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ZF's E-Bike sensor looks to set the sector up a gear

E-Bikes are fast becoming a common mode of transport on the road; the growing sales figures and increasing market share highlight their importance within the biking industry. E-Bike manufacturers are ... more

Analog Devices and First Sensor developing LIDAR offerings to accelerate the future of autonomous driving

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) has announced a collaboration with First Sensor AG to develop products aimed at speeding the launch of autonomous sensing technology serving unmanned automotive, aerial and ... more

Infineon announces new environmental sensor technology

Infineon Technologies has developed a disruptive CO2 sensor, based on photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS): the XENSIV PAS210. This sensor has been designed especially for Smart home applications and ... more

Sony's SDK adds windscreen glare removal

Sony Europe's Image Sensing Solutions announces its new windscreen glare removal applications for ITS applications. Previewed at Vision 2018, the application looks to improve road safety, enabling ... more

Semtech's LoRa technology is integrated into Axino's Smart refrigeration solutions

Semtech, supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, has announced that Axino Solutions, software and systems integrator for the planning and implementation of ... more

Sony’s SDK speeds development for polarised applications

Making sensor dreams a reality - element14 invites community to design its dream sensor board

In September, Sony launched the IMX250MZR sensor to integrate polarisation functionality at the pixel level. The sensor can filter light in 4 planes with pixels assigned a plane in a 2x2 calculation ... more
The element14 electronic design community has announced the 'Dream Sensor Board' campaign, with its plan to give its members the chance to do design exactly that: their dream sensor board. Molex, ... more

PaPIRs – Market introduction of a new highly sensitive pyroelectric infrared (PIR) motion sensor

Panasonic’s latest pyroelectric infrared (PIR) motion sensor called “slight motion detection type” impresses, through a very small optic (Ø14.60mm), a circular detection area of 7.60m at a typical ... more

 
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