Imec, a world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, presents an optomechanical ultrasound sensor on a silicon photonic chip that has an unprecedented sensitivity due to an innov...
The latest addition to BAUMER's range of high-performance ultrasonic sensors the U300, U500, and UR18, represents two product families that offer effective and extremely flexible solutions for double sheet detection across a wide range of materials.
Ever get caught up in a pileup or have a near miss with one during bad weather- Researchers in Poland have created smart road signs that use built-in Doppler radar, video, and acoustic radar and weather stations to monitor road traffic and conditions to warn drivers in real-time of hazards and prevent collisions on highways.
By integrating both sound and light, Stanford University researchers have successfully designed a novel airborne technique for imaging underwater objects and eventually break through the apparently impenetrable barrier at the air-water interface.
A new device that can reduce the intensity of sound passing through open windows is presented in a proof-of-principle study in Scientific Reports.
According to a new study, the ear canals of bush-crickets have evolved to performs functions similar to the ears of mammals to modulate sound pressure and amplify sound.
The natural world can identify corroding metals in gas and oil pipelines. Inspired by this natural detection, engineers have now devised a new scanning method.
Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S - the world’s leading supplier of advanced technology for sound and vibration - puts focus on the importance of realistic testing when developing and incorporating smart speaker functionality into consumer products.
In November 2019, Teledyne Marine took part in the second JANUS Interoperability Fest hosted by the NATO STO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE), based in La Spezia (Italy).
Multiple light beam safety devices are used for access guarding at machines and systems. The required arrangement for these protective devices is described in the harmonized standard EN ISO 13855, which replaced the previous version EN 999 in 2010.