Structured light, time-of-flight, or active stereo vision: ams delivers the right 3D sensing technology for your specialized mobile or automotive applications – from solid-state LiDAR via 3D car access and commands, to 3D solutions and advanced hearing for robotics and artificial intelligence. Learn more.
The NEW PulStar® L-95 is a field proven winner for liquids/solids monitoring in distance ranges of 8in. – 20ft. Chemical resistant and programmable with 1 sec. sampling! All products are high quality and made in the U.S. at Massa - the family company you can trust. Learn More.
Technologic Systems has been in business for 32 years and have never discontinued a product. We offer a wide variety of single board computers, computer-on-modules, touch panel PCs, PC/104 and other peripherals, and industrial controllers that satisfy most embedded project requirements. Learn more here.
Introducing Senseair Sunrise CO2 Sensor (SE-11), the NDIR Next Generation, Low-power Infrared LED sensing technology. LED light sources enable sensor modules with advanced speed, worldwide flexibility, and precise & accurate measurements for safety solutions making this sensor a par above the rest. Learn more.
Sensors made by Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG have been used in space projects since the mid-nineties. Beginning of 2018 IST AG obtained the ESCC qualification for a thin-film based series of platinum temperature sensors which makes them a worldwide standard for use in space missions. Learn more here.
A drone can be used to steal footage of major events, interfere in commercial airspace, deliver military-grade projectiles and observe surreptitiously. This white paper presents an overview of UAVs: what they are, how they are used, and how to prevent these devices from interfering with operations. Learn more here.
Rapid prototyping with 3D printing helps teams communicate with stakeholders and ultimately results in better end products. Download the white paper now if you want more information on:
- How designers can receive feedback and quickly iterate designs
- Considerations to ensure optimal cost savings and value for your rapid prototyping applications
- What factors to consider in choosing the right option for you and your company
- An overview of the primary 3D printing rapid prototyping methods
For manufacturers, maximizing production speed while maintaining high part quality is critical for success. Jigs and fixtures are used to make manufacturing and assembly processes simpler and more reliable, reducing cycle times and improving worker safety.
Download our Designing 3D Printed Jigs and Fixtures guide to learn:
- Jig and Fixture Design Basics
- Applications for 3D Printed Jigs and Fixtures
- Best Practices for Designing & Using 3D Printing Fixtures
- Validating a Printed Fixture
- Workflow Considerations
Moldmaking with desktop 3D printing opens up a world of production materials, and provides the ability to produce short run batches and test mold designs prior to committing to expensive tooling. Download the white paper now to learn:
- Techniques for prototyping and production
- How 3D printing can be used for injection molding
- Thermoforming using 3D printed parts
- How to cast with elastomers
Producing parts that reference real-world objects can be an essential element to technical workflows, from precision engineering to art.This white paper provides a detailed look into how to start using 3D scanning to improve part design and production and how, paired with 3D printing, scanning technology workflows can be effectively applied to replication and restoration, reverse engineering, and metrology. Download our 3D Scanning for Reverse Engineering, Restoration, and Metrology guide for more information on:
- How 3D Scanning Complement 3D Printing
- Which Scanner Do You Need
- Replication and Restoration
- Reverse Engineering and 3D Printing
With rapid prototyping, designers and engineers can create prototypes directly from CAD data faster than ever before, and execute quick and frequent revisions of their designs based on real-world testing and feedback.
Download our The Ultimate Guide to Rapid Prototyping for Product Development to learn:
- How rapid prototyping fits into the product design process
- The applications of rapid prototyping from concept models to manufacturing
- An overview and comparison of 3D printing technologies for rapid prototyping: FDM vs. SLA vs. SLS
Design for manufacturing reduces costs and time to market, and produces significant improvements in quality and reliability. It is imperative to always consider DFM principles when developing a new component or product. Analyzing existing components to verify that they are efficiently designed and manufactured may also yield considerable results. Download the whitepaper now for more information on:
- General DFM Rules and Principles
- DFM Considerations Reliant on the Manufacturing Technology
- Accelerate and Simplify DFM With 3D Printing
- Custom Manufacturing
Debugging an embedded system is one of the most time consuming and expensive activities that embedded software developers engage in. Survey results show that the average team spends 40% of a development cycle debugging their software! Developers can easily prevent, detect and eliminate defects to dramatically decrease the time spent troubleshooting which can accelerate their development, decrease costs and improve product reliability. In this session, we are going to examine several techniques that can be used to quickly detect defects. We will develop a robust process that attendees can follow and implement to decrease the time they spend debugging and spend more time innovating.
This session will utilize hands-on demonstrations using ST Microelectronics STM32, arm Keil MDK with ULINKplus and Percepio Tracealyzer 4 with source code being readily available for attendees.
- How to effectively decrease the time spent troubleshooting software
- The differences between bugs, defects and errors
- 8 Troubleshooting techniques for embedded systems
- A code start-up process to prevent defects
- Leveraging trace technology to detect defects
- Tools necessary to troubleshoot a system
- Troubleshooting best practices
Wirelessly connected sensors pose a major problem when considering batteries as the sole source of power - battery life. Converting the available energy from a variety of sources to electricity, or energy harvesting, provides an alternative to frequently changing batteries in wireless sensing applications.
This webinar will preview the challenges and solutions of using energy harvesting techniques of varying types for powering sensors in wireless and other ultralow power applications. Register now.
The webinar will provide a “sneak preview” of several of the approximately 14 technical presentations from noted speakers representing the world’s leading research and commercial organizations in this field who will participate in the all-day preconference workshop scheduled as part of Sensors Expo 2018. Register now!