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IOT Continuous Level Monitoring is Plug ‘n Play with PulStar®
Massa Products Corporation

PulStar® Ultrasonic Sensors are ultra-compact, durable and offer a variety of communication outputs for installation simplicity. Ideal for short to mid-range distance measurement applications. Performance is not impacted by material color or opacity. Get MassaSonic® narrow-beam technology now!


Customer Experience Part 1: Are You Treating Your Best Customers Like Criminals?
November 14, 2018 | 2pm ET / 11am PT | LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Don't miss this webinar series dedicated to emerging cybercrime trends, their impacts on customer experience, and how one crucial tool – a Digital Identity Network - can be used to reduce friction while mitigating risk throughout the customer journey. Register now!

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New OTA eGuide: 8 things to consider for massive MIMO
Rohde & Schwarz

Download the massive MIMO eGuide to get a concise overview of what massive MIMO is all about and to learn more about the challenges related to testing antenna arrays.

Why use infrared cameras in semiconductor inspection applications?

Download this article now! We explain why companies are looking to short-wave infrared (SWIR) cameras as an effective tool for failure analysis applications. The advantages of the SWIR cameras over conventional imagers are also outlined.  

We present some of the inspection methods available today. Discover the variety of inspection applications enabled using infrared imaging, such as:

  • Photon emission microscopy (PEM)
  • Electroluminescence imaging
  • Photoluminescence imaging
ANSI Thermocouple Connectors

Direct from the Manufacturer – a complete range of Thermocouple Connectors, in Ansi, Iec, and Jis Calibration types. Click here to watch the video now!

​​​​​​​Labfacility have been manufacturing Thermocouple Connectors for over 40 years and offer, from stock, for immediate despatch worldwide. Available online now –

Embedded Online: Jump Start Code Development to Minimize Software Defects
Now Available On-Demand | Beningo Embedded Group

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.

Key Take-A-Ways:
-    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

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Sensors Expo Sneak Preview: Energy Harvesting and Energy-Efficient Power Solutions for Sensor Applications
Now Available On-Demand | Sensors Online

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.

Sensors Sneak Preview: Commercialization Opportunities for Printed/Flexible/Stretchable and Functional Fabric Sensors and Sensor-Based Systems for IoT and Wearables
Now Available On-Demand | Sensors Online

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!

New Small, Low-Power, MOX VOC Sensors: How Might They Be Used for Indoor Air Quality Monitoring?

Stories in the news media are heightening people’s awareness of the importance of the quality of the air we breathe both indoors and out. The average human inhales about 15kg of air a day, 80% of it indoors. And while the quality of outdoor air is routinely monitored by public agencies, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring is the responsibility of the building’s operator or occupier. A new generation of small, surface-mount, low-power VOC (volatile organic compound) gas sensors offering the potential for distributed, local IAQ monitoring by small and affordable devices, and therefore for more responsive operation of air-moving and air-filtering equipment in buildings.

This article explains the operation of these new VOC sensors and the differences between them and absolute single-gas sensors. It also shows how they can provide data which enables air management equipment to respond most efficiently and effectively to variations in indoor air quality. Download now!