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  • Article - 13 Apr 2018
    Viatran pressure transmitters are developed using four types of pressure sensors. This is in response to field research which yields data regarding the actual requirements of different applications,...
  • Article - 17 Oct 2017
    AZoSensors spoke to Fritz Martin, Inertial Engineering Manager at LORD Microstrain, about the features of their new inertial sensors, and how he expects them to impact the industry.
  • Article - 11 Oct 2017
    Additive manufacturing and robotics markets have entered into a new phase of growth and this growth is being propelled by new levels of controls that enable robots to “come out of the cage” and reside...
  • Article - 18 Apr 2017
    One of the earliest applications of sensor technology was developed and applied by Wilhelm von Siemens in 1860 in an effort to further understand the temperature sensitivity of a copper resistor, and...
  • Article - 1 Jul 2015
    Robotic vision is similar to human vision – it provides valuable information that the robot can use to interact with the world around it.
  • Article - 28 Aug 2014
    Technological advances in fiber optic sensors have resulted in the development of a wide range of next-generation devices that use techniques such as polarization, interference and wavelength...
  • Article - 27 Sep 2013
    A position sensor is any device used for measuring the distance traveled by the body starting from its reference position. It measures linear or angular position in reference to a fixed point or...
  • Article - 9 Aug 2013
    Almost all capacitive sensor applications are a measure of displacement (position change) of an object. This application details the specifics of making such a measurement and what is required to make...
  • Article - 4 Mar 2013
    Several measurement approaches have been used to examine the performance of elite athletes today.
  • Article - 10 Jan 2013
    Steven L. Garrett, Professor of Acoustics and Senior Scientist at Penn State University talks to AZoSensors about the application of thermoacoustic sensors to examine nuclear fuel rods.