November issue of Instrumentation Monthly published online

The digital edition of the November issue of Instrumentation Monthly has been published.

In this issue, in Monitoring & metering, we learn more about the stricter monitoring requirements for combustion emissions. We also find out about environmental monitoring.

In our Internet of Things feature, we find out about the impact AI has, and its regulation will have, on manufacturing.

We explore the quality control machinery used in the manufacture of military vehicle parts in Test & measurement. We also learn how aerodynamic pressure scanning is improving race results. Also in this feature, we find out how the quality of ejector seats is measured.

The option of test-driving enclosure solutions is explored in Cases & enclosures.

Maximising turbidity and total suspended solids measurement accuracy is put under the spotlight in Water monitoring.

In Data acquisition, we discover more about noise analysis of precision data acquisition signal chain.

In Thermal imaging & vision systems, we find out how autonomous vision systems can improve quality assurance and cut costs..

Sensors & Instrumentation Live will return to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2019. A new exhibition website has just been launched. Find out more on page 20 .

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