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  • Article - 10 Jan 2014
    Ruud Ringoir, Product Manager at Kipp & Zonen, talks to AZoSensors about measuring solar radiation from meteorology to solar energy applications.
  • Article - 28 Nov 2013
    Jerry C. Drew, President, Network Thermostat, talks to AZoSensors about communicating thermostat solutions as an energy management system.
  • Article - 8 Nov 2013
    Image sensors are instruments used for converting optical images into electronic signals. The global image sensors market has grown immensely due to technological advancements in the last decade. This...
  • Article - 29 Oct 2013
    The bhangmeter is a non-imaging radiometer that was invented in 1948 with the purpose of detecting nuclear detonations and measuring the yield of a nuclear weapon.
  • Article - 24 Oct 2013
    Dr. Susanne Droescher, Sales Engineer at greenTEG talks to AZoSensors about characterization of building envelopes and the monitoring of laser power using the gSKIN® sensor.
  • Article - 24 Oct 2013
    Motion can be detected through various means such as infrared, sound, and vibration. Motion detectors are primarily used for detecting moving objects (especially people), and gathering data regarding...
  • Article - 11 Oct 2013
    Brett Sargent, Chief Technology Officer and VP/GM of Products and Solutions at LumaSense Technologies, Inc., talks to AZoSensors about the management of Big Data in the sensor industry.
  • Article - 11 Oct 2013
    A net radiometer is an actinometer used for measuring net radiation at the Earth’s surface. The net radiation normal to the earth's surface is the difference between the total upward radiation flux...
  • Article - 10 Oct 2013
    The thermometer was developed over several years by a number of people - Cornelis Drebbel, Robert Fludd, Galileo Galilei and Santorio Santorio. The word thermometer was derived from two Greek word...
  • Article - 10 Oct 2013
    Metal detectors are portable electronic devices used for detecting the presence of any metal close by. They operate by sensing changes in magnetic waves caused by metal. The metal objects can be...

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