Search Results for "sensors" : 197

Dermal Tattoo Sensors display blood pH Change and Metabolite Levels

Dermal Tattoo Sensors display blood pH Change and Metabolite Levels

Tattooing gets a diagnostic twist: A team of scientists in Germany have developed dermal sensors that can be applied as artistic tattoos.

Sensors – Eyes and Ears in IoT: Smarter then Ever

Sensors – Eyes and Ears in IoT: Smarter then Ever

Sensors are the eyes and ears of IoT and the latest generation can see, hear, and feel more than ever before, allowing developers to pack in new features by the truckload.

IoT-Health: Early Diagnosis With Optical Biosensors

IoT-Health: Early Diagnosis With Optical Biosensors

The Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM has developed a IoT health system that uses optical microsensors for early detection of Lyme disease.

JIG-SAW and Altair Semiconductor Partner on LTE-Enabled Sensors for Industrial IoT

JIG-SAW and Altair Semiconductor Partner on LTE-Enabled Sensors for Industrial IoT

Altair Semiconductor, a provider of cellular IoT chipsets, announced today it has partnered with JIG-SAW Inc., provider of Auto sensoring and Auto Direction solutions for IoT, to develop LTE-enabled sensors for a variety of global industrial IoT applications.

IoT sensors: Nissan Cars, Check Your Backseat

IoT sensors: Nissan Cars, Check Your Backseat

RoWrite brings the traditional notepad into the digital age. When you write or sketch on paper attached to the device, every pen stroke is captured digitally by RoWrite.

RFID Sensors: Passive sensors are taking off, researchers say

RFID Sensors: Passive sensors are taking off, researchers say

IDTechEx, a research company based in Boston, says that passive RFID sensors have overtaken battery-assisted sensors in 2017.

IoT Sensors: Tracking personal stuff via Internet of Things

IoT Sensors: Tracking personal stuff via Internet of Things

California-based TrackR offers a BLE solution that, simply put, helps users find their stuff.

IoT sensors: Using Internet of Things keep oysters fresh

IoT sensors: Using Internet of Things keep oysters fresh

Massachusetts aquaculturalist Daniel Ward hopes to change how shellfish growers track their products. His pilot project at Ward Aquafarms, a 10-acre aquaculture operation on Cape Code, is aimed at improving the traceability of his oyster harvest.

Bluetooth low energy: IoT Sensors

Bluetooth low energy: IoT Sensors

Poland-based connected home hardware and software manufacturer FIBARO has selected Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52832 Bluetooth® low energy System-on-Chip for its range of Apple HomeKit-compatible Motion, Door/Window and Flood Sensor solutions.

Bluetooth: Low energy IoT sensors

Bluetooth: Low energy IoT sensors

Poland-based manufacturer FIBARO has selected Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52832 Bluetooth low energy System-on-Chip for its range of Apple HomeKit-compatible Motion, Door/Window and Flood Sensor solutions.