Sensor Review: Volume 13 Issue 4


The international journal of sensing for industry

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Biosensors – The Needs of the Healthcare Market

Valerie M. Owen

This article is based on a study, sponsored under the Department of Trade and Industry Advanced Sensors Technology Transfer Programme (ASTTP), into the Market Requirements…

Tactile Binary Image Identification

R. Benhadj, S. Sadeque, B. Dawson

Recognition of a tactile image independent of position, size and orientation has been a goal of much recent research. Many tasks (e.g. parts identification) often give…

Whole Cell Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring

A.L. Atkinson, B.G.D. Haggett

Biosensors are chemical sensors with a biological component which is normally used to impart selectivity to the sensor. Such devices have been under development for more…

Capacitive Measurement System for Blade Clearances

Marcel Mönich, Gilles Bailleul

With the increasing optimization of turbine engines, there is a growing demand for precise measurement equipment. The minimal tip blade clearance in such an engine is one…

What's New in Signal Processing?

Jack Hollingum

Behind every system using sensors are the software and hardware for interpreting the output of the sensors. During recent years there have been important developments in…

Quality Control Using Noise and Vibration Limit Testing

Graham Cowling

Unwarranted squeaks and rattles in delivered products may be perceived by the customer as an indication of poor quality. Moreover, they may be indicative of component or…

Food for Thought at C&I '93

Gunter Wittenberg

The Control & Instrumentation Exhibition, with a 23‐year history, took place at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, 25–27 May 1993. The emphasis, as usual, was on…

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