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  • Article - 24 Jun 2014
    A recent study at the University of Oregon suggests that smartphones may be as smart as their name. Research carried out investigating whether a cell phone has a similarity to skin microbiomes of an...
  • Article - 4 Apr 2014
    A strain gauge is a device that shows variable electrical resistance when exposed to external forces or strain.
  • News - 17 May 2010
    Today at the PSI5 Forum in Nuremberg, Germany, Freescale Semiconductor introduced two advanced airbag system solutions for the emerging Peripheral Sensor Interface 5 (PSI5) protocol, including an...
  • Article - 4 Dec 2013
    Motion capture, which is also referred to as motion tracking, is the method of recording movements of people and objects.
  • Article - 6 Nov 2013
    Inductive sensors are designed based on the needs of proximity sensor technology, to detect metallic or conductive parts without physical contact or where access is difficult.
  • Article - 31 Oct 2013
    A capacitive sensor measurement system requires three components: a probe to detect any changes in distance to a target by sensing changes in capacitance.
  • Article - 31 Oct 2013
    A biosensor is a biological detection system in which a biological component is combined with a transducer to perform measurement of a biochemical quantity. The development of biosensors started with...
  • Article - 23 Oct 2013
    Thermocouples are one of the most common sensors used for temperature measurement. They are made up of two different metals coupled together at one or more points.
  • Article - 14 Oct 2013
    Researchers at Cornell University have used a small silicon chip to develop a microfluidic water sensor with a higher degree of sensitivity compared to other water sensors on the market.
  • 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...

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