The continued emphasis on Plant Asset Management and Fieldbus technology proved to be a strong growth enabler for smart temperature transmitters.
Thermogenerators can deliver adequate power for sensors by converting ambient heat into power.
Magic Finger is a thimble-like device worn on the user’s finger. It combines one of the world’s smallest RGB micro cameras with an optical motion sensor.
Process dust is a huge problem in many industries but, as Tasmania’s Impact Fertilisers plant found, taking control can be simple.
Sales of smart pressure transmitters will continue to outpace those of conventional and low-cost devices.
Futek was commissioned by NASA to design and develop two cryogenic sensors to operate aboard the Curiosity Rover.
Ziltek and CSIRO have commercialised of a new hand-held device for the rapid in-field analysis of petroleum contamination in soil.
Photoelectric sensors have long been in a position in which there was simply no alternative, but now ultrasonic sensors as well as low-end vision sensors are targeting the same applications.
This young achiever demonstrated initiative in researching and developing a tool that has helped her company significantly reduce costs.
These five young achievers are worthy finalists in the 2012 PACE Zenith Awards. This category is sponsored by SICK.
Extensive diagnostic data with advanced pH sensors enables plants to lower maintenance requirements.
SICK’s new lifetime services facility combined with an expanded customer service centre aims to provide the industry benchmark for service.
Energy management is becoming the number one issue for businesses and consumers to navigate.