Keyword: Wireless Sensors
Transmitters for OPTIWAVE frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar level transmitters are designed for liquid and solid applications.
Healthcare devices are now quite entrenched in remote monitoring, providing valuable real-time information, without being tethered to a healthcare facility.
As farmers look to operate more profitably, many are adopting wireless technology to better track, control, and connect different operations.
The latest trend in automated guided vehicles (AGVs) is the shift to autonomous vehicles that tap into wireless technology.
Specifying Intrinsically Safe Remote Monitoring Sensor Systems for Hazardous Class I, Division 1 Environments involves wireless sensor networks operating in hazardous areas.
How do you ensure that passengers enjoy a first class airport experience, from the moment they enter the car park to boarding the plane and at every stage in between? Flow-measurement data offers solutions.
So what has horse racing got to do with the Internet of Things (IoT)?
Software and hardware supporting latest Bluetooth mesh spec expand revenue opportunities for industrial and smart-home markets by reducing development time by six months.
The Four Benefits of Using a Gateway in Your IoT Design
Laird’s new RS191 / RS186 – which will be displayed at Sensors Expo, June 27-29, at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose