Sensors

TactileMobility400x275Tactile Mobility, which develops tactile data and virtual sensing technology, has announced the launch of a runover virtual solution that provides vehicles with the ability to identify in real time an initial runover of an object to prevent a full runover.

 

NorstatFM FMM 400x275Norstat has announced it is now offering a line of inductive proximity sensors with full stainless steel housings and sensing faces that make them ideal for harsh environments.

 

ADLINK MCM 216218 400x275ADLINK Technology, which develops edge computing technologies, has added the MCM-216 and MCM-218 models to its MCM-210 standalone Ethernet DAQ series. The standalone dedge devices permit mass deployment of Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications, including test & measurement and condition monitoring scenarios.

 

FlukeProcessSpot 400x275Fluke Process Instruments, which develop infrared imaging and thermal profiling solutions for industrial instruments, has announced partnering with Boston Dynamics to bring its new SV600 Fixed Acoustic Imager capabilities to the Spot mobile robot. The package is expected to be released later in August.

 

SICKRuler3000 400x275SICK has announced the first in a new generation of Ruler3000 3D streaming cameras, designed to offer systems integrators with a way to harness the speed and measurement precision of SICK’s high-definition 3D imaging technology. The Ruler3000 is a pre-calibrated device that combines SICK’s Ranger3 streaming camera with a Class 2 eye-safe laser, pre-selected optics and fixed geometries to enable simpler configuration and commissioning.

 

OusterDanfossLidar sensor maker Ouster has announced it has partnered with Danfoss Power Solutions to accelerate the adoption of Ouster’s digital lidar sensors and provide turnkey implementation for end users. Danfoss provides mobile hydraulic and electrification products and solutions for construction, agriculture and other on-highway and off-highway vehicle markets, supporting OEM customers and distribution partners.

 

Blaize AI Edge400x275Blaize, which develops artificial intelligence computing and automotive computing solutions, and eYs3D Microelectronics, an image processing solution provider developing 3D vision for edge AI, have announced a reference design for the Blaize Pathfinder P1600 SoM (system on a module).

 

JabilOptics400x275Jabil has announced that its optical design center is currently developing a new ominidirectional sensor aimed at robotic and industrial platforms. The 3D time-of-flight  (ToF) depth sensor with a 360-degree-by-60-degree field of view is being developed by combining a custom optical assembly with an active illumination approach. Jabil said the solid-state design is one of several sensing systems that Jabil Optics is designing to support lower-cost autonomous mobile robot and collaborative robot platforms.

 

GoodyearSightLine400x275The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has announced a tire intelligence solution aimed at cargo van fleets. The Goodyear SightLine system aims to help enable seamless, safe and reliable mobility for vehicles serving field service, construction and last-mile delivery solutions.

 

Velodyne Velobit 400x275Velodyne Lidar has announced the next generation of its Velabit sensor, addressing cost, safety and design challenges for autonomous solutions while improving performance. Using Velodyne’s proprietary micro-lidar array architecture (MLA), the Velabit delivers an ultra-wide field of view (FoV) and higher resolution, the company said.

 

SICK Vention400x275SICK has announced a partnership with Vention that will combine SICK’s PLB and PLOC2D systems with Vention’s manufacturing automation platform to accelerate the design and deployment of custom-built applications for robot guidance systems.

 

Seabed Velodyne 400x275Velodyne Lidar has announced that Seabed B.V., which develops equipment for offshore surveying and dredging, has selected Velodyne’s Puck sensors for its lidar mobile mapping system. The Seabed system is a mobile lidar solution for hydrographic surveys that can support sustainable planning to protect sensitive historic and marine environments.

 

MIT Digital Fibers 400x275MIT researchers have created the first fiber with digital capabilities, able to sense, store, analyze, and infer activity after being sewn into a shirt. The researchers said this could expand the possibilities for fabrics to uncover hidden patterns in the human body that could be used for physical performance monitoring, medical inference, and early disease detection, among other uses.

 

SICK W4F 400x275SICK has announced launching a new miniature photoelectric sensor, the W4F, aimed for intelligent object detection in tight installation spaces for proximity-based applications. The new ASIC platform and sensors can detect jet black, highly reflective, flat, or transparent objects more reliably than other sensors. The W4F can also provide distance information, such as the height of objects, and, as a result, identify process eros. SICK said initial users of the W4F said the photoelectric sensors “have the best ambient light and sunlight suppression on the market, as well as maximum immunity to all known sources of optical interference.”

 

ACEINNA OpenIMU335RIACEINNA has announced the general availability of its OpenIMU335RI, a rugged inertial measurement unit (IMU) with CAN and RS232 interfaces. The OpenIMU335RI follows the earlier introduced IMU383ZA and OpenIMU330BI in the company’s Gen 3 architecture.

 

Vishay VCNL36825T 400x275The Optoelectronics Group of Vishay Intertechnology has announced a new fully integrated proximity sensor designed to increase efficiency and performance in consumer and industrial applications. Featuring a vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL), the VCNL36825T combines a photodiode, signal processing IC, and 12-bit ADC in a compact 2.0 mm by 1.25 mm by 0.55 mm surface-mount package with a small 1.6 mm light hole.