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Tuesday 12th February 2019
Tuesday 5th February 2019
Denselight subsidiary announces two new high-performance 1650nm lasers
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Monday 4th February 2019
Quantum sensor for nuclear magnetic resonance. Credit: Jorge Casanova. UPV/EHU
Tuesday 29th January 2019
Thomas Brand from Analog Devices explains the demands on sensors for future servicing
Tuesday 29th January 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI) is presently revolutionizing many diverse aspects of our society. For example, by combining the advancements in data mining and deep learning, it is now feasible to utilize AI to analyze large chunks of data from various sources, to identify patterns, provide interactive insights and make intelligent predictions. Kaustubh Gandhi, Product Manager Software, Bosch Sensortec discusses.
Tuesday 29th January 2019
With the growth of new applications, there is a rapidly increasing demand for new and more sophisticated sensors. Nicolas Sauvage, Sr. Director Ecosystem at InvenSense explains why.
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Tuesday 29th January 2019
Up until now bats have been the advocates of being able to navigate with sound. They rely on echolocation to detect obstacles in flight, forage for food and to “see” in dark caves. Now the Munich-based startup Toposens managed to extract the bat’s trick to navigate and use it to detect people and objects accurately. The company thereby developed the first 3D ultrasound sensor worldwide.
Tuesday 29th January 2019
We live in a connected world: It is only a matter of time before hundreds of billions of connected IoT devices and sensors provide mankind with ubiquitous information… or is it really? What is certain is that key issues remain to be solved for these optimistic projections to be realised, and energy supply is one of them: how can these billions or even trillions of devices be powered, sustainably and cost-effectively asks Mathieu Bellanger, CTO of Lightricity?
Monday 28th January 2019
The MLX90340 is an absolute position sensor based on the Melexis Triaxis Hall technology targeted for various applications in consumer and industrial markets. With a key set of core parameters, the MLX90340 addresses the essence: simple and robust position sensing. It offers the best flexibility to measure a 360 degrees rotational (end-of-shaft or through-shaft) and up to a +/- 20 mm linear magnet movement. This new device consists of a Triaxis Hall magnetic front-end, an analog to digital signal conditioner, a DSP for advanced signal processing and one output stage driver. Due to the Integrated Magneto Concentrator (IMC), it is sensitive to magnetic flux in three planes (X, Y & Z) enabling the design of non-contact position sensors with an Analog or PWM output. The MLX90340 is available in both a single die (SOIC-8) and fully redundant dual-die (TSSOP-16) package for safety-critical applications. It will complement the successful automotive grade MLX90365 by adding three different temperature ranges for cost-effective applications. Additionally, Melexis offers four pre-programmed versions customized for various rotation ranges. These provide an analog voltage from 10% to 90% of the supply voltage over an angle span of 90, 180, 270, or 360 degrees, avoiding the need for additional programming at the customers’ side and enabling embedded designs where the power ground and output pins are not accessible.
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Monday 28th January 2019
The Internet of Things (IoT) is now already reality in multiple application areas. Smart sensors used in smart cities, autonomous driving, home and building automation (HABA), industrial applications, etc. experience challenging requirements in large interconnected networks. A significant increase of data transmission and required bandwidth, leading to an overload of the communication infrastructure can be expected. To mitigate this, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in smart sensors can significantly reduce the amount of data exchange within the networks. Philipp Jantscher from ams AG explains.
Wednesday 23rd January 2019
Targets advanced sensing and interconnectivity for AI processing and 5G backhaul
Wednesday 23rd January 2019
The future of the water heater industry lies in the energy efficient, smart and connected devices. The water heater will be an integral part of the smart home. The market is already familiar with the smart water heater concept, but this product category is still in its early stage. Lazar Ćurčija, Product Manager for Smart Thermostats in Euroicc explains why.
Monday 14th January 2019
In the sensor, gold nanodisks are arranged in squares. The arrangement causes the sensor to emit UV light (in blue). (V.K Valev and D.C Hooper)

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