How will MEMS and sensors enable the evolution of the automotive industry? Davide Bruno explains how we're edging closer to a future of fully autonomous vehicles.
The MAX31889 digital temperature sensor is designed to replace resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) in precise temperature-sensitive applications, while the MAX31825 digital temperature sensor enables up to 64 devices per bus to reduce wiring complexity.
The InfinityGlove allows users to mimic a variety of in-game controls using simple hand gestures, without the need for additional wiring to connect it to a computer.
The IWR6x mmWave sensors, from Texas Instruments (TI), allow engineers to integrate mmWave technology into a broad range of factory automation, radar, robotics and building automation designs.
Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence system that recognises hand gestures by combining skin-like electronics with computer vision.
Researchers have developed a way to equip robots with an exceptional sense of touch, as well as the ability to process sensory information quickly and intelligently.
Developers can quickly and easily design sensors into places where they never used to fit with the MAXM86146 dual-photodetector optical sensor solution, from Maxim Integrated Products.
Every two minutes there is an accident caused by wildlife on German roads, at a cost to the insurance industry of more than €600 million in 2015 alone.
Renesas Electronics has announced a precision temperature sensor, the TS5111, targeting DDR5 memory modules as well as a host of other applications such as solid-state disks (SSDs), computing motherboards and communications equipment that require real-time temperature monitoring.