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Bosch has set a world record, creating the world s smallest and most energy-efficient sensor unit the BMI160 to ensure that all these devices have as long a service life as possible.
Flexpoint delivered screen readers and sensor units, including electronic PCB components, which will be tested and evaluated by selected doctors.
small sensor unit to be installed discreetly in tight places and the bigger
Total sales of touch sensor units rose 11% in the year, with a rise in self-service and vending including Blockbuster Express DVD vending kiosks and sales of production units of Coca Cola Freestyle drinks dispensers.
It is nearing the end of the pounds 11m, four-year international project, and it is hoped the sensor units will be given trials next March at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.
The sensors and software monitors pressure, ambient temperature and the battery life remaining in the sensor units.
Because the sensor units use optical signals, they don't need to be powered, and are therefore fundamentally safe for use in flammable environments, making the technology a cost-effective option for use in hazardous areas or with combustible chemicals.
The CROWS sensor unit includes a daylight video camera, a thermal imager for night operations, and a laser rangefinder.