University of Vigo posted this:New non-destructive method for “in situ” monitoring of anticorrosive protection of organic coatingsThe main novelty of the device and procedure is the new portable sensor adaptable to virtually any surface. The device, fixable by vacuum to the surface under study, makes possible the measurement of the electrochemical interfacial impedance, that is the main parameter of interest for adherence quality and anti-corrosion performance.
Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer India posted this:GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE (GMR) BASED MAGNETIC SENSORS AND SPEED SENSOR MODULEThe MRA 1427/1426 magnetic sensor utilizes Giant magneto-resistive (GMR) technology, where highly sensitive unshielded GMR elements are configured in a form of single Wheatstone bridge. The Wheatstone bridge generates a differential output voltage with respect to magnetic field gradient along the sensor's sensitive direction. Each resistor has 45 kΩ nominal resistance and output of the bridge is purely ratiometric with the power supply voltage. Due to our unique technology and design, MRA 1427 is highly sensitive and has the ability to detect signals at the wide air gap. The excellent thermal and voltage stability makes it suitable for challenging environments. The MRA 1427 GMR sensor available in 8T-DFN package with dimensions 3 mm x 3 mm x 0.75 mm.
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas posted this:Low cost and reusable, non-invasive wireless chemical sensor for biological fluidsLow cost and reusable, non-invasive wireless chemical sensor for biological fluids Researchers from the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) have developed a novel wearable sensor technology, which is suitable to detect and monitor in a non-invasively-way metabolites and biomarkers such as glucose, lactate and/or alcohol. The sensor is based on an electrochromicelectrochemical and wireless optical sensing basis, and is suitable to be used on biological fluids (included human or food one). Its mass-production capability by using conventional screen-printing process enables their easy and low-cost integration in multiple form factors. Industrial partners interested on mass production of electrochemical sensors for smart patches, food packaging and textiles (clothes and shoes) applications are being sought to exploit the technology through a license or collaboration agreement. An offer for Patent Licensing
Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:UAV-mobile geophysical complex for oil and gas exploration and productionNSU developed a UAV-mobile complex for geophysical research. It uses a high-frequency and highly sensitive vector magnetometer, gamma-spectrometer, gas analyzer, as well as special software for data processing, which creates a high-precision description of the depth of occurrence and morphology of magnetic anomaly with the size of up to tens of centimeters and less. Due to this, the costs of exploration are significantly, often more than 10 times lower than using conventional methods.
Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:Breakthrough UAV-mobile system for geophysical research of solid mineral depositsNSU developed a UAV-mobile system for geophysical research of solid mineral deposits. It uses a high-frequency and highly sensitive vector magnetometer, gamma-spectrometer, gas analyzer, as well as special software for data processing, which creates a high-precision description of the depth of occurrence and morphology of the ore body, archaeological artifact or other magnetic anomaly with the size of up to tens of centimeters and less. Due to this, the costs of exploration are significantly, often more than 10 times lower than using conventional methods.
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Director at Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas posted this:Ultrafast and sensitive humidity sensor with subsecond response timesThe Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) have developed a humidity senso r. This sensor allows to detect and quantify the surrounding humidity by optical transduction. The device is based in the optical response of a photonic crystal. This humidity sensor has been successfully tested showing response times under one second. Industrial partners manufacturers of sensors are being sought to collaborate through a patent license agreement. An offer for Patent Licensing
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Employee at Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Maxim Korshikov posted this:
Innovation Manager at Technoton Engineering
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Efficient sensing techniques for smart city applicationsThe city of the 21st century demands a set of digital services that provide citizens with improved access to resources such as transport, education, health care, energy, safety, and the environment. Giving intelligence to these services means having an extensive network of sensors and the management of information supported by the Internet of things (IoT). Wireless sensor networks present two major challenges: efficient communication and energy autonomy. Event-based sensing techniques help to optimize both by analyzing the information registered in the sensor and making it available to the network only when necessary. In the GEINTRA group, we have experience in event-based sensing techniques and their application to the field of Smart Cities.
Guillermo Rodríguez posted this:
R&D Manager at Biótica, Bioquímica Analítica,S.L.
Pulsa posted this:Weight & gas pressure IoT sensor telemetry solution with machine learning predictive inventoryPulsa provides predictive inventory via purpose-built, connected hardware and an advanced machine learning backend. We are able to understand variable consumption and tell our customers when they actually need to refill or reorder inventory, instead of repeatedly checking every item. We have built our product to address a large portion of the real-time inventory market, and we are initially focused on industrial gas cylinders. We can eliminate production down time due to depleted gas cylinders and reduce the number of cylinders held in inventory. Our solution, compared to other existing in-market solutions, is significantly more affordable (10x more affordable than existing solutions) and easier to set up (out of box set-up, does not require technical experience) than existing inventory telemetry products. It also combines the real time inventory knowledge with an advanced machine learning backend that predicts when inventory needs to be replenished and notifies end users.
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Nanoparticle Sensor for RDX and Other Nitroamine-Based ExplosivesNanoparticles matrix for the detection of non-planar and non-aromatic nitroamine analytes. Keywords: explosive detection, RDX, nitroamines, nanosensor, Devices, Molecular Electronics, Nano Materials and Nano Structures, Soil, Pollutant Detection, Homeland Security Homeland Security Project ID : 9-2010-2364
Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:Spectral-selective thermal detectors and visualizers of radiation beams of mm and sub-mm rangesA number of thermal detectors and visualizers for inspection systems and quality inspection have been developed in the laboratory of a University (Russia). The design of detectors allows reducing the manufacturing cost as much as possible and combining functions of spectral, polarization and spatial resolution in one device. The authors are looking for partners for commercial agreements, scientific cooperation, and technological cooperation.