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    We built Blumio from the ground up with an audacious idea: to create a sensor that can measure blood pressure without applying any pressure on the body. We have teamed up with major medical device...
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    Lion Precision introduced the world’s first capacitive, noncontact measurement system to the commercial market in 1958. This company provide optimized sensing solutions by partnering with our...
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    Since its inception in 1962, OMEGA has grown from manufacturing a single product line of thermocouples to an established global leader in the technical marketplace, offering more than 100,000...
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    SECURELY® provides smart, intuitive technology platforms. Most of us use and depend on our smartphone as the device of choice to access family/whānau, friends, apps and the Internet....
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    Since its inception in 1962, OMEGA has grown from manufacturing a single product line of thermocouples to an established global leader in the technical marketplace, offering more than 100,000...
  • News - 10 Jan 2024
    Unlimited access to a personal feedback coach? That's the dream of many fitness and gaming enthusiasts. With the brand new Smart Connected Sensors platform, Bosch Sensortec ensures that movements...
  • News - 31 Jan 2023
    A team of scientists, guided by Trisha L. Andrew, Professor of chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, recently stated that they have fabricated a new material...
  • News - 30 Sep 2011
    Traq3D, a company which specialises in providing computer simulation for the purposes of physical fitness, performance and health announced that it has launched the TRAZER system which uses a 3D Image...
  • News - 3 Jul 2012
    Training sessions for Team GB's swimmers have been getting a helping hand from a new system incorporating cutting-edge movement tracking and sensor technologies. From starting dives to tumble...
  • Article - 25 Jan 2022
    Neuromuscular disorder diagnosis can be challenging, but the development of wearable medical sensors may be able to aid early detection in infants.
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