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Sensors Insights By Charlie Sorbo

Level Best—Keeping Up with Sensor Technology
Level measurement plays a fundamental role in many industrial and process control applications. Driven by the demands of OEMs and end users alike, designers constantly improve level sensor reliability and precision and reduce maintenance requirements. These innovations offer huge potential. To achieve optimum sensor performance, however, you need to match the device's specifications with the application's requirements, and to do this, you must stay current with evolving sensor technology. continued

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Preventice Earns ISO 13485: 2003 Certification
The determination indicates that the company has met comprehensive quality management requirements for the design and manufacture of medical devices. continued


Soitec Licences IP to TSMC
The intellectual property (IP) relates to backside illumination, a key enabling technology in the race to develop small-pixel, high-quality image sensors for consumer products. continued

Freescale Announces Term Loan Increase
The facility increase from $300 million to $800 million will be used to redeem, repurchase, or otherwise acquire senior secured notes and to pay related redemption premiums and fees. continued

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ON Semiconductor Unveils Slave Transceiver
The NCN5150 integrated unit harnesses the power of M-BUS communications to enable remote meter-reading applications, including multi-energy, heating and cooling, and water and gas meters. continued

The Eye Tribe Announces The Eye Tracker
The small USB 3.0 device plugs into Windows computers and mobile devices and enables hands-free navigation and control of Web sites and apps, eye-activated login, and cloud-based user engagement analytics via high-resolution eye-tracking sensors. continued

AXIe Announces Development Tools
The tools from Elma Electronic and Hiller Measurements are designed to help vendors and system integrators quickly develop and deploy AXIe-based instruments and systems. continued

Gladiator Unveils New LandMark 50 Gyro
The MEMS vertical gyro promises to deliver high-accuracy pitch and roll angle outputs with low ARW noise. continued

Apple Debuts iOS 7
The operating system has a redesigned user interface, provides deep integration with the new Touch ID sensor, and takes full advantage of the new iSight camera sensor. continued

FARO Unveils the Edge ScanArm ES
The unit combines the flexibility of the FaroArm with the power of the new laser line probe, leveraging Enhanced Scanning Technology to boost performance by improving the ability to scan challenging surfaces. continued

Exelis Delivers WorldView-3 Sensor Platform
The integrated, multimodality system provides DigitalGlobe's satellite with a telescope, sensors, and shortwave infrared subsystem, supporting applications like soil and vegetation analysis, environmental monitoring, and land mapping. continued

TRW Announces Next-Generation Radar Technology
The AC1000 family promises to be one of the key building blocks enabling more sophisticated automotive safety features and supporting semi-automated driving functionality. continued

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Flexpoint and Bend Tech Receive Funding
The two companies will use the capital to develop a smart shoe that can collect data on an athlete's balance, performance, and other pertinent parameters and transmit it to smartphones and other wireless devices to enable real-time analysis. continued


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