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  • 6/04
    Solar-powered SpeedInfo Sensors Bring Real-time Traffic Data to Ohio
    Ohio Department of Transportation Deploys More Than 1,000 SpeedInfo Sensors Along Key Metropolitan Interstates and Highways By SpeedInfo, Inc. Published: Wednesday, Apr. 4, 2012 - 8:52 am SAN JOSE, Calif., April 4, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Whether heading to
  • 6/04
    Micro-Epsilon has launched a new high accuracy, non-contact capacitive
    With the capaNCDT CSG module, electrodes are applied to the top, front and back of a 20cm long printed circuit board substrate. Using the sensor electrodes and the differential calculation method, the width of a gap can be determined accurately whilst moving the sensor into the gap.  The
  • 6/04
    Ladies And Gentlemen, Start Your Wearable Electronic Sensors
      Professional racing is an extreme sport. Drivers battle super-hot temperatures and G-forces for hours. To survive a race, let alone win one, a driver needs to be in top physical health. A startup called MC10 based in Cambridge, Mass., is making wearable electronics
  • 1/04
    Diabetes sensor for iPhone
    Sanofi launches diabetes sensor for iPhone By Peter Nowak  | March 30, 2012     Tomorrow's brave new world  A souped-up, high-tech you Conan O'Brien knows what you'll really use iPhone's Siri for
  • 30/03
    Field Report: Sensors in Design 2012
      Director and senior technology analyst, Techcet Group Sensors in Design 2012 was opened March 28 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center, in conjunction with Design West, an agglomeration of seven individual design-related symposia with a common exhibition floor. This is my
  • 30/03
    Proximity Sensors used in The Hi-Tech Field
    Hi-tech camera lets you 'frame' shots using your fingers - and you 'zoom in' by moving it away from your face    **Proximity sensor lets you 'zoom' by moving camera away from your face   '**Frame' of fingers works like a viewfinder Many amateur photographers have held up a
  • 29/03
    SENSOR KOWNLEDGE FROM Wikipedia
         A sensor (also called detector) is a converter that measures a physical quantity and converts it into a signal which can be read by an observer or by an (today mostly electronic) instrument. For example, a mercury-in-glass thermometer converts the measured