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Specialised sensors perform in extreme environments

Specialised sensors perform in extreme environments
It takes an extremely durable design to make reliable measurements in extreme conditions. Extreme environment position/displacement sensors perform where most sensors cannot survive. Guest piece by: Will Meenan, Kaman Precision Products / Measuring.
18th January 2018

Opening the door to digital spectral sensing solutions

Opening the door to digital spectral sensing solutions
Opening the door to a wide range of new spectral sensing applications, ams has launched the AS7265X, a cost-effective 18-channel multispectral sensor solution. The 18-channel 3-chip calibrated visible through near-infrared chipset is ideal for emerging spectral sensing applications such as horticulture, fluid quality/spectral component analysis and complex spectral identification, including anti-counterfeiting and authentication.
18th January 2018

What's in store for sensors?

What's in store for sensors?
A new era of connectivity in the digital age is being brought by the Internet of Things, as it connects critical business sectors through a network of secure data flow, analytics, and management. It’s also bringing numerous opportunities for sensor participants through security technologies required for remote services and enhanced accessibility of devices.
18th January 2018


Thermal activity sensor chosen for smart buildings project

Thermal activity sensor chosen for smart buildings project
Manufacturer of thermal sensors, ULIS, has announced that its Thermal Activity Sensor (TAS) for detecting true presence and people counting has been selected by Irlynx for integration in its advanced smart building device, People Sense. Irlynx will field test ULIS’ thermal sensor in several pilot studies it is undertaking with GE Digital, NEXITY and SNCF, among other smart occupancy and people counting projects linked to optimising open space areas and reducing building footprint.
17th January 2018

UV nail sensor helps protect you from skin cancer

UV nail sensor helps protect you from skin cancer
One of the hardest aspects of sunbathing is knowing when you've had too much UV (ultraviolet) exposure and remembering when to apply your next layer of sun cream. Experts at L'Oréal developed its first commercial sunscreen product in 1935, then furthered its 80-year commitment to sun safety with the unveiling of UV Sense, the first battery-free wearable electronic UV sensor at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
15th January 2018

Fluid-level sensing demonstration using TI mmWave sensors

This demonstration shows how TI's IWR mmWave sensors are enabling a smarter world by measuring the displacement of fluid in a container with millimeter accuracy.
15th January 2018

Sensor designed for angular position sensing in automotive applications

Sensor designed for angular position sensing in automotive applications
The dual die 360° angle sensor TLE5012BD from Infineon is designed for angular position sensing in automotive applications such as electrical commutated motors, steering angle measurements or general angular sensing. It detects the orientation of a magnetic field by measuring sine and cosine angle components with monolithic integrated Giant Magneto Resistance (iGMR) elements.
12th January 2018

Wireless earbud powered by ANC system

Wireless earbud powered by ANC system
  Supplier of high performance sensor solutions, ams, has revealed that global earbud manufacturer Nuheara is using the miniature ams AS3412 Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) IC to provide what it claims to be best-in-class hybrid noise cancellation and audio amplifier functions for its new Live IQ earbuds. Nuheara introduced its LiveIQ earbuds at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
11th January 2018

Automotive occupancy grid using TI’s single-chip mmWave sensor

This video demonstrates TI’s mmWave radar sensors enabling an occupancy grid (a top-down view of the reflectors outside of the car).
11th January 2018

Sensor chip lets you unlock your phone with your face

Sensor chip lets you unlock your phone with your face
  Everyone seems to be talking about unlocking smartphones by 3D face recognition instead of fingerprint or PIN. Making authentication more convenient and more secure, it may soon become indispensable for mobile payment applications and mobile ID. With the 3D image sensor chip from Infineon Technologies the unlock-with-your-face feature becomes smarter, faster and more reliable.
10th January 2018


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