Researchers have developed a skin patch equipped with nanotechnology and personalised artificial intelligence technology to monitor 11 human health signals.
Mouser has added several new products to its sensor portfolio, with most of the sensors featuring one or more serial bus interfaces (I2C, SPI and UART).
Researchers have developed a 3D-printed wearable device, called a "sweatainer", that can collect and analyse sweat for health monitoring.
The Würth Elektronik WSEN-ISDS motion sensor outputs pre-calibrated, processed data for application-specific functionalities of free-fall, wake-up, tap, activity, motion, tilt and orientation detection.
Hand-held magnetic field imaging equipment could be used in construction safety and medical diagnostics.
Researchers have developed a new technique to detect and characterise molecules with greater precision that could lead to advances in environmental monitoring.
The Digilent MCC USB-TEMP temperature measurement device is compact and portable, for ease of transport, and features a rugged design for harsh environments.
The XENSIV KIT CSK PASCO2 and XENSIV KIT CSK BGT60TR13C connected sensor kits from Infineon Technologies provide a ready-to-use sensor development platform for IoT devices.
A research team has demonstrated a new way to use quantum sensors to determine the relationships between microscopic magnetic fields.
A team of researchers has created a bionic finger that can create 3D maps of the interiors of any object by poking it repeatedly.
Researchers have introduced WeTac, a thin, wearable electronic 'skin' that provides tactile feedback to users in VR and AR environments.
Researchers from the National University of Singapore have developed the HaptGlove, a virtual reality glove that reportedly makes the sense of touch more realistic in the virtual world.
Researchers have developed a novel wearable tactile rendering system that mimics touch sensations with high spatial resolution and a rapid response rate.
Leveraging a loophole in Wi-Fi, researchers have built a drone that can determine the position of connected devices within seconds.