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Making Sensor Technology Less Blurry Paul Golata
The ability to detect and identify an object is at the heart of nearly every vision application. However, there are almost as many ways to accomplish this as there are reasons for doing it. This blog reviews several standard sensors used to detect objects.

The Potential for Nanotechnology in the Aerospace Industry Liam Critchley
Innovation is always occurring in the aerospace industry. There is a constant drive to create lighter, more fuel-efficient, and safer aircraft. Even though many advanced materials are already used in modern-day aircraft, the beneficial properties of nanomaterials could improve them further.

Developing Inventive Solutions to Keep Count Analog Devices
Analog Devices’ EagleEye™ is a complete end-to-end, edge-based hardware and software technology solution for counting and classifying people. It unlocks insight needed to improve asset and people management, social distancing, security, employee engagement, space utilization, labor productivity, and energy efficiency.

Set Yourself Straight on Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) Paul Golata
Sensor fusion combines multiple sensors and software solutions that enable information and communications technology, the Internet of Things, and automotive solutions. In the following, learn how Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) combines multiple sensors into one integrated monolithic device.

New Tech Tuesdays: Smart Building Technology Keeps Evolving Tommy Cummings
Just like a smart home, today's automated buildings rely on Internet of Things devices and connectivity to create a networked environment that delivers safety, efficiency, productivity, profitability, and other benefits from situational awareness.

Choosing the Most Suitable Predictive Maintenance Sensor Chris Murphy
When monitoring a machine’s health, it is critically important to select the most suitable sensors to ensure faults can be detected, diagnosed, and even predicted. Here, we will discuss how to choose the most appropriate sensor.

New Tech Tuesdays: Applications for Gesture and ToF Sensors on the Rise Tommy Cummings
Gesture and proximity sensors and Time-of-Flight (ToF) cameras are part of the motion-sensing technology that is finding practical applications every day. The industry is making particular headway in automotive and industrial uses.

New Tech Tuesdays: 2 Air Quality Sensors Good for Health, Savings Tommy Cummings
Monitoring indoor air quality calls for sensors that can measure carbon dioxide and Volatile Organic Compounds. New Tech Tuesdays looks at how two sensors measure up.

New Tech Tuesdays: 3 Products That Keep Modern Industrial Automation Humming Tommy Cummings
Keeping modern industrial automation humming requires a multitude of products for businesses and developers. We review an actuator, switch gear, and sensors—diverse products that help developers maintain this hum.

New Tech Tuesdays: Fingerprint Sensor Modules Tommy Cummings
As long as we have fingerprints, the biometric technology for fingerprint scanners and their application will continue to evolve and flourish. This week's New Tech Tuesday highlights two fingerprint scanner products available to designers for solution-based development.

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