Sensors, Test & Measurement

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Graphene goes nuclear

A UK-based company’s development of a graphene sensor has led directly to a working partnership with CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.


Tharsus develops Bump social distancing technology

?Tharsus, one of the UK’s most advanced robotics companies, has announced the development of ‘Bump’ – a new, cutting-edge technology system specifically designed to help keep people safe in the ...


Sensors keep things on track

Laser triangulation sensors are being used to measure the lateral position of rail bogie wheels relative to the rail head in a ground-breaking rail traction technology project.


Portable simulators

Designed to meet demand from chassis and safety engineers, compact simulators are now offering opportunities across multiple departments of OEMs to successfully solve market challenges in a more ...



Sensors offer nuclear options

A 2D laser profile sensor is being used by the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing and Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC) in a project to develop a smart robotic grinding/deburring solution for welded ...




I spy with my UVeye

An Israeli start-up has taken a system for detecting explosives underneath vehicles and re-designed it for the automotive quality assurance market.







Keep on rolling

The term ‘Smart Products’ has become part of everyday vocabulary as we acquire ever-increasing numbers of devices that communicate with each other and allow us to control them or access information ...








Detecting tumours with optical imaging

Near-infrared technology from MIT pinpoints fluorescent probes within living tissue, at a depth approaching that of CT and MRI but at a higher resolution and could be used to detect cancer earlier.