The AZoSensors "Thought Leaders" series is a selection of articles that cover the key technology areas where sensors are making an impact and where they will make an increasing impact. All the articles are written by experts who have been invited as recognized leaders in their fields to provide a "state of the art" contribution.
NASA's newly launched satellite, CAPSTONE, hopes to verify an optimal lunar orbit and is a significant step towards establishing the Lunar Gateway outpost for NASA's future Artemis missions.
AZoSensors speaks with the Institute of Railway Research about the integration of an ultrasonic sensor into railway track lubrication monitoring and maintenance.
AZoSensors speaks with researchers from the University of Queensland about making virtual reality more accessible for people with a wide range of disabilities.
AZoSensors speaks with Yuhan Huang from the University of Technology Sydney about his research into the development of on-road remote sensing technology that can rapidly and accurately identify high-emitting vehicles.
We speak with Okan Atalar about new research that could one day allow simple cameras, such as those on smartphones, to see the world in 3D.
AZoSensors speaks with Niraj K. Jha from the Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty at Princeton University. This interview explores the research proposing a framework called CovidDeep. CovidDeep combines efficient deep neural networks with commercially available wearable medical sensors for pervasive testing of the virus and the resultant disease.
This International Women's Day, we speak with Dr. NAko Nakatsuka, a Senior Scientist at ETH Zurich's Laboratory of Biosensors and Bioelectronics.
AZoSensors speaks with Kaylee Hakkel from MantiSpectra, a vertically-integrated spin-off of the Eindhoven University of Technology, about her research into developing a near-infrared sensor that dramatically simplifies spectral sensing.
We speak to Prof. Watanabe about a new high-speed projector that utilizes Dynamic Projection Mapping to bring alternative realities closer to reality.
AZoSensors speaks with Dr. Md. Ataur Rahman from RMIT University about a lightweight, wearable sensor that can detect nicotine in real-time and wirelessly transmit the data to electronic devices such as a smartphone.