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Russell Petrucci and Roger Nessen, Guest Contributors
Piezoceramics in Medical Devices: A Little Bit of Information Goes a Long Way
Here are the most important things medical device manufacturers need to consider and communicate to their piezoceramic supplier. More>>

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May 29, 2015 | Product

The XP500 family of industrial touch-panel personal computers (PCs) feature multi-touch, low-maintenance touch screens. more>>


May 29, 2015 | Product

Debuting as the next generation samosPRO programmable safety controller, the samosPRO COMPACT measures 45-mm wide and suits a wide variety of industrial applications. more>>


May 29, 2015 | Product

The WX50 is the second and lower-priced high-speed camera in the FASTCAM Mini WX series. It provides up to 750 fps at full 4-Mpixel resolution and true 1080 HD performance to 1,500 fps. more>>


May 29, 2015 | Product

Measuring 2.5 mm in height, the VOL3120 surface-mount 2.5A IGBT and MOSFET driver provides isolation voltage ratings of VIORM = 1,050V and VIOTM = 8 kV. more>>


May 29, 2015 | Product

The LTM4630-1 dual 18A or single 36A µModule (micromodule) regulator promises high precision output voltage regulation. more>>


May 29, 2015 | News

Endress+Hauser extends its product range in customized pressure instrumentation. more>>


May 29, 2015 | News

Sensor technology specialist presents its product range in a new brochure. more>>


May 29, 2015 | News

Modern technology is speeding change and is already widening the gap between air cargo leaders and followers. more>>


May 29, 2015 | News

A complete product suite for performance monitoring of 802.11ac networks that will support its customers across the entire wireless life cycle. more>>


May 28, 2015 | Product

Miniature, stepper-driven valve-less OEM pumps are viable for use in low and micro-volume fluid control apps. more>>

May 29, 2015 | Article | By Roger Nessen, Russell Petrucci

Here are the most important things medical device manufacturers need to consider and communicate to their piezoceramic supplier. more>>

May 21, 2015 | Article | By Roger H. Grace

Sensors Expo 2015, a 30-Year History and Retrospective more>>

May 15, 2015 | Article | By Larry McCreary

An increasing number of industries are anticipating deploying machine-to-machine (M2M) in the future to automate extensive sensor networks. more>>

May 15, 2015 | Article | By Mathew Dirjish

Sensors Expo pre-con and keynote presenters ponder recent market research and reveal what they hope to impart and receive at Sensors Expo 2015 in Long Beach, CA. more>>

May 8, 2015 | Article | By Mike Baker

Sensors offer core capabilities which can meet operational demands of legacy aircraft. more>>

May 8, 2015 | Article | By Mathew Dirjish

Pre-Con And Keynote Presenters Share Insights On Issues Affecting The Current and Future Progress of Sensor Technology. more>>

May 1, 2015 | Article | By Greg Montrose

Four Reasons to replace a process transmitter (sensor) that monitors filters on air and natural gas compressors. more>>

April 24, 2015 | Article | By Gary Chan

Data from an electronic device can only be as reliable as the sensors gathering that data. Using watertight enclosures does not necessarily guarantee long-lasting protection and reliable performance because pressure differentials that can cause leak paths have not been addressed. more>>

April 17, 2015 | Article | By Andy Lambrechts, Jan Provoost

CMOS-based lens-free microscope is mass-manufacturable and viable for use in commercial labs and industrial environments. It is characterized by a very large field of view, high resolution, fast reconstruction software, and excellent scalability. more>>

April 10, 2015 | Article | By Professor John Gregg

A novel class of tuneable microwave cavity sensor has been developed within the Department of Physics at the University of Oxford UK. more>>


April 6, 2015 | Blog

Researchers at Staten Island College, City University of New York are working on what may turn out to be the world’s smallest gyroscope. more>>


March 13, 2015 | Blog

University of California at Berkeley researchers created a very thin, chameleon-like material that appears to be skin like. more>>


March 9, 2015 | Blog

University of California, San Diego nano engineers have created a tool they believe will allow anyone to build sensors, anywhere. more>>


February 13, 2015 | Blog

Described as a wearable device that promises to change how people share experiences, Telepathy Jumper is an eye-wear device that can be worn in front of the user’s eye or, for continued use, attached to eyeglasses or the head. more>>


February 5, 2015 | Blog

Fear of automation taking over jobs done by humans is nothing new. As far back as the invention of the wheel ....... more>>


February 2, 2015 | Blog

Headed by Professor Hossam Haick, a consortium is developing a device that will be able analyze a speaker’s breath for existing or impending diseases. more>>


January 26, 2015 | Blog

Hisense claims to be the first to enter the laser-TV market with the new no-screen concept. more>>


January 9, 2015 | Blog

EMS stretchable conductive ink offers a unique solution for embedding electronics in wearable applications including clothing, accessories, and medical devices. more>>


January 9, 2015 | Blog

As we enter a new year, we see ever increasing concerns for energy conservation, particularly in large commercial, organizational, and residential buildings. With the great strides made in sensors, particularly the wireless variety, along with energy harvesting technologies, great improvements in... more>>


November 25, 2014 | Blog

The popup timer that comes embedded in most commercially-available turkeys is a Thanksgiving tradition. more>>

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