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.
AZoSensors speaks with Laura Du Ry from JOGO. JOGO's state-of-the-art data collection - driven by AI, machine vision and learning, as well as sensor tech makes it possible to track physique, technique and cognitive abilities. Clubs and trainers can follow the progress of their players, while players can measure their own growth - all in real-time.
AZoSensors speaks with the CEO of Therma°, Manik Suri. Therma° is a technology startup that builds hardware and software tools that help to protect the planet. The flagship product of the company is an automated temperature and humidity monitoring platform that uses IOT sensors to better protect and manage refrigeration assets.
AZoSensors speaks with Tzu-Chieh (Zijay) Tang, a Postdoctoral Associate in the Research Laboratory of Electronics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Zijay is one of the authors of a paper documenting the development of what the team terms a deployable physical containment strategy (DEPCOS).
AZoSensors speaks with a team from the Center for Advanced Smart Sensors and Structures (CASSS) at Western Michigan University, led by Dr. Massood Atashbar. The team has developed a new specially designed pressure-sensitive cap that can help protect athletes from serious head injuries.
AZoSensors speaks with Dr. Marcus Hultmark, an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University. Marcus led a team that found a revolutionary new approach to measuring flow rates.
AZoSensors speaks with Dr. Yajing Shen, Associate Professor at CityU’s Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME). Dr. Shen is part of a team comprised of researchers from the City University of Hong Kong (CityU) and the University of Hong Kong (HKU), that developed a novel tactile sensor with several characteristics matching those of natural skin.
AZoSensors speaks with John Labram, from the Labram Research Group, Oregon State University on the team's latest development. The team has developed a bio-inspired perovskite sensor that operates like the mammalian eye.
AZoSensors speaks with Jesse Jokerst who heads up the Jokerst group at UC San Diego. The group has recently developed an affordable COVID-19 monitoring sensor that can be applied to facemasks.
An interview with Jack McCauley on using MEMS sensors in gaming devices and pioneering immersive VR gaming experiences at Oculus VR.
In this interview, Albert P. Pisano, Professor and Dean, UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering talks to AZoSnesors about Meeting the Large-Scale Needs of the Digital Future through MEMS.