Isorg, a pioneer in organic photodetectors (OPDs) and large-area image sensors, today announces its Fingerprint Acquisition Profile (FAP) 10 module has received FBI certification, the first in this category of organic ph...
Biosensors that are safely used inside the body or wearable on human skin are increasingly used for medical applications and also for everyday health monitoring.
SICK expands its portfolio of image-based code readers with the launch of the Lector61x. The compact device detects 1D, 2D, and stacked codes for identification, inspection, or content monitoring in production processes.
In conflict regions, landmines pose a major threat, but modern detection systems find it hard to differentiate between clutter and explosives.
Karen Cunningham, an Adelaide glass blower, used diamond and glass to make art. However, she never expected that it would lead to the creation of a new type of hybrid material.
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is a widely used tool for chemical analysis and molecular structure recognition.
At Brown University, a group of physicists has designed a new kind of compact, ultra-sensitive magnetometer. According to them, the latest device could be beneficial for a range of applications in which weak magnetic fields are used.
The aim of a new project carried out at the University of South Australia is to revolutionize how common health conditions are diagnosed with the help of wearable, point-of-care bio-diagnostic devices.
The Measuring Division of Kaman Precision Products, Inc., the world leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance position measurement systems, announces that the KD-5600 family of eddy current measurement systems is ideal for use in COTS applications for fast steering mirrors, magnetic bearing active control, shaft vibration, image stabilization, and adaptive optics.
The electricity that powers appliances and lights homes also generates small magnetic fields that exist everywhere.