The critical design review (CDR) related to the Autonomous Navigation System (ANS) program of General Dynamics Robotic Systems has been completed successfully.
Analog Devices has introduced an advanced, high-performance MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) gyroscope called the ADXRS450 iMEMS for angular sensing applications.
Two enhanced technologies related to the off-grid solar lighting systems will be introduced during May 12 to 14 at the LIGHTFAIR 2010 by Carmanah.
Through a competitive bidding method California’s Sausalito city has chosen the very low power type of wireless occupancy sensors and real time parking control solution from Streetline Inc.
Three science teachers were awarded science equipment by Vernier Software & Technology on the occasion of the National Lab Day.
The SAR500, a calibrated, compensated, high-precision, high-stability, and low noise digital oscillatory gyroscope is under development by Sensonor Technologies AS.
Medtronic, a leading expert in medical technology, has begun a multi-center trial to study the benefits of its new implantable medical device called the RestoreSensor neurostimulator.
Frost & Sullivan’s Technical Analysis research group finds that demand for sensors in the consumer electronics field is on the rise.
According to iSuppli research, shipments in the global market for motion sensor devices will quintuple by the year 2014 due to the increase in demand from end use markets such as smartphones. The sensor devices are primarily used in smartphone devices and their operating systems that increasingly using navigation and motion command applications.
Analog Devices (ADI), the top vendor for high performance semiconductors used in signal processing applications was nominated for the Innovation of the Year Award for 2009 for the Analog Front End IC group for its current to digital converter, the ADAS1128 used in computer tomography (CT) scanners.