Fujitsu has released its Internet of Things (IoT)-ready Edgeware management platform.
Available in SSI or with incremental outputs and equipped with 316 stainless steel housing, the new variant is built to withstand harsh environments such as those involving chemicals or high-pressure water sprays.
Schneider Electric has announced a new global brand strategy that comes at a critical point of transition for the industry, in which the business and societal landscape are being transformed by urbanisation, digitisation and industrialisation.
US-based Mouser Electronics now stocks circuit protection components from Littelfuse specifically designed for use in Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable applications.
The Ergonomic pendant switch has been designed to fit more comfortably in the hand and features a button that is easier to press than any other switch.
Intel Security has announced the availability of its new consumer security services, which includes newly integrated True Key by Intel Security that provides facial recognition password authentication.
Michell Instruments, through AMS Instrumentation & Calibration, has launched an improved version of its interchangeable relative humidity sensor – the HygroSmart I7000XP – which enables users to carry out maintenance on industrial relative humidity and temperature transmitters in as little as 30 seconds.
Thanks to its extended sensing range of up to 3.8 m and two separately adjustable switching points, the PowerProx Distance is a suitable solution for occupied bay and clearance detection, pallet handling, and collision protection in storage and conveyor technology.
Fluke Corporation is integrating its Raytek, Ircon, and Datapaq product lines into a new brand: Fluke Process Instruments. All three companies have been part of the Fluke Corporation portfolio for some time.
Control Logic has released the new Panasonic EX-Z range of Thru-beam Ultra-miniature photoelectric sensors.
Cisco has released Australia’s first vision for a Smart Region, highlighting the benefits to South East Queensland as defined by the ratepayers, residents and businesses and the potential to add more than $10 billion to the region’s economy and more than 30,000 jobs in the coming years.
We tend to think about our healthcare sector as a leader in the development and use of advanced medical technology and biotechnology, such as expensive imaging machines or devices that we implant into patients.
For industrial companies that make machines of any kind, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become a “not if, but when” proposition. So how do you move from an unconnected state to supporting a connected fleet of IoT products?
Due to the use of high-quality and insensitive polymer sealing materials such as PEEK and EPDM as well as a high-grade stainless steel housing, the new LR level sensor is suited for internal and external cleaning.
The PHARO Safety Laser Scanner is an optoelectronic protection device for accident prevention.
Researchers at Edith Cowan University (ECU) have developed a real-time sensor that measures engine oil quality using thin metal oxide films meaning that motorists could save on the cost of running their car.
In New Zealand, travelling will be more predictable thanks to new high-tech sensors that collect and share live traffic information with people.
Bestech Australia has released digital sensors for measuring wind, precipitation, air temperature, atmospheric humidity, atmospheric pressure.
Memsic has launched its MFC2030 bi-directional flow sensor for a wide range of applications such as analytical instruments, anesthesia and other medical flow devices, process control, and natural gas measurement.
According to to Andrew McGee, Chief Technology Officer, Hitachi Data Systems, ANZ, the Internet of Things (IoT) will mean that by 2020, an estimated 50 billion of interconnected sensors will be consuming, generating and communicating data, effectively turning the world into a giant network of interconnected ‘things’.