by Randy Frank, Contributing Editor Current industry requirements are providing new direction for industrial sensors. Unlike consumer or even automotive applications for sensors, industrial clients have different driving forces that shape what they must accomplish or improve. Traditionally, these forces have not changed significantly at the highest level for decades. But Industry 4.0, also known […]
Internet of Things (IoT)
The energy harvesting (EH) symposium tutorials and energy harvesting sessions at Sensors Expo 2015 can help you answer this question and others. If you don’t think it is time and your competitors determine it is, they could gain a marketing advantage. To find out about today’s energy harvesting status, the June 9, Tuesday EH tutorials […]
Using its internet of things (IoT) thermal imaging sensor, Optimet has developed a thermal Wi-Fi camera that the company says is 35% less than the lowest cost comparable thermal image sensor. The thermal imaging is also used in a computer vision-enabled thermal imaging device, called the HemaVision that the company expects to offer at a […]
A new report from Yole Développement addresses how the Internet of Things (IoT) will impact sensing over the next ten years. The “Technologies & Sensors for the Internet of Things: Businesses & Market Trends 2014-2024” report forecasts that device business will reach $45B in 2024, contributing to a total IoT market of $400B. The report […]
In its new market report, “MEMS Market Update: The New Driving Forces” (MP109-15), Semico Research forecasts strong growth for micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) based on growing applications in the Internet of Things (IoT). The report includes information about MEMS devices including sensors, actuators and more. While accelerometers and microphones will account for the bulk of these […]
In producing Electro-Set™, Cardinal is addressing a large and somewhat fragmented IOT design- development community with a clear opportunity for growth. Cardinal’s interface Electro-Set™ boards differentiate themselves from other manufacturers’ boards by providing a standard unified 6 Pin connector including I2C interconnect, allowing for rapid proof of concept design and prototyping. Cardinal Electro-Set™ boards are […]
Undoubtedly the biggest buzz in the world of transducers in general is the Internet of Things (IoT), which promises to catapult the once lowly sensor to the center of the next technological revolution. From personal health monitoring devices to smart sensors in appliances, sensors are playing a central role in this next wave of technological […]
In Freescale Semiconductor’s Internet of Tomorrow traveling roadshow, Iain Galloway, Technology Strategy Manager, discusses home healthcare products that provide wireless connectivity to pressure sensor, pulse blood and oxygen level measurements and more using the company’s technologies. To watch the video, click here. For more information about the Freescale Semiconductor IoT Tour, click here.
At CTIA’s Super Mobility Week, Brad Walters, CEO and president of Monnit Corporation discusses the company’s sensor gateway and 47 plus wireless sensors that can communicate wirelessly over distances of 200 to 300 feet. To watch the video, click here. For more information about Monnit Corporation’s sensor gateway, sensors and software, click here.
At Sensors Expo 2014, Hannah Smalltree, director at Treasure Data Inc., a cloud data service provider for services to manage sensor data that the Internet of Things (IoT) can generate, explains how they can help collect, store and analyze data. To watch the video, click here. For more information about Treasure Data’s products and services, […]