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’.
The global wearables market maintained its upward trajectory in the first quarter of 2015 as new vendors, including Apple, prepared to enter the market.
Schneider Electric has updated its TeSys T advanced motor management system to include the added benefit of Modbus TCP and Ethernet/IP connectivity.
Turck has added the Q4.7 series of rectangular inductive sensors to its range of miniature sensors. The miniature sensors in the new design (16mm x 8mm x 4.7mm) have been specially developed for applications in which they have to be fully embedded in metal, such as in the stamping and metal forming industry.
Simultaneous sampling TRION modules are the heart and soul of the DEWE2 series of data acquisition systems.
The LMS SCADAS XS data recorder fits in your hand and can be directly operated through a keypad or a tablet computer.
Australia’s national science agency, the CSIRO has developed a biosensor platform that could provide the dairy industry with the fast and sensitive detection of contaminants.
The turbines are learning to use sensor data on parameters such as wind speed to make changes to their settings.
A newly-developed energy harvester has the ability to continuously convert the vibrations – across a wide frequency range in different environments – into electricity.
Global sales of motion control products recovered in 2013 to reach US$12.2 billion, but growth was far too weak to overcome the 2012 market declines, leaving market revenues well below the peak level reached in 2011.
At the new 4000 square metre facility at Campbellfield Industrial Park, the company will manufacture customised enclosures including a range of multi-function local control stations and control panels.
Michael Donnelly of Temperature Controls passed away on October 31, 2013. He was 66 years old.