CSIRO researchers have developed a new groundwater sensor system that it says will make environmental monitoring faster, more reliable and less labour intensive for the resources industry. SENSEI is an advanced in-situ sensor system that gives mining operators and water managers real-time data to monitor and manage groundwater impacts efficiently and faster than ever before. … Continue reading CSIRO develops new groundwater sensor system
An Internet of Things (IoT) project bringing together key industry and research partners will research new satellite navigation monitoring sensors for infrastructure design and construction projects. Monitum, a Brisbane company of professional surveyors and geologists, has teamed up with researchers at QUT and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), in the Mthing project that … Continue reading Research project to explore potentials of IoT sensor technology in infrastructure construction
A joint pilot project by ABB, Atostek and Telia is exploring new industrial monitoring solutions based on 5G wireless technology and artificial intelligence (AI). ABB is piloting the world’s first AI application using 5G wireless technology to support the assembly of drives at its plant in Pitäjänmäki, Helsinki. ABB is implementing the solution in partnership … Continue reading Industrial monitoring solution utilising AI and 5G implemented in Helsinki
A Swinburne University research team has been focussing its efforts on groundbreaking work on sensors and nanomaterials and their practical use for health and environmental monitoring. The team is led by Dr Shafiei, a Swinburne Vice-Chancellor’s Women in STEM research fellow. These fellowships have been designed designed to address the under-representation of women in science, … Continue reading Swinburne researchers exploring use of nanomaterials in sensors
BAE Systems Australia has opened a high frequency (HF) laboratory in South Australia that will be used to develop new technology for the upgraded Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN). Using high frequency (HF) technologies developed in Australia, JORN monitors Australia’s northern approaches for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) through a network of three remote … Continue reading BAE opens high frequency lab for JORN radar technologies
Researchers have developed a new way of tracking sewage sludge flows during thermal treatment that could help engineers design better wastewater treatment plants and boost production of biogas. Researchers at RMIT University demonstrated how the flow behaviour of sludge can be used as a tool to gauge how quickly organic matter is dissolving at high … Continue reading RMIT study demonstrates new wastewater treatment tracking
A new system devised by researchers at MIT can monitor the behaviour of all electric devices within a building, ship, or factory, determining which ones are in use at any given time and whether any are showing signs of an imminent failure. The new sensor, whose readings can be monitored on an easy-to-use graphic display … Continue reading Researchers develop cutting-edge sensor system for electrical systems
A new sensor system, developed by researchers in Germany, is able to carefully control drying processes in industrial ovens and deliver reliable air humidity measurements at high temperatures and in the presence of other background vapours. Professor Andreas Schütze, project manager Tilman Sauerwald, and their research team at Saarland University have developed a sensor system … Continue reading Heat-resistant sensor system developed to monitor industrial ovens at high temperatures
A project led by the US Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has installed a high-resolution monitoring system at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation’s (ANSTO’s) medical isotope production facility in the Sydney suburb of Lucas Heights. ANSTO is now the second facility in the world to install a stack monitor of … Continue reading Stack monitoring system installed at Sydney medical isotope facility
RMIT researchers are installing sensors throughout Rye on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsular to monitor traffic, parking, crowd numbers and even toilet usage to better manage holiday crowds. The collaboration between RMIT, Mornington Peninsula Shire and other partners is to use the sensor technology to explore how future cities might operate. RMIT University’s Associate Professor Flora Salim, … Continue reading RMIT research using sensor technology to trial ‘smart city’ management
To meet conductivity control needs in online water quality and process applications, Sensorex has introduced the Sensorex SensoPro Toroidal conductivity monitoring system. The system combines a Sensorex TCS3020 probe, capable of reliable conductivity measurements in harsh environments, with the company’s new EX2000RS transmitter, featuring Modbus communication for robust system integration. Monitoring with SensoPro can prevent … Continue reading SensoPro complete conductivity monitoring system
Thermon Group Holdings has announced the introduction of the TraceNet TCM2 Dual Circuit Control and Monitoring Unit, which is the latest addition to the company’s range of remotely-operated heating control and monitoring systems.
Acromag has released its BusWorks 900EN series of rugged networked I/O modules.
Advantech will be demonstrating its application-ready building blocks for satellite navigation seconded video processing solutions at Innotrans; the world’s largest trade fair for rail transport.
One of the biggest advances in crane safety and cost-efficient management over the past decade has been the advent of lifecycle care in real time.
Schneider Electric has announced the latest evolution of the StruxureWare Power Monitoring Expert software for integrated energy management and electrical distribution management across entire facilities.
According to analysts from Technavio, the global machine condition monitoring market will reach US$1.8 billion by 2020, driven by changes in industrial plant operations.
Schneider Electric has announced the launch of Easergy, its newest range of products that includes solutions for electrical protection, control, monitoring and automation.
Wireless temperature and strain SAW sensors consuming ultra-low battery and fully autonomous to use for up to seven years are suitable for remote applications.
Schneider Electric has acquired Eliwell, previously part of Invensys PLC.