Sensors

Vision-guided artificial skin gives robots a sense of touch

15 February, 2021

Researchers have constructed a 3D vision-guided artificial skin for robots that enables tactile sensing with high performance, opening doors to several applications.


Jorjin Technologies MM5D91-00 mmWave radar motion sensor module

03 February, 2021 | Supplied by: Arrow Electronics Australia Pty Ltd

The MM5D91-00, manufactured by Jorjin Technologies, is an integrated millimetre-wave (mmWave) radar-sensing solution based on Infineon's XENSIV mmWave radar chip.


Renesas ZMOD4410 waterproof IAQ sensor

17 December, 2020 | Supplied by: Renesas Electronics

The firmware-configurable ZMOD4410 sensor features a hermetically sealed package that protects the sensor from water and dust with a hydrophobic and oleophobic material that is permeable to humidity and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at the same time.


Deep learning enables more accurate motion tracking

03 December, 2020

Researchers from Tohoku University have developed a new sensing method that makes tracking movement easier and more efficient.


IoT still strong in difficult times

30 November, 2020 by Joseph Zulick* | Supplied by: MRO Electric and Supply

If your concerns are around the risks of COVID-19 and the proximity of your co-workers, then you needn't worry about the benefits of IoT and IIoT.


ST and Qualcomm collaborate on sensor solutions

27 November, 2020 | Supplied by: STMicroelectronics Pty Ltd

STMicroelectronics is developing innovative software solutions using technology from Qualcomm Technologies.


'Talking' cars could save lives on Victorian roads

24 November, 2020

Digital communication technologies allowing cars to intelligently interpret their surroundings and alert drivers to potential hazards could reduce vehicle crashes by up to 78%.


People-counting sensor deploys artificial intelligence

20 November, 2020 | Supplied by: STMicroelectronics Pty Ltd

STMicroelectronics and Schneider Electric have collaborated to integrate artificial intelligence into a high-performance people-counting sensor.


Würth Elektronik WSEN-HIDS humidity sensor

09 November, 2020 | Supplied by: Wurth Electronics Australia Pty

The MEMS sensor delivers calibrated measurement results with accuracy of ±3.5% RH in the 20–80% RH humidity range, with outputs at a data rate in the millisecond range.


Hysteresis-free performance for soft sensor material

04 November, 2020

Tactile Resistive Annularly Cracked E-Skin (TRACE) is claimed to be five times better than conventional soft materials, making it suitable for various sensor applications.


Samsung selects ST to power Galaxy Note20 smartphones

30 October, 2020 | Supplied by: STMicroelectronics Pty Ltd

Samsung's Galaxy Note20 Ultra smartphone features sensing and control technology from STMicroelectronics, said to enhance the phone's high-end features.


TE Connectivity HTU31 relative humidity sensors

30 October, 2020 | Supplied by: Mouser Electronics

The relative humidity sensors offer fast response times, precision measurement and low hysteresis, even when exposed to extreme-temperature and -humidity environments.


IBASE VINO2100 intelligent face mask and body temperature detection

30 October, 2020 | Supplied by: Backplane Systems Technology Pty Ltd

IBASE's VINO2100 is an intelligent face mask and body temperature detection system powered by Intel OpenVINO-based iVINO AI recognition software.


'Mini brains' help robots recognise pain

27 October, 2020

Singaporean scientists have developed a way for robots to have the artificial intelligence (AI) to recognise pain and to self-repair when damaged.


MEMS and sensors for autonomous automotive applications

30 September, 2020 by Lauren Davis | Supplied by: STMicroelectronics Pty Ltd

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.


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