The DGC-06 controller series from MSR-Electronic is used for monitoring and warning of toxic and combustible gases and vapors as well as in the Freon refrigerant sector of the gas measurement technology.
Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has introduced an interface module that expands the range of connectivity options available for its sensors and measurement systems.
Berg Insight, the world’s leading M2M/IoT market research provider, today released new findings about the market for connected public spaces – a group of smart city applications that enables improved management of public spaces within cities – including smart street lighting, smart parking, smart waste collection and smart city surveillance.
Tieto, a leading software and services company and a member of the ST Partner Program, and STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, announced their collaborative efforts to develop Central Control-Unit (CCU) software to run on STMicroelectronics’ popular Telemaco3P platform.
STM32WB50* Value Line wireless microcontrollers (MCUs) from STMicroelectronics are a full and pin-compatible derivative of the STM32WB55 System-on-Chip, created to serve cost-sensitive connected devices that need to support Bluetooth® 5.0, ZigBee® 3.0, or OpenThread.
An innovative TorqSense wireless torque sensor from Sensor Technology provided an effective solution to an interesting engineering challenge when Advanced Design Innovations (ADI), a specialist supplier of custom manufacturing and testing equipment, was asked by Bristan, one of the UK’s largest and most successful manufacturers of bathroom taps and showers, to develop a new durability test rig to help optimise product performance.
New wireless control technologies are being adopted by manufacturers and users of cranes and other lifting equipment. Tony Ingham of Sensor Technology Ltd explains the advantages and looks at how the field is developing.
A major limiting factor in the growth of Internet of Things (IoT) applications is the amount of power consumed by the edge devices used in IoT networks, and as a result, there is an urgent need to find ways to use far less power to operate them.
A team of students from Penn State World Campus, who are pursuing master of professional studies degrees in information sciences, has formulated a multi-pronged data analysis method that can reinforce the security of Internet of Things (IoT) devices against present-day risks and threats.
Velodyne Lidar, Inc. (Hall 8.0, Booth A13) is showcasing the pristine integration of Velarray lidar sensors into consumer vehicles to make currently available, high-end electric vehicles safer at the IAA 2019 Conference.