Process Instrumentation and Sensors

Process Instrumentation and Sensors February 16, 2023

Elastic material impervious to gases, liquids developed

Researchers have developed a technique that uses liquid metal to create an elastic material impervious to gases and liquids, which could help improve protection from gases.

By Matt Shipman
Process Instrumentation and Sensors February 8, 2023

Switching on to pneumatic innovations

Pneumatic cylinder sensor switches may appear to be an automation commodity beyond advancement – but there is room for improvement.

By Steve Sands
Process Instrumentation and Sensors February 1, 2023

Inertial measurement unit sensors lower risk for autonomous vehicles

Inertial measurement unit sensors lower risk for autonomous vehicles

By James Fennelly
Process Instrumentation and Sensors February 1, 2023

Control Engineering hot topics, January 2023

Control Engineering's most clicked articles in January 2023 included stories on control system management, industrial robot trends, MQTT, most-viewed Control Engineering stories in 2022 and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Chris Vavra
Process Instrumentation and Sensors January 31, 2023

Aircraft sensor market expected to double by 2033

The aircraft sensor market is expected to more than double by 2033 thanks to an increased use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

By Future Market Insights
Process Instrumentation and Sensors January 26, 2023

In-place manufacturing method improves gas sensor capabilities, production time

Penn State researchers have recently enhanced their process for manufacturing flexible gas sensors made from nanomaterials.

By Mariah Lucas
Process Instrumentation and Sensors January 16, 2023

Top 5 Control Engineering content: January 9-15, 2023

The top 5 articles from the past week covered universal automation, MQTT benefits, SI Giants, control system management and more.

By Chris Vavra
Process Instrumentation and Sensors January 15, 2023

Researchers demonstrate strain sensors for machine interface technology

Researchers have developed a stretchable strain sensor that combines sensitivity and range, allowing it to detect minor changes in strain than previous technologies.

By Matt Shipman
Process Instrumentation and Sensors January 9, 2023

Top 5 Control Engineering content: January 2-8, 2023

The top 5 articles from the past week covered control system management, December hot topics, nanoelectrics and more.

By Chris Vavra
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Process Instrumentation and Sensors November 29, 2022

Process sensors and advanced analytics efficacy

Sophisticated sensors rely on predictive analytics for process and equipment monitoring. See examples of present and emerging process sensor applications.

By Mike Brooks