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NASA Satellites Eye Coastal Water Quality     August 30, 2007

Researchers use satellite data to map fleeting changes in coastal water quality on an almost daily basis.More>>

Unmanned Vehicles Swarm Successfully     August 30, 2007

Augusta Systems technologies power on-board processing during unmanned systems demo, enable UAVs to swarm.More>>

Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences Facilities Deploying WSN     August 29, 2007

Facilities implementing SensiNet wireless sensor networks (WSN) to speed up and drop cost of compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11.More>>

Frost & Sullivan Monitor Machine Health Monitoring     August 29, 2007

Sensors-based diagnostic equipment geared to benefit from machine health monitoring.More>>

Apogee to Develop Elder Care Monitoring     August 29, 2007

Apogee initiates strategic development of advanced monitoring systems for the elderly, using wireless sensor modules to continuously monitor health and automatically notify responders when necessary.More>>

Trimble, DICKEY-john Offer Precision Farming Tech     August 28, 2007

Trimble and DICKEY-john partner to offer farmers a wide range of 'hybrid' precision farming solutions, including modular GPS automated steering, application monitoring and control, or field data management.More>>

ABI Research Ranks 802.15.4 Vendors     August 27, 2007

Texas Instruments tops new ABI Research 802.15.4 vendor matrix ranking.More>>

Freescale Chooses AeroScout for Asset-Tracking Solution     August 27, 2007

Wi-Fi-Based Active RFID project helps increase productivity by tracking and managing wafer lot boxes throughout one of Freescale's wafer fabs.More>>

U.S. Navy Gives Option Award to Argon ST     August 27, 2007

Argon ST. Inc announces option award for additional Ship's Signal Exploitation Equipment (SSEE) Increment E sensor systems, valued at approximately $18M.More>>

Market Research on Consumer Uptake of Wireless     August 24, 2007

In-depth report analyzes and forecasts the consumer electronics applications segments likely to adopt emerging wireless technologies.More>>

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