Tag Archives: sensors

Sensor City launches new initiative to ignite growth in IoT-based businesses

Sensor City, a global hub for the development of sensor technology and rapid prototyping, has launched a new initiative to support businesses with challenges relating to IoT implementation. The initiative is aimed at UK businesses and will support them to successfully design, develop, and implement sensor based and IoT technologies across …

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Diodes Incorporated wins prestigious Manufacturing Site of the Year award

Diodes Incorporated‘s manufacturing facilities in Oldham have been declared the UK electronic systems industry’s best in 2019 at the TechWorks Awards. Testament to Diodes’ manufacturing prowess, the three-strong shortlist also featured a second Diodes site. The awards celebrate the year’s key electronics innovations, people and companies from across the UK and …

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FocalSpec joins LMI Technologies group

Finnish technology company FocalSpec has been acquired by TKH Group, a Dutch listed technology company.  FocalSpec will join the LMI Technologies group, owned by TKH and strengthen further its position in inline metrology. FocalSpec is a global pioneer in designing and manufacturing high-precision, high-speed optical sensors.  Their unique and patented …

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Compact depth sensor inspired by spiders

For all our technological advances, nothing beats evolution when it comes to research and development. Take jumping spiders. These small arachnids have impressive depth perception despite their tiny brains, allowing them to accurately pounce on unsuspecting targets from several body lengths away. Inspired by these spiders, researchers at the Harvard …

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MTS Systems lines up to present at the Baird’s 2019 Global Industrial Conference

MTS Systems Corporation, a leading global supplier of high-performance test systems, motion simulators and sensors, has announced that Dr. Jeffrey Graves, President and CEO, will make a presentation to the investment community at the Baird 2019 Global Industrial Conference on Thursday, November 7, at 11:00 a.m. CT, at the Four Seasons Hotel …

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TE Connectivity to present at Baird’s 2019 Global Industrial Conference

TE Connectivity, a leader in connectivity and sensors, announced today that Chief Executive Officer Terrence Curtin will present at Baird’s 2019 Global Industrial Conference on Wednesday November 6, 2019, at 8:00 a.m. CT at the Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago. A live audio webcast  of the conference will be available in the events section of TE Connectivity’s investor …

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NUS innovation paves the way for sensor interfaces that are 30 times smaller

The Green IC research group in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Faculty of Engineering invented a novel class of Digital-to-Analogue (DAC) and Analogue-to-Digital Converters (ADC) that can be entirely designed with a fully-automated digital design methodology, thanks to its fully-digital architecture …

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TruSail selects Ixthus Instrumentation for performance sailing systems measurement

TruSail is a UK-based performance sailing specialist and the name of a modular wireless sensing telemetry system that provides a unique scientific and measurable tool for racing sailboats. Used for expert training by elite sailors and coaches, typically competing at national, international and Olympic level, the system includes real-time measurement …

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Hanwell technology helps museum host top collection

Reliable environmental monitoring data gathered by wireless monitoring solutions from Hanwell Solutions proved invaluable for a charity museum looking to secure the Government Indemnity Scheme to insure an art collection borrowed from the Ben Uri Gallery. Paintings, from an exhibition on emigrants, selected by the curators at volunteer-run Bushey Museum …

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Protecting smart machines from smart attacks

Machines’ ability to learn by processing data gleaned from sensors underlies automated vehicles, medical devices and a host of other emerging technologies. But that learning ability leaves systems vulnerable to hackers in unexpected ways, researchers at Princeton University have found. In a series of recent papers, a research team has …

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