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Sensor technology advances and future trends Abstract: Recent advances of sensor technologies have been powered by high-speed and low-cost electronic circuits, novel signal processing methods, and advanced manufacturing technologies. The synergetic interaction of new developments in these fields provides promising technical solutions increasing the quality, reliability, and economic efficiency of technical products.
With selected examples, we will give an overview about the significant developments of methods, structures, manufacturing technologies, and signal processing characterizing today's sensors and sensor systems. Predominantly observed development trends in the future are discussed.
Article :. Date of Publication: 22 November Covers the latest developments and applications in sensing technology Discusses the design and fabrication of high-performance modern sensor technology Written by leading experts in the field see more benefits. Buy eBook. Buy Hardcover.
This book has focussed on different aspects of smart sensors and sensing technology, i.e. intelligent measurement, information processing, adaptability. Advancement in Sensing Technology. New Developments and Practical Applications. Editors: Mukhopadhyay, Subhas Chandra, Jayasundera, Krishanthi P.
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