AAEON, a leading manufacturer of rugged mobile solutions, announces the latest addition to their lineup of rugged mobile tablet PCs, the RTC-710RK.
Vayyar Imaging, the global leader in 4D imaging radar, today launched Walabot DIY 2, the next generation of its award-winning visual stud finder which, for the first time, is now available for iPhone, as well as Android devices.
InnovationLab, the expert in printed electronics "from lab to fab", today announced that it has been working with Trelleborg Sealing Solutions to integrate its printed sensors into an innovative logistics application.
By taking touchscreen data collected by a learning application, researchers have laid out a possible framework for the improvement of 'virtual tutor' teaching tools.
The touchscreen technology used in billions of smartphones and tablets could also be used as a powerful sensor, without the need for any modifications.
Youth vaping, or e-cigarette use, has risen significantly in recent years, even as rates of other types of nicotine use by youth have fallen. The lack of proven nicotine-use cessation options for youth makes prevention critically important.
Each fingertip has more than 3,000 touch receptors, which largely respond to pressure. Humans rely heavily on sensation in their fingertips when manipulating an object.
Lidar solutions provider Cepton Technologies, Inc. announced that it has secured an ADAS lidar series production award at a leading, Detroit-based global automotive OEM, which is the industry’s largest award to-date.
When a major UK-based structural health monitoring systems company were called in to urgently evaluate problematic expansion joints on a reinforced concrete motorway bridge, they required not just an extremely fast delivered solution for several linear displacement sensors but also a combined accuracy, temperature stability and environmental specification that would be beyond the capabilities of most suppliers.
Q-CTRL, a startup that applies the principles of control engineering to power quantum technology, has been awarded a $3.5 million grant from the Australian government's Modern Manufacturing Initiative to expand the development and manufacture of quantum-based remote sensing technologies for space deployment.