Sensors have long been a part of electronic systems in practically every industry and the need for them is growing rapidly which means engineers need to adapt.
Discovering how smart sensor technologies help to deliver manufacturing flexibility and predictive maintenance in Industry 4.0-enabled manufacturing and logistics environments will be the focus for SICK UK’s stand at the PPMA Show.
Cloud computing has a bandwidth issue which is why there is a new acronym - FOG computing, inclined towards an element of local processing and storage.
The SICK Dosic ultrasonic flowmeter has opened up the benefits of ultrasonic inline measurement for process engineering applications where stringent hygiene and corrosion resistance are essential.
Honeywell announced a new cost-effective method for customers to test the capabilities of its sensors, allowing for faster and more efficient component decisions and a speedier product development process.
Honeywell announced new SNG-Q series quadrature speed and direction sensors for use in motors in heavy-duty equipment such as lift trucks, construction equipment and agricultural machinery.
Sensonics developed its range of 4-20mA sensing devices to a level which now represents a comprehensive sets of vibration sensing solutions available for critical items of plant and equipment, such as motors, fans, pumps and compressors.
A new smart sensing solution from ABB can reduce downtimes of low-voltage motors by up to 70 percent, extend motor lifetime by as much as 30 percent and cut energy consumption by up to 10 percent.
Peratech announces integration into the world’s first mouse with force-sensitive analogue buttons.