Home Topics Sensors

Tag: Sensors

DJI’s RoboMaster S1 is an educational robot for techies of all ages./ Image: DJI

DJI’s RoboMaster S1 is an educational robot for techies of all ages

A Shenzhen, China-based company, DJI is better known for unmanned aerial vehicles commonly known as drones for aerial photography and videography. The company is...
‘Spidey senses’ could help autonomous machines see better

‘Spidey-senses’ could help autonomous vehicles better detect and avoid objects

Spider-Man's most famous ability is his "Spidey-sense," which allows the hero to sense danger in advance and quickly react. It is not completely fiction-...
Blood test - Alamy

Accuracy of non-invasive blood tests depends on skin type: study

Testing of blood parameters like glucose and haemoglobin levels using non-invasive devices based on light sensors is becoming popular. A new study by Indian...
New Depth Sensors for Self-Driving Cars

New Depth Sensors for Self-Driving Cars

At a scope of 2 meters, existing time-of-flight systems have a profundity determination of about a centimeter. That is sufficient for the helped to...
Developing Sensors to Defend Aircraft Against Laser Strike

Developing Sensors to Defend Aircraft Against Laser Strike

Laser strike on aircraft can be a hazard. They represent various threats to pilots, including diversion amid significant minutes in flight, brief blaze visual impairment. Although, it...
Designing Polymers with Novel Features

Designing Polymers with Novel Features

MIT scientist Bradley Olsen along with his colleagues are exploring physical properties for designing polymer. The team involves 15 to 20 students and postdoc seeks after this methodologies...
New Alloy Sensors For Jet Engines Can Handle High Heat

New Alloy Sensors For Jet Engines Can Handle High Heat

Scientists at the John Hopkin's University have cultivated new sensors for microelectromechanical systems and the devices that are part of the Internet of Things....

Fluorescent Polymer Gels to Detect Structural Failure in Energy-Related Equipment

The MIT researchers are developing fluorescent polymer gels that change color when they are shaken, heated, unveiled to acid, or otherwise disorganize. This new...

TRENDING NOW