The sensor is designed to simplify water intrusion monitoring in crawl spaces, sub-floor areas, basements and elevator shafts, and locations where water damage is a threat to valuable materials, machinery or electronics.
Researchers have developed a new technology that identifies objects and executes actions following a simple knock against a smartphone. The software is powered by machine learning that analyses sounds, vibrations and other reactions.
The CAN-MD (Controller Area Network – Machinery Diagnostics) accelerometer, from Dytran Instruments, is a bus-based, digital smart accelerometer network with configurable firmware for machinery health monitoring and diagnostics.
Balluff's BMP series of intelligent displacement sensors provide not only the absolute position signal for the stroke travel of a piston via IO-Link, but also information about the sensor status and the current ambient conditions.
European researchers have developed flexible and transparent wearable devices that are conformable to the skin, providing continuous measurements of multiple human vital signs.
Advantech's WISE-4210 series of IoT wireless sensor devices includes a wireless LPWAN-to-Ethernet AP and three wireless sensor nodes.
Computer scientists have developed a user-friendly, stretch-sensing data glove to capture real-time, interactive hand poses with precision.
The G-Link-200 is a battery-powered, wireless, 3-axis accelerometer with a rugged, weatherproof enclosure.
Asynchronous Coded Electronic Skin has ultrahigh responsiveness and robustness to damage, and can be paired with any kind of sensor skin layers to function effectively as an electronic skin.
The Dytran series 3623 is an IEPE, case isolated, IP68 rated (submersed to 175 psi) triaxial accelerometer.
The Dytran 3133 series of ultraminiature, hermetically sealed, IEPE triaxial accelerometers, weighing just 0.8 g, are designed to mount in spaces inaccessible to other types of accelerometers.