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Aginova Inc., a sensor technology company, is introducing today its Sentinel product line, a line of battery powered WiFi based sensors for monitoring temperature, relative humidity, and energy for a myriad of applications.
Varsshini R. demonstrates her device which generates electricity using mechanical pressure, in Bangalore on Friday. Also seen are Mount Litera Zee School principal Sandhya Sriraman and BrainCafe Karnataka head Sunil N...Gopinathan State-level
Oki has developed a human-detecting sensor technology capable of distinguishing between large movements (for example, a person walking about a room) to minute movements like breathing. This technology can detect even the minute movements of otherwise
Imagine clothes made with materials capable of generating electricity from either the warmth or movement of the human body. That is what Professor Steve Beeby has been developing in his laboratory at the University of Southampton. A vest made of this
Tessenderloo, Belgium , completed the first investment round of the company. The oversubscribed raise was a total of $2.6M , which includes non-dilutive funds equaling $800K from a separate licensing agreement, and a contract with the NY State Energy
Army is deploying new body worn sensors in Afghanistan to measure and help understand how intense impacts, such as nearby explosions, affect the human body. Each unit contains four sensors that communicate with one another as well with an armored
Proteus Digital Health has received FDA clearance for its ingestible sensor. The sensor (formally referred to as the Ingestion Event Marker or IEM) is part of the Proteus digital health feedback system, which also includes a wireless skin patch (
Photo by Tom Ross Mike Holt, a third-year engineering student at Colorado Mountain College, tests sensors at Sensor Solutions in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Tom Ross Jim Staudt works on circuit boards at Sensor Solutions in Steamboat Springs.
International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics in Rome, Italy. The camera's eye movement is activated using a complicated piezoelectric mechanism that involves many small actuators that work in synchronicity much like muscle
Tests were run on the western US coast line by overflying a designated grid pattern with known magnetic targets under water...Tesla level magnetic signals to be accurately detected in routine noisy environmental and atmospheric noise." We've had the