center, Helsinki Children’s Hospital.
With the IMD-3101, InnoSenT is launching a new radar system with an adapted coverage area specifically for motion detection in individual aisles of high-bay warehouses. The product is part of the cost-effective and user-...
The Contour2D sensor system enables optimally efficient detection of conveyor belt utilization. It is the only system on the market to require just one LiDAR sensor to do this. The unique performance characteristics of the R2000 LiDAR sensor and an intelligent algorithm ensure reliable shadow correction.
Posture is a vital part of health. Continued poor posture, like leaning to one side or slouching, could result in discomfort and pain. It has also been proven to intensify the risk of strokes, vision problems, cardiovascular diseases, and musculoskeletal diseases.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst has created a low-cost shoe insole containing force-sensitive resistors (FSR) that intends to enhance the treatment of mobility-impairing health problems such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and osteoarthritis.
Each fall, millions of monarch butterflies migrate to a particular group of mountain peaks located in central Mexico. How precisely they steer to their winter destination, and the way they select their route, is a subject of immense interest to researchers—particularly as climate change redirects their selected path.
A new study by Loughborough University could facilitate clothing that is capable of sensing one’s health, communicating information with others, and generating electricity to reach the market sooner.
InnoSenT GmbH is launching a new radar sensor for motion detection. The new IMD-2002 is a further development of the successful IMD-2000 motion detector.
The special feature of the product is that it l...
Engineers at Harvard University have developed an exosuit fitted with sensors for the remote monitoring of patients at home.
A Korean research team has created a system that can help firefighters save lives in the event of a fire, explosion, or collapse at an internal disaster site.