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April 13, 2012     

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Sensors Insights By Melanie Martella

April R&D Round Up
This month we've got tiny, self-sealing air samplers, a gel that could be used to create artificial skin for robots, and even hardier Hall effect sensors. Let's get to it, shall we? continued

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Etch Technology Moves into CIS Market
Mattson Technology's paradigmE system integrated into production process of major CMOS image sensor manufacturer. continued

ESA Awards Contract to ON Semiconductor
The agreement provides for development of the next-generation Star Tracker CMOS image sensor and recognizes ON Semiconductor's commitment to the long-term support of the aerospace electronics market. continued

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Organic Electronics Market Growth Predicted
Transparency Market Research report anticipates this area of electronics will reach $44.8 billion in 2018. continued


RAE Systems Offers Wireless Safety System
The ProRAE Guardian real-time threat-detection system delivers time-critical data on toxic and flammable gases, chemical warfare agents, radiation, and responders' physiological condition and location. continued

NASA Extends Kepler Mission Through 2016
The extended mission will allow Kepler to search for planets in longer period orbits, like Earth, in the habitable zones, the region in the planetary system where liquid water could exist. continued

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NASA and Space Systems/Loral Collaborate
The Space Technology Program has selected SS/L's satellite platform to help enable the next era of space communications. continued

OmniVision and Ambu Collaborate
The joint effort integrates OmniVision's ultra-compact image sensor into Ambu's aScope 2, enabling a single-use intubation scope for minimally invasive and accurate medical imaging. continued

M2M System Enhances African Health Services
Sequoia Technology and Telit Wireless have created a life-saving application, funded by the Clinton Foundation and Mozambique Ministry of Health, that saves thousands of African children from mother-to-child HIV infection. continued

Wireless Smart Utility Network Alliance Formed
A group of companies announced the creation of an alliance to support certification and promotion of an interconnect standard for wireless smart grid devices to better communicate from remote locations and with home appliances. continued

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