Sensor Review: Volume 12 Issue 1

Strapline:

The international journal of sensing for industry
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Table of contents

TRANSIENT THERMOGRAPHY

Chris Hobbs

When looking at the possible ways of performing quality assurance or evaluation of materials in a non‐destructive manner, thermography rates as one of the key techniques…

SENSE AND SENSIBILITY: A MATTER OF INTERPRETATION

Bruce Davies

A car capable of self‐diagnosis, a central heating system that actually keeps your house at a constant temperature, a pointer able to pick out individual atoms and a…

ULTRASONIC RANGING: ENVELOPE ANALYSIS GIVES IMPROVED ACCURACY

J.M. Martín Abreu, R. Ceres, T. Freire

The pulse‐echo method used for the measurement of distances is based on the determination of the fly‐time, employed by the wave (a pulse or a short train) to travel from…

PIEZOELECTRIC CABLE: GOES TO GREAT LENGTHS FOR PRESSURE SENSING

Charles Marx

A long, small diameter piezoelectric cable has become available for use as a sensor device. The long length of the cable is exciting in that measurement can take place…

MACHINE VISION FOR SMART HIGHWAYS

Cheryl Pellerin

The eight‐lane Santa Monica freeway winds languidly through southern California's urban megasprawl, carrying 330,000 cars, trucks, buses, vans and motorcycles each day…

SENSOR INTEGRATION — GETTING THE WHOLE PICTURE

Norbert Roth, Peter Mengel

The term “sensor integration” is used with different connotations and can be used on different levels of production. So when talking about sensor integration it should be…

BINARY OPTICS, USING MICROCHIP TECHNOLOGY TO ETCH LENSES

As the techniques of computer chip manufacturing are applied to etching the surface of lenses in extremely precise ways, a world of optical marvels unknown to traditional…

New OCR Software Package

Allen‐Bradley recently announced a new addition to the company's CVIM vision input module offering. The Allen‐Bradley optical character recognition package, OCR‐PAK…

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ISSN:

0260-2288

Online date, start – end:

1981

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Professor Sanowar Khan