Soft Stretchy Sensors

When the sensor is integrated into a wearable device and placed across a joint, it is stretched when the joint moves. We can correlate the joint's movement and sensor's capacitance change in order to monitor motion.

Sensors Expo & Conference Partners with Xconomy for Robo Madness West co-location

5th annual event to feature brightest minds and hottest technologies in the world of robotics

New Open Loop Current Transducers With Near Closed Loop Performance

Measured performance is at the level expected and increases the range of applications which may be addressed by open loop transducers instead of more complex solutions.

Novotechnik - New High Reliability Angle Sensors

Designed to operate in harsh environments and have high immunity to emissions

Sensors On Display: Velodyne LiDAR Featured in 'Robot Revolution,' National Touring Exhibit From Chicago Museum of Science and Industry

In Silicon Valley, Computer Museum Extends Run of 'History of Autonomous Vehicles,' Showcasing Velodyne LiDAR Sensor Technology

New Anaren "Sensor Element Library" Enables Easy Integration of Sensor Drivers and Intelligence into IoT Devices

Anaren Launches Atmosphere Sensor Partnership Program to support its Wireless Connectivity Ecosystem

Vision Integrator, Integro Technologies Announces Partnership with ifm efector

Integro Technologies, a world leader in vision system integration, announces a partnership agreement with ifm efector, a premier technology partner for sensors and controls. As one of the world's largest and fastest-growing manufacturers of sensors and controls products, ifm produces over 8 million sensors annually.

Marktech Introduces New Line of APDs

Cost-effective and ideally suited for extreme low light conditions, Marktech Silicon Avalanche photodiodes (Si APD) are the preferred optical detectors

MEMSIC to Showcase its Latest Sensing Solutions at Sensors Expo and Conference 2015

June 10-11 2015 at the Long Beach Convention Center, CA

2015 Sensors Expo & Conference to Feature the Industry's Most Innovative Sensor Technologies and Applications

30th Anniversary event will showcase more than 200 cutting-edge sensor applications.

Perception Neuron Wraps Up Silicon Valley Tour After Attending Maker Faire and SVVR 2015

The world's first fully adaptive and affordable motion capture system made a guest appearance at Maker Faire Bay Area, and offered virtual reality demos and joined industry luminaries in a panel about the future of Virtual Reality input devices during SVVR in San Jose

PIL Launches New P53 Steel Head Ultrasonic Sensor for Use in Harsh Environments

Hoffmann-Krippner partners with PIL for distribution in the US and Canada

Hoffmann-Krippner To Roll Out New Sensor Technologies at Sensors Expo

Georgia based company provides the best of German Sensor Technology to US OEMS for medical, industrial, transportation, testing and other applications

PIL Launches P43 Long Range UltraSonic Sensors

Provides industry's greatest range - up to 6000 millimeters ----- PIL Partners with Hoffmann-Krippner for distribution in the US and Canada

Inductive Linear Sensors

Today's applications require their sensor's feedback in much quicker intervals. The faster the response, the faster the production or through put of work, which results in a low cost per unit or operation.

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