The skin is not only the largest sensory organ but also the protective covering of human beings. It “feels” numerous sensory inputs simultaneously and reports information concerning temperature, humidity, and pressure to the brain.
The need to carry out invasive, twice-daily blood draws, to track the electrolyte levels of babies in the Newborn Intensive Care Units (NICUs), could be eliminated with a wireless, bioelectronic pacifier.
MSR-Electronic digital gas sensors monitor CO2 and lack of oxygen. Supercritical CO2 extraction is a proven, environmentally-friendly, guaranteed chemical- and solvent-residue-free process, which is used to generate a wide variety of extracts and raffinates.
Temperature sensing with the high spatial and temporal resolution is crucial in many industries, including industrial manufacturing, environmental monitoring, and healthcare monitoring.
The Rotronic digital sensors communicate to data loggers (wired or wireless) and all communication to the server and database is done digitally as such there is no loss in accuracy during data transmission.
The new Easidew Advanced Online Dew-Point Hygrometer from Michell Instruments measures dew point, moisture content and now also pressure.
The SenzTx Oxygen Transmitter from Process Sensing Technologies (PST) utilizes proven sensortechnology to provide accurate oxygen concentration measurement.
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have developed a technology that would facilitate continuous monitoring attainable with wireless implantable devices to improve the treatment of vascular diseases.
Tire manufacturers will now have better answers to the question “What happens when the rubber meets the road?”
Calspan, world leading automotive research and testing facility, has instrumented its powerful f...
Imagine being able to track the muscular tiredness during a workout, as well as blood sugar levels, and determine if too much drink is consumed, all from a little gadget worn on the skin.
Liquid ammonia is a potential marine fuel in the shipping sector due to its low carbon, safe storage, and high energy density.
Analogue pyroelectric detectors from InfraTec have been used in a number of different customer applications for over 30 years.
Hundreds of sensors the size of a milk bottle will be buried across Australia to help scientists better understand what lies beneath the Earth’s surface.
We understand the day-to-day hazards that can arise when using various gases, and the difficulties in ensuring safety in your working environment and for your teams.
An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst has created a low-cost shoe insole containing force-sensitive resistors (FSR) that intends to enhance the treatment of mobility-impairing health problems such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and osteoarthritis.