Sensor Review: Volume 9 Issue 2

Strapline:

The international journal of sensing for industry
Subject:

Table of contents

A Hart to Hart with Rosemount

Stephen McClelland looks at the key issues in sensor multiplexing over the next decade through the eyes of one company, Rosemount Ltd.

Bioprocessing: a bubbly outlook

Stephen McClelland takes a detailed look at a key market area for the European sensor industry — the monitoring of fermentation and bioreactors.

Co‐ordinate measuring: Vauxhall goes point‐to‐point

Mike Calcutt

Co‐ordinate measuring techniques are finding increasing applications. One of the latest facilities — at Vauxhall in the UK — is making remarkable paybacks.

Biometrics: the people sensors

John R. Parks

Biometrics, the measurement of ‘people‐based’ characteristics is rapidly becoming a major field of technology as an expert explains.

Ultrasonic measurement: keeping your distance

Clive Loughlin

In the third of a series of articles on sensors for industrial inspection, non‐contact measurement is reviewed.

Harnessing the Hall effect for today's technology

Douglas White

The Hall‐effect sensor is one of the most widely‐used, yet least understood, transducers around.

Optical/microelectronic sensor patents reviewed

D.J. Mobbs, D. Summerhayes

Sensor Review publishes the results of a major sensor survey.

An overview of sensor developments

At the start of a new year, Stephen McClelland gives a personal opinion on the most interesting sensor technologies to have emerged recently.

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ISSN:

0260-2288

Online date, start – end:

1981

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Professor Sanowar Khan