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Global Temperature Sensors Market Worth $4.51 Billion     March 1, 2012

According to research from MarketsandMarkets, the temperature sensor market will experience an estimated CAGR of 10% from 2011 to 2016, resulting in a $4.51 Billion size by 2016.More>>

Ramtron and Revere Security Join Forces     March 1, 2012

The two companies are partnering to enable secure and energy efficient F-RAM semiconductor devices.More>>

Nextreme, Laird Technologies Partner     March 1, 2012

Under the worldwide strategic distribution and design partnership, Nextreme's products will expand Laird Technologies' thermal management portfolio.More>>

Telit Announces GPS/GLONASS Module For Navigation Devices     March 1, 2012

Telit Location Solutions' new Jupiter SL869 triples satellite visibility with combined access to U.S. and Russian global navigation systems.More>>

TI’s Introduces “Wolverine” Microcontroller Platform     February 29, 2012

New, feature-packed MSP430 microcontroller platform continues to push ultra-low-power limits, bringing consumers one step closer to a battery-free world.More>>

Micropelt Intros Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Kit     February 28, 2012

Embedded thermoharvesting wireless sensor from Micropelt and IMST offers life-long self-sustaining status monitoring; waste heat replaces batteries, ZigBee-compliant platform supports multiple applications.More>>

Kepware Announces New, Enhanced Drivers for KEPServerEX     February 22, 2012

Adds new connectivity and features to improve quality, performance and security.More>>

Bartington Spacemag Picked for Space Mission     February 16, 2012

The three-axis fluxgate magnetometer will collect in-flight magnetic field information for the IDR/UPM satellite, scheduled for launch into a low-earth polar orbit by the end of the first quarter of 2013.More>>

Magnetic Field Sensor Presence to Soar     February 15, 2012

Market Research projects magnetic field sensor penetration will reach 7.14 billion units by 2016.More>>

GE Nanotechnology Enables Advanced Thermal Imaging     February 14, 2012

The new low-cost bio-inspired nanostructured systems offer enhanced thermal imaging that could enable more advanced applications for industrial inspection and medical diagnostics.More>>











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