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New study investigates technological trends in future sensor development

30 July 2010

The Science Committee of the AMA Association for Sensor Technology has published its latest study entitled Sensor Trends 2014. It is a supplier-independent collection of expected short-term to medium-term technological developments in the area of electromechanical and gas sensor technologies.

The aim of the study is to support those who wish to get an overview of the major technological developments in physical and gas sensor technology, especially in view of possible development strategies”, explains Professor Roland Werthschuetzky from the Technical University of Darmstadt EMK, and  editor-in-chief of the study. “The target group of the study are the decision makers of sensor suppliers and grant programmes”, he says.

The study identifies significant technological trends for the next five years. Its focus lies on technolog - it is not a market study. The authors come from the AMA Science Committee and Institutes in the AMA Association for Sensor Technology.

The full version of the study is now available here.

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