Researchers have developed a method to identify objects using microwaves that improves accuracy while reducing the associated computing time and power requirements.
University of Missouri engineers have developed an on-skin device that functions as wearable air conditioning and has numerous human health care applications such as the ability to monitor blood pressure and body temperature.
Understanding, monitoring and controlling flow rate are essential elements to the viable operation of production systems and must be done right. See five key flow considerations.
University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers have built a coating designed to break the relationship between temperature and thermal radiation, which could have an impact on infrared cameras used for vision applications.
System integrator offers expert advice on designing equipment and procedural batch models.
Data from two complementary monitoring technologies enable maximized production rates, even with high entrained solids.
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Learn how Industry 4.0 incorporates the data and analytics from smart instruments to add tremendous value to an organization.
Adding two solenoid valves to a safety instrumented system keeps equipment, facility and personnel safe and the system online.