Sensor Review: Volume 11 Issue 3

Strapline:

The international journal of sensing for industry
Subject:

Table of contents

LEVEL AND CONTENTS MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL

Mike Neame

The measurement of level is critical to many manufacturing operations and yet this supposedly straightforward task is full of traps for the unwary.

WHAT'S THE SENSE IN CARS?

Martin Smith

An investigation has been carried out by Quo‐Tec Limited, on behalf of the Department of Trade and Industry's Advanced Sensors Technology Transfer Programme, to determine…

THEORY HELPS VISION TO ACHIEVE PRACTICAL AIMS

Roy Davies

The design of vision algorithms for industrial applications is often considered to be an artform. In this article Roy Davies demonstrates that it can be a science.

MIRROR, MIRROR, ON THE WALL…

Francis Slabodsky

A number of techniques are described for determining the thickness of glass sheets during their manufacture.

POLYMER MATERIALS FOR ULTRASONIC TRANSDUCERS

John Bulteel

For a number of years, the possibilities of using polymer or co‐polymer materials exhibiting piezoelectric properties have attracted the attention of those engaged in…

HANOVER: ONLY THE BRAVE DESERVE THE FAIR!

Don Braggins

The Hanover Industry Fair attracts almost half a million visitors each year to look at well over 6,000 exhibits, so tracking down nuggets of interesting technology…

Managing Change:: Creating Competitive Edge

David Tranfield, Stuart Smith

Introducing new technology to the processes of design, production, assembly and management in manufacturing offers enormous opportunities — greater flexibility and…

VISION KEEPS BOWL FEEDER PARTS IN LINE

Randy K. Baird

Machine vision technology has carried connotations of improved productivity since inception. Industrial‐proofing this concept has proven difficult until recent years. The…

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ISSN:

0260-2288

Online date, start – end:

1981

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Professor Sanowar Khan