Vishay Semiconductors VEML6070 integrated UV light sensor

04 March, 2015 | Supplied by: Braemac Pty Ltd

Designed to convert solar UV light intensity to digital data in consumer, medical and industrial applications, the Vishay Semiconductors VEML6070 comes in a compact 2.35 x 1.8 x 1 mm surface-mount package. The integrated UV light sensor features Filtron UV technology for high UV sensitivity and linearity.

Osram Opto Semiconductors SFH 7050 integrated optical sensor

20 December, 2014 | Supplied by: Osram Australia Pty Ltd

SFH 7050 is an integrated optical sensor for automatic fitness tracking. The sensor is used in mobile devices, such as smart watches and fitness armbands, and simplifies personal heart rate or pulse rate measurements.

Contelec Vert-X series contactless angle sensors

20 December, 2014 | Supplied by: Moog Australia Pty Ltd

Contelec has announced two multi-turn versions of its robust Vert-X series contactless Hall-Effect angle sensors. The Vert-X 37MT CANopen has a gearless 16-bit multi-turn and 16-bit single-turn resolution, while the Vert-X 24MT may be programmed for up to 10 turns and has a 12-bit single-turn resolution.

New wearable device can track diet

14 November, 2014

Dr Edward Sazonov, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at The University of Alabama, is developing a sensor that can be worn around the ear that would automatically track diet, giving medical professionals and consumers accurate information that can be missed with self-reporting.

element14 selects engineers for IoT challenge

07 November, 2014

The element14 Community has selected 15 engineers from around the world to take part in its 'In the Air' design challenge, an initiative to develop pollution measurement applications inspired by the Internet of Things (IoT) movement.

KNX updates building control software tool

24 September, 2014

In order to satisfy the latest technical, economic and global demands, the KNX Association has redesigned its Engineering Tool Software (ETS) - a standardised tool that helps building control engineers improve energy efficiency of buildings.

Accelerating towards a driverless future

09 September, 2014 by Mike Smyth, specialist technical writer

Cars speeding along a motorway set in a futuristic landscape populated by beings dressed in silver metallic suits used to be the stuff of comics and those deep into science fiction. However, some of those imaginative images could well become reality within the next 10 years as autonomous or driverless vehicles steer out of the laboratory and onto the roads.

Wearable sensors to detect firearm use

08 September, 2014

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have demonstrated how low-cost, wearable inertial sensors could detect firearm usage.

Agilent U5855A TrueIR thermal imager

07 August, 2014 | Supplied by: Agilent Technologies Australia Pty Ltd

The U5855A TrueIR thermal imager allows engineers to safely and efficiently identify potential faults without shutting down the systems or disrupting the productivity of an industrial plant.

Macro Sensors HSIR Series LVDT linear position transmitters

11 July, 2014 | Supplied by: Bestech Australia Pty Ltd

Macro Sensors HSIR Series LVDT linear position transmitters are suitable for serving as level sensors to measure liquid level changes from a few centimetres to several metres in gauging tank level volumes.

The goose bump sensor

26 June, 2014

Researchers have developed a flexible, wearable polymer sensor that can directly measure the degree and occurrence of goose bumps, technically known as piloerection, on the skin.

Vishay Semiconductors VCNL4020X01 proximity and ambient light sensor

23 June, 2014 | Supplied by: Arrow Electronics Australia Pty Ltd

Vishay Semiconductors' VCNL4020X01 is a proximity and ambient light optical sensor with an operating temperature range to 105°C. The product combines an IR emitter, a photo-pin-diode for proximity, an ambient light detector, a signal processing IC and a 16-bit ADC.

Goal-line technology at World Cup 2014

11 June, 2014

The GoalControl-4D system is equipped with 14 high-speed cameras located around the pitch, with seven cameras focusing on each goalmouth. Using a special detection software, the ball is filtered out from the image sequences and its real-time position is automatically calculated as X, Y and Z coordinates as well as speed, making it 4D.

Intel strengthens investment in connected cars

02 June, 2014

Intel has announced a range of solutions and initiatives for the connected car of the future.

Electronic companies team up for automotive vision systems

22 May, 2014

Freescale Semiconductor has teamed up with Neusoft Corporation and Green Hills Software to create next-generation automotive vision applications.

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