In: sensors

Laser-View Announces New Safety Tilt Switch In A Single Housing
March 20, 2019

DIS Sensors, distributed by Laser-View Technologies, has developed a new safety tilt switch that requires only one housing.

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Laser-View Featured In The Connection
January 25, 2019

Laser-View is featured in January’s edition of The Connection!

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Crane Sentry Lite
Introducing Crane Sentry Lite
January 8, 2019

Crane Sentry is known throughout the industry for its versatile, high-quality, cost-effective products. Their latest development, the Crane Sentry Lite, continues this tradition of excellence.

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Apple wanted spherical wheels for its autonomous car
August 24, 2017

Apple may be scaling back its self-driving car plans, but the company had some seriously off-beat ideas for what the autonomous…

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Depth-sensing tech from Qualcomm challenges Apple
August 16, 2017

New camera and image processing technology from Qualcomm promises to change how Android smartphones and VR headsets see the world. Depth…

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The Grueling Robot Race That Launched the Self-Driving Car
August 4, 2017

On March 13, 2004, a gaggle of engineers and a few thousand spectators congregated outside a California dive bar to watch…

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New Sensor System Helps Tracking ISIS Explosives
August 2, 2017

A new use for a bomb-detecting technology: a system which identifies the dangerous opioid fentanyl from a distance using a laser…

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Airborne Laser Spectroscopy System Can Map Atmospheric Gases
July 31, 2017

An experimental instrument that combines precision laser spectroscopy and a mobile airborne reflector to map atmospheric gas concentrations could lead to…

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Continental trials autonomous robo taxi
July 24, 2017

Continental is using its corporate expertise in automation, new mobility concepts, and electrification to develop solutions for future urban transport. Conti…

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Tiny Sensors Play Outsized Role in Huge Wind Turbines
July 20, 2017

In May, the Danish company Dong Energy flipped the switch on the world’s largest wind turbines: thirty-two 640-ft.-high behemoths with blades…

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