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This article is based on a study, sponsored under the Department of Trade and Industry Advanced Sensors Technology Transfer Programme ASTTP, into the Market Requirements and Opportunities for Advanced Sensors in the Healthcare Industry,
Recognition of a tactile image independent of position, size and orientation has been a goal of much recent research. Many tasks e.g. parts identification often give rise to situations which demand a more generalized methodology than the derivation of a single forward measurement, such as the...
Biosensors are chemical sensors with a biological component which is normally used to impart selectivity to the sensor. Such devices have been under development for more than 20 years. Most particularly, the clinical and health care markets have been addressed since these were seen as being both...
With the increasing optimization of turbine engines, there is a growing demand for precise measurement equipment. The minimal tip blade clearance in such an engine is one of the main parameters governing its efficiency. It is not sufficient to rely on laboratory results but to prove them under...
Behind every system using sensors are the software and hardware for interpreting the output of the sensors. During recent years there have been important developments in signal processing, and a colloquium in September at the University of Southampton Institute of Transducer Technology brought...
Unwarranted squeaks and rattles in delivered products may be perceived by the customer as an indication of poor quality. Moreover, they may be indicative of component or assembly faults leading to reduced life or unreliable operation.
The Control & Instrumentation Exhibition, with a 23year history, took place at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, 2527 May 1993. The emphasis, as usual, was on process engineering and sensors in many forms were much in evidence.
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