Major chemical companies are using Hazardous Location Position Sensors from NewTek Sensor Solutions to monitor the state of different valves throughout their plants as part of process safety and efficiency management.
Case Western Reserve University is leading the way in the development of a monitoring system designed to keep food shipments fresh, decrease waste, and enhance supply chain management.
A new method to make the manufacture of nanosensors far less carbon-intensive, budget-friendly, highly efficient, and versatile has been developed by engineers from Macquarie University, thereby considerably enhancing a main process in this trillion-dollar global industry.
Effective monitoring of slow speed rotating industrial applications, such as wind power generation is a critical requirement, especially given the continued expansion of ‘greener-energy’ alternatives.
A sign or cause of inefficient performance is surplus heat coming out from electronic or mechanical devices.
Making use of ultrasound to analyze the biomechanical properties of tissues could assist in detecting and controlling pathophysiological conditions and tracking the progress of lesions and assessing the advancement of rehabilitation.
French sensor solutions technology company, Terabee, who manufacture their flagship people counting sensors in the EU, have partnered with FIPOI, the Foundation for buildings for International Organisations in Geneva, on a major people counting project as part of FIPOI’s strategy to reduce energy consumption and expenditure.
GE Renewable Energy approves the use of the nacelle based Continuous Wave scanning Lidar ‘ZX TM’ from Lidar OEM ZX Lidars for Power Performance Testing.
Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, today demonstrated, at AHR Expo 2023, a seamlessly integrated ecosystem of IoT-based Smart Green Solutions capable of enhancing energy conservation, productivity, security and indoor air quality (IAQ) in buildings and cities.
NIT is widely known for its large range of SWIR cameras designed for industrial, defense, and medical markets. Less known is that NIT designs and manufactures in-house all the InGaAs sensors embe...