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Sensors Announces Winners of the 2010 "Best of Sensors Expo" Awards   June 9, 2010
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SENSORS Magazine announced the recipients of the Sensors 2010 "Best of Sensors Expo" Awards, honoring the most exciting new products on display at Sensors Expo & Conference, taking place at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.

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Fingerprints Don't Lie   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

And that means they're an ideal way to keep troublemakers out of vulnerable IT systems loaded with sensitive information. If you're using SAP R/3 4.x or mySAP Business Suite enterprise resource planning software, bioLock from realtime North America Inc. will protect your systems by using biometric...more >>

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Rotten from the Outside In   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

Remember reading The Picture of Dorian Gray way back there in high school? A painting of the handsome Dorian became uglier day by day as the young man abandoned himself to a life of shameless debauchery. Well, a new technology called "active packaging" can do a Dorian by providing a...more >>

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Sleep Tight!   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

Heavy snoring is more than a source of spousal irritation. Those snorts, roars, and gurgles can be indicators of sleep anea, among other disorders. Sleep apnea refers to momentary cessations of respiration during sleep and can itself reveal problems with the autonomic nervous system. Those who...more >>

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Shape Sifting   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

If you're blind, how do you tell the difference between a box of laundry detergent and a box of cereal? True, they're in different aisles of the supermarket. But what about boxes on the same shelf: How do you figure out which holds corn flakes and which holds sugar-coated chocolate breakfast...more >>

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No Strings Attached   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

Being in the hospital is unpleasant enough without getting tangled in equipment cords when you try to roll over in bed. With its 4100 Digital Pulse Oximeter, Nonin Medical pulls the plug on conventional sensor cables and brings wireless technology to the bedside.

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WhistleWatch While You Work   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

If you're a working parent with a latchkey kid, you know there's plenty to worry about without adding a chronic, and potentially life-threatening disease like asthma to the mix. But there will soon be help at the nearest drugstore in the form of WhistleWatch, a simple-to-use monitor that gives an...more >>

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More Data, Less Pain   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

Managing diabetes is all about data. What's your glucose reading? Is it on the way up or down? How did exercise affect the reading? Food? Insulin? Unfortunately, gathering that information has traditionally meant finger pricks and more finger pricks; sometimes even eight a day aren't enough.

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"We Would Shout, and Swim About"   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

Like the happy swimmers in the Beatles' Octopus's Garden, scuba divers equipped with an Integrated Diver Display Mask (IDDM) from Oceanic Worldwide can have fun and feel safe while the mask minds little details like bottom time, oxygen supply, and depth of dive.

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Um, What Is This Thing?   June 1, 2005
By: Sensors Staff

If hearing this question from a teenaged grocery clerk holding up a cucumber leaves you staring in disbelief and worrying about the future of the free world, you're going to love IBM's Intelligent Scale with the company's Veggie Vision software. Unlike a youngster raised on pizza and toaster...more >>




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