Sensor Review: Volume 34 Issue 3


The international journal of sensing for industry

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Graphene sensors: a review of recent developments

Robert Bogue

– This paper aims to provide details of recent developments in nanosensors based on graphene.

Sensors now looking for leaks, contaminates and damage, and not just counting or weighing packages

Richard Bloss

The purpose of this paper is to review the most recent innovations in sensor technology for better quality in packaging. Checking for container seals, damaged product…

Bluetooth parking access control

Stevan Stankovski, Gordana Ostojic, Nikola Djukic, Srdjan Tegeltija, Aleksandar Milojkovic

– The purpose of this paper is to describe an approach of using mobile phones with Bluetooth technology to enter/exit restricted area.

The influence of surface topology on the quality of the point cloud data acquired with laser line scanning probe

Syed Hammad Mian, Mohammed Abdul Mannan, Abdulrahman M. Al-Ahmari

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the influence of surface topology on the performance of laser line scanning probe and to suggest methodology for 3D…

Improved image defogging method and its application in video monitoring system based on ARM

Haijiang Zhu, Xiupu Yin, Xuan Wang

The purpose of this paper is to improve an image defogging algorithm based on a dark channel prior and use this method to clear the foggy image on the Advanced RISC…

Tunnel-based method of sensitivity matrix calculation for 3D-ECT imaging

Radosław Wajman, Robert Banasiak

The purpose of this paper is to introduce a significant modification of the sensitivity maps calculation process using electric field distribution analysis. A sensitivity…

Concentration estimation of formaldehyde using metal oxide semiconductor gas sensor array-based e-noses

Lei Zhang, Fengchun Tian, Xiongwei Peng, Xin Yin, Guorui Li, Lijun Dang

The purpose of this paper is to present a novel concentration estimation model for improving the accuracy and robustness of low-cost electronic noses (e-noses) with metal…

Chromatic acoustic condition monitoring of transformers

Anthony G. Deakin, Duncan H. Smith, Joseph W. Spencer, Darren Jones, Nigel Johnson

The purpose of this paper is to present an approach for continuous acoustic condition monitoring of transformers based on chromatic principles for abstracting information…

Light-sensitive biosensors based on photoactive marine cultivated strains

Mehdi Habibi, Maryam Fanaei, Giti Emtiazi

The purpose of this study is to construct imaging pixels using novel bioactive films. Despite the notable progress in electronic imaging devices, these sensors still…

A novel sensor array and classifier optimization method of electronic nose based on enhanced quantum-behaved particle swarm optimization

Pengfei Jia, Fengchun Tian, Shu Fan, Qinghua He, Jingwei Feng, Simon X. Yang

The purpose of the paper is to propose a new optimization algorithm to realize a synchronous optimization of sensor array and classifier, to improve the performance of…

Design optimization of a high-sensitive absolute micro-pressure sensor

Zhongliang Yu, Yulong Zhao, Lili Li, Cun Li, Xiawei Meng, Bian Tian

The purpose of this study is to develop a piezoresistive absolute micro-pressure sensor for altimetry. For this application, both high sensitivity and high overload…

Mechanical vibrations of carbon nanotube-based mass sensors: an analytical approach

Stylianos K. Georgantzinos, Georgios I. Giannopoulos, Nick K. Anifantis

The purpose of this paper is to examine the potential of single-walled carbon nanotubes as mass sensors by developing analytical expressions and then comparing the outcome…

Formaldehyde sensing properties of ZnO-based hollow nanofibers

Shaohong Wei, Youjuan Zhang, Meihua Zhou

The purpose of this paper is to synthesize SnO2–ZnO hollow nanofibers, study their sensing properties and introduce an attractive candidate for formaldehyde detection in…

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