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The magnetic field generated or disturbed by an object is often overlooked when we need to inspect or detect it. In this tutorial Steve Macintyre describes the fundamental design principles of a range of magnetic field sensors.
This article describes the design and application of underwater cable location systems.
Industrial machine vision gained a reputation in the 1980s for being expensive and unreliable. Martin Coulthard of Surface Inspection Ltd discusses how its reputation might be restored by creating effective solutions for the right applications, and illustrates this by describing the...
Dr John Fleming is the coordinator of the Department of Trade and Industry's Advanced Sensors Technology Transfer Programme, which sponsored the seminar reported on page 21. Here he talks to Jack Hollingum about the aims of the programme.
Business opportunities in advanced sensors were highlighted at a seminar sponsored under the DTI Advanced Sensors Technology Transfer Programme.
Introduction Optical sensors, and especially fibre optic sensors, offer some significant technical advantages over conventional electronic sensors. These technical advantages have been perceived to be sufficiently significant to have stimulated a large amount of research activity in the UK and...
It is often said that the British have produced many of the world's greatest inventions but that it is all too frequently the case that other countries have benefited more from them than Great Britain. Nowadays, the flow of technical information is extremely rapid and good ideas will be put into...
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