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Sensors Insights by Andrew Cumming The Ongoing Evolution of Oxygen Sensor Technology

By Andrew Cumming, Guest Contributor

The worldwide oxygen sensor business is predicted to be worth over $2.6 billion annually by 2022. More>>

 




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December 2, 2016 | News

Monitoring device differentiated by novel cloth-based nanosensor technology (SimplECG™) more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

Eversense is the first implantable continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system to measure glucose values for up to 90 days without the need to change the sensor every week. more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

Selco offers a wide range of capabilities and utilizes state of the art equipment to accommodate cable and wire harness custom designs to meet customer requirements. more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

New Connectors Support Increased Multi-Gigabit Interfaces and Data Rates more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

Three PXIe chassis, ranging from low-cost to high-performance, enable a broad range of applications in R&D and manufacturing more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

Intelligent sensors will be critical in the evolution toward a single connected industrial world, finds Frost & Sullivan's Sensors and Instruments team. more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

Ovum's 2017 Trends to Watch: Big Data report highlights machine learning will be the factor that disrupts the landscape the most. more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

Requirements for security controller include a processor with very low power consumption, easy code development and system integration, and very low overall risk. more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

Upgraded boards with two miniPCIe sockets support high-speed I/O expansion, addition of bolt-on mSATA SSD drive, and compatibility with both legacy and leading-edge operating systems. more>>


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December 2, 2016 | News

Total revenues expected to be approximately $28 million over the life of the program. more>>



December 8, 2016 | Article | By Peter Behringer

The machine-learning algorithm Convolutional Neuronal Network (CNN) copies the way the human brain processes images. Once trained, they can shrink to a few megabytes to be used in embedded applications. more>>


December 2, 2016 | Article | By Andrew Cumming

The worldwide oxygen sensor business is predicted to be worth over $2.6 billion annually by 2022. more>>


November 25, 2016 | Article | By Jon Stark

Force sensing may be about to change the way we interact with domestic appliances – here’s why. more>>


November 18, 2016 | Article | By Kathleen Philips

A testbed that can help companies build successful Internet of Things applications. more>>


November 11, 2016 | Article | By Dr. Benjamin O'Brien

Wearable sensors for measuring body motion must deform during body movement and provide precise motion data while being unobtrusive. Body movement can be monitored using soft and flexible sensors that transmit signal via Bluetooth. more>>


November 10, 2016 | Article | By Mike Bolduc

The future lies with highly connected devices, but the electronic switch and component industry plays a much larger role in that progress than has been reported. more>>


November 10, 2016 | Article | By Josh Schadel

As no security standard exists in the industry for wireless sensor networks, some do not utilize any protection at all, making them bigger targets for attacks. Data security practices can protect against such attacks. more>>


November 4, 2016 | Article | By Dr. Justin Gaynor

Cars and trucks are constantly monitoring their environments, both externally and internally; sensors are what allow this to happen. more>>


October 28, 2016 | Article | By Alicia Asín

Sensor system modernizes Greek tourist port by constantly monitoring environmental conditions. more>>


October 21, 2016 | Article | By Mufassira Fathima

As service robots take on jobs that are menial, boring, difficult, and dangerous, the human labor force is transitioning towards performing tasks that are more intellectual. more>>



HONEYWELL

November 29, 2016 | Blog

Honeywell sensors help to reduce energy costs and support the latest refrigerant technologies. more>>


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November 22, 2016 | Blog

Centralized or edge processing, which is the best choice? more>>


SNAP_THUMB

November 21, 2016 | Blog

The European Patent Office (EPO) has granted a new patent to semiconductor pioneer SmartKem. more>>


THUMB

November 17, 2016 | Blog

Robots Are Quickly Learning to Adapt and Teach Themselves to Survive more>>


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November 16, 2016 | Blog

MAX Augments Wearer while reducing Risk of Workplace Injury - Based on UC Berkeley engineering research, MAX (Modular Agile Exoskeleton) combines back, shoulder and leg components to form the only passive industrial exoskeleton currently available. more>>


Thumb

November 15, 2016 | Blog

IoT, a.k.a., networking stuff, may not be the cash cow it's trumpeted as. more>>


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November 14, 2016 | Blog

Clip-on sensors can turn anything into a percussion instrument. more>>


THUMB

November 11, 2016 | Blog

Smart remote helps you turn on, tune in, and whatever. more>>


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November 9, 2016 | Blog

Dry bulk cargos have to be loaded and unloaded quickly, efficiently, cost effectively and safely if shipping operations are to be profitable. By harnessing the power of computers, operational performance can be improved. more>>


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November 7, 2016 | Blog

Will mass automation create new jobs, inspiration for education and innovation, or armed and angry mobs? more>>










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