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In this video, the presenter will show you how to build a motion based sensor that will send you an alert anywhere in the world via Email or a text message. And above all, this project can be built...
Biosensors are analytical devices that combine a bioreceptor (biological recognition element) and a transducer. The bioreceptor can be organisms, tissues, cells, enzymes, antibodies, nucleic acids, etc. It detects the target analyte. The transducer can be electrochemical, optical, thermal or...
Availability of real-time data and reliable transmission from the sensor to the receiver are crucial for medical, nuclear and autonomous vehicle applications. This article details how sensors meet the requirements of such applications. Sensing technology is evolving at a very...
Microwave sensors offer great advantages in security and energy savings with their high sensitivity Microwave sensors are cost-effective solutions to save energy expenses and secure premises of businesses. Their most popular use is in lighting, where these can save up...
Different types of applications require different types of sensors to collect data from the environment. This article takes a look at some common IoT sensors In an Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem, two things are very important: the Internet and...
The pressure sensor is also termed as a pressure transducer or pressure switch. Depending on the type of output interface, pressure sensors are classified as analogue and digital. A pressure sensor may also be called a different name (such...
Never has the physical fitness training been so interesting before. From visualising streets of different countries while cycling to adjusting the resistance of the bicycle, virtual reality (VR) is bringing fun and intelligence to physical activities. Not only the VR...
Thermopile temperature sensors offer the advantage of non-contact temperature measurement, which has made them more popular than traditional contact-type temperature sensors. These sensors use infrared (IR) radiation for heat transfer, and are commonly used in portable devices such as...
“The earth is a giant magnet, with an axial tilt of about 23.5°,” reminds you of the stuff you read in geography books. Adding science makes it much more fun when you can actually measure the values of magnetism....
Sensors have revolutionized the life around us. Sensing has enabled industrial advances, such as the technology involved in building and factory automation. The recent advancement in sensor technology has made a massive impact in the personal electronics and medical...
 
 

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