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May 17, 2013     

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Sensors Insights By Melanie Martella

Sensor Technology as Inspiration
The theme for this year's Sensors Expo is sensor technology driving solutions. Our theme reflects the power sensors have to change our work, our play, and our world and our two keynotes illustrate just what happens when technology and inspiration meet to achieve solutions, whether interacting with our environment (and having it interact with us) or visiting another planet entirely. continued

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Temperature Sensor Market Projected to Grow
The Global Industry Analysts' report titled "Temperature Sensors: Market Research Report," available at, forecasts the sector will expand, driven by growing use of the technology in the petrochemicals industry. continued



Molex Connectors Conform to M8 Standards
The compact Brad Nano-Change connectors are designed for industrial, aerospace, and defense sensor and actuator network connectivity, delivering superior reliability in tight spaces. continued

Penclic Announces Bluetooth B2 Mouse
The wireless computer accessory functions like a pen, with quick, precise control. continued

Sencio nCapsulate Cuts System Assembly Costs
The packaging technology enables sensor and MEMS encapsulation that delivers the same excellent protection as traditional packages, but it also allows the encapsulation to be formed into any shape required, allowing manufacturers to streamline assembly steps. continued

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Anomet Offers Composite-Clad Metal Wire
The precious metal-clad wire and ribbon can be used to replace pure platinum, gold, and silver in aerospace, electronics, medical connector, implantable device, and sensor applications at one-tenth the cost, with a promised improvement in performance. continued

MDT Introduces TMR Magnetic Switch Sensors
The MMS2X1H omnipolar switch and MMS1X1H bipolar switch feature ultra-low power and promise high-performance, targeting battery-powered, high-speed smart flow meter applications. continued

TI Announces the DLP LightCrafter 4500
The development kit provides a targeted feature set to help developers create 3D measurement tools for machine vision and quality control, dental and retinal scanning devices, spectrometers, and augmented reality devices. continued

Sensor Platforms Ports Sensor Fusion Software
The company's FreeMotion Library is now optimized for the NVIDIA Tegra 4 mobile processor reference platform. continued

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MEMS Industry Group Hosts Sensors Expo Events
The organization has announced its conference and exposition line-up, which includes a preconference symposium on sensor fusion, a conference track that examines MEMS in global markets, and a pavilion showcasing innovations. continued

Ibeo and TASS Collaborate
The two companies will work to advance next-generation driver-assistance systems in the field of automated scenario generation by linking their simulation and laser scanner technologies. continued

ThingWorx and Tech Mahindra Collaborate
The partnership combines Tech Mahindra's system integration capabilities with ThingWorx' M2M platform, enabling rapid deployment of M2M and Internet of Things applications. continued

TowerJazz and TLi Korea Collaborate
The joint effort will focus on sensor ICs, targeting the $1.7 billion worldwide mobile phone market. continued


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