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Sensors Insights By Melanie Martella

May R&D Round Up
This month's collection of clever and useful research and development stories includes a system to gather more and better data on how explosions affect soldiers and a continuous UV sensor. continued

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AWARDS

Proteus Digital Health Completes $62.5 Million Financing
Proceeds to advance development of digital medicine products. continued

ACQUISITIONS & CONTRACTS

LMI Technologies Acquires 3D3 Solutions
The acquisition allows LMI to expand into rapidly growing 3D scanning markets such as 3D printing and provides access to fast 3D visualization and mesh processing algorithms. continued

Jawbone to Acquire BodyMedia, Inc.
Acquisition will further Jawbone's leadership in wearable technology acquisition and accelerate technology innovations and IP in health and wellness. continued

Rudolph Purchases Selected Assets from Tamar Technology
Adds 3D measurement capability for advanced packaging applications; Tamar's unique and established technologies deliver critical process control metrology for flip-chip copper pillar bumping and other emerging applications. continued

Pleora Technologies Helps PHOTONIS
Innovative camera manufacturer looks to Pleora to provide low-risk camera interface solutions for its low-light camera family. continued

MARKET RESEARCH

NanoMarkets Issues Latest Report on Smart Lighting Market
Sees $3.8 billion (USD) opportunity in 2017. continued

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NEW TECHNOLOGIES and Products

DATEL Introduces ADC for High-Temperature Applications
The ADS-1201 Series is a robust, 12-bit, 1 MHz sampling ADC that can operate in temperatures up to 200°C. continued

L-3 Cincinnati Electronics Unveils Cooled IR Sensor
The NightWarrior 640 ultra-compact cooled infrared sensor is intended for size, weight, and power-sensitive platforms and applications. continued

Nivis to Open Source ISA100.11a, WirelessHART Platforms
Nivis announces open source availability for all software components for ISA100.11a and WirelessHART. continued

Roboteq Backs RIO Project on Kickstarter
The Raspberry PI-based Robot Navigation Computer project on Kickstarter creates an intelligent I/O card with an optional ARHS module that fit onto the Raspberry PI Linux SBC. continued

Infineon Offers High-Precision, Low-Power Hall Sensors
With its TLE496x Series, Infineon offers Hall sensors of high precision and high energy efficiency in ultra small SOT23 packages. continued

PAIRINGS & PARTNERSHIPS

Jenoptik, Phoenix Contact to Develop LED Machine Lights
This strategic collaboration between the two companies to develop intelligent LED machine lights is based on a long-term development and supply agreement concluded in 2012. continued

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