Sensor Review: Volume 11 Issue 4

Strapline:

The international journal of sensing for industry
Subject:

Table of contents

INTERFACING — ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY: A QUALITY FEATURE OF INCREMENTAL ENCODERS

Ian Frais

Modern automation and process control demands high‐quality sensors that are sensitive to increasingly small rotations. Consequently, optical incremental encoders are…

INEX – 100 PER CENT ON‐LINE VISUAL INSPECTION OF CONSUMER PRODUCTS

Robert Kevin Dyche

In today's increasingly competitive marketplace, the customer is demanding higher standards of quality. This is particularly the case in the food manufacturing industry…

CRS CROSS THE POND WITH A DAB HAND FOR FOOD INSPECTION

Cheryl Pellerin

The food processing industry may be the ideal customer for machine vision and other sensor technology. As Massachusetts‐based Computer Recognition Systems (CRS) Inc. has…

NIR FOR NON‐CONTACT MEASUREMENT OF MOISTURE AND PROTEIN CONTENT

Michael Scott

The use of the Near Infra‐Red (NIR) part of the electromagnetic spectrum for laboratory measurement has been well established for many years. It was the food industry and…

SENSORS DETECT FOOD CONTAMINATION

Alec MacAndrew, Chris Harris

Introduction Within the food industry today, there is an increasing trend towards the production of higher quality products. There are two major motivating factors behind…

CLOSED PACK CONTENTS INSPECTION — WITHOUT X‐RAYS: NEW ANSWERS TO CONFECTIONERY PACKAGING — TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES THE KEY

Ahmad Faruq

As the manufacturing industry faces ever increasing pressure from retailers, consumers and legislators to raise standards of safety and package quality even higher, those…

SENSORS GROUP TO PLUG INTO EUROPEAN INITIATIVE

Jack Hollingum

The UK Sensor Group was launched on 5 July after a meeting which reviewed German initiatives and European opportunities.

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ISSN:

0260-2288

Online date, start – end:

1981

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Professor Sanowar Khan