American Science and Engineering (AS&E) Inc. has recently received an order worth $8.2 million for providing cargo inspection systems that will secure key infrastructure for the Middle East region.
Research work at the School of Computing of the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid has reached a milestone that is close to the development of self-organizing neural networks for use in the remote sensing domain.
The DeltaTox II analyzer is designed to facilitate lab-based water testing and onsite screening in remote places.
The EU project 3Plast research scientists are working on printable piezoelectrical and pyro-electrical large area sensor technologies.
iWorx recently launched its IX-228S Data Acquisition System for high-end metabolic, oocyte clamp and small animal cardiovascular research applications.
Building Protection Systems, Inc., a pioneer in developing of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) detection system, has achieved a milestone of more than 100,000 operating hours for its Sentry One detection technology without even one false alarm.
The Sensors Expo & Conference will feature advanced sensing systems and technologies at Rosemont, IL-based Donald E. Stephens Convention Center from June 7 to 9, 2010.
A research team at the Faculty of Engineering of Tel Aviv University (TAU) is developing a more reliable and sensitive sensor made of carbon nanotubes for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).
CoreOptics Inc. has launched its coherent detection technology-enabled 40G transponder module.
In future every home will have one: electronic devices that you can control just by pointing a finger. To turn this vision into reality the 3Plast research consortium is developing special sensors that can be printed onto plastic film and affixed to objects.
Frost & Sullivan says that the Middle East fire detection and suppression systems have experienced a boost.
SAT Corporation, a fully-owned subsidiary of Integral Systems, Inc., will provide a DSP-based RF monitoring system to support ARSAT-1 satellite and its ground stations.
American Sensor Technologies (AST) Inc. recently released a 10-page booklet that focuses on its capability in the position and pressure transmitter domain for the oil, gas, and energy industries.
Universal Detection Technology (UNDT) will present its state-of-the-art developments related to bioweapon detection technology on March 23, 2010, to investors during the Homeland Security Finance Forum at the FOSE 2010 Expo.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) researchers have discovered an Infrared Thermal Detection System (ITDS) that detects fever in patients by conducting measurements of skin temperature in a non-contact manner in a fraction of a second.