Sensor Review: Volume 7 Issue 4


The international journal of sensing for industry

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A sweet sense of success for P A Technology

Vision systems are finding some unusual applications in the food industry, as Stephen McClelland reports.

Something in the City

City Technology is one company that seems to know how to run a sensor manufacturing business, as Stephen McClelland explains.

Man‐machine interfaces: evaluating Alvey

Researching user friendly interfaces have been an integral part of the Alvey programme, as Stephen McClelland explains.

Bringing the optical curtain down on billet line inspection

Rotherham Engineering Steels is using a sensor to protect other sensors at the end of its special steel billet line. Jack Hollingum went to find out why.

Technology transfer: DTE senses a market

A new initiative looks like being important for the sensor industry, as Stephen McClelland reports.

Principles of optical fibre temperature sensors

A.H. Hartog

A distributed fibre‐optic sensor could be many miles long, as an expert explains.

A success story: semiconductor sensors

Sensors based on semiconductors like silicon are becoming increasingly important as Stephen McClelland found out.

Giving tactile sensors a good image

Tactile sensors have traditionally been low resolution devices, but new developments could end that, reports Stephen McClelland.

Process plant telemetry by radio

C.R. Bell, B.D. Neve

Low‐power data acquisition techniques for process monitoring are becoming increasingly important.

Modifying Hall Effect sensors to generate digital output

Trent Wood

The Hall Effect sensor is continuing to undergo some ingenious improvements, as a researcher outlines.

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