Farming and agriculture are very strong economies in the U.S. and throughout the world and are key to ensuring that humanity thrives. Farmers are adapting through advancements in agriculture, to maximize land and water r...
Today, the lost hearing can be restored only with the help of a surgical operation to install special implants.
GTM Testing and Metrology GmbH, the internationally leading metrology supplier, presents its latest patented invention: a combination force-acceleration transducer that allows compensating for acceleration forces in dynamic measurements on test rigs.
When a fighter jet rapidly ascends and speeds up forward, a sonic boom resonates across the surface of the jet and through the surrounding sound waves. At the very most, it is disgusting noise pollution. In the worst case, it can cause damage to the aircraft’s surface.
Scientists from North Carolina State University (NC State) have formulated a method for calculating speed and distance in indoor settings, which could be used to enhance navigation technologies for drones, robots, or pedestrians attempting to learn their way through an airport.
New sensors have been developed by researchers for determining vibration and acceleration on trains. The innovative technology can be incorporated with artificial intelligence to prevent catastrophic train derailments and railway accidents.
Nowadays, a number of mobile phones are integrated with a voice-recognition feature, and many times, people are likely to experience an incident where a speech recognition application is triggered in the middle of a conversation or a meeting in the office.
Sound and vibration specialist Brüel & Kjær has just released the latest in its range of iconic sound level meters – B&K 2245 – providing a complete solution for basic noise measurements, while combining functionality, ease-of-use and versatility with the reliability and confidence that is ensured with the Brüel & Kjær brand.
Peratech, a world leader in force-sensing technology has launched its QTC®-based EDGE force-sensing solution that delivers User Experience (UX) differentiation and functionality for smartphones, wearables, and tablets.
Vernier Software & Technology has launched the new Go Direct® Sensor Cart for high school, middle school, and college physics students. The wireless dynamics cart allows students to easily analyze force, velocity, position, and acceleration using Bluetooth® wireless technology.