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June 1, 2012     

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Sensors Insights By Jennifer Ernst

Printed Electronics: A New Revolution
An electronic time/temperature sensor for 30 cents? Yes, really. This printed electronic temperature sensor is under development for monitoring perishable goods and pharmaceuticals and is the first of a breed of ultra-low-cost electronic sensor devices enabled by a new manufacturing approach—printing rather than lithography. continued

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Universities Chosen For 2013 X-Hab Innovation Challenge
NASA has chosen five universities to participate in the habitat system design contest. continued

Qualtré Gains $10M in Funding
Financing will be used to fuel the launch of multiple products based on the company's differentiated MEMS BAW gyroscope. continued


Large Assembly and Test Facility Selects Rudolph NSX Series
Wafer-level packaging drives inspection market growth, as demonstrated by this large order for 14 NSX inspection systems. continued


Point of Care Testing, Applications of Microfluidics
The POC testing market based on microfluidics technology will reach more than $16B in 2017, announces Yole Développement. continued

Analysis of the Proximity, Displacement Sensors Markets
Research and Markets offers the Frost & Sullivan analysis of the worldwide market for proximity and displacement sensors. continued

The Big Three Predictions by Frost & Sullivan
Key areas of growth within industrial automation and process control will be energy efficiency and sustainability, smart technologies and the influence from BRIC and other emerging economies. continued

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OmniVision Announces 12.7-Megapixel Image Sensor
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TI Delivers Integrated Ultrasonic Signal Conditioner
Designed for automotive parking distance applications, the PGA450-Q1's single-chip integration brings performance and programmability to TI's catalog portfolio. continued

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