Intelligent and Biosensors
by Vernon S. Somerset
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 396
The term intelligent sensor has been used in the sensor industry to describe sensors that provide not only measurements, but also functionality to specific measurements. This book is an attempt to highlight the current research in the field of Intelligent and Biosensors, thereby describing state-of-the-art techniques in the field and emerging new technologies, also showcasing some examples and applications.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Robert H. Morris, Michael I. Newton (eds) - MDPI AG
There is enormous interest in magnetic resonance sensors which represents a significant growth area. This book aims to bring together a number of such applications into a single publication which would act as a current state of the art in this field.
by Eric R. Fossum, et al. - MDPI AG
Photon-counting image sensors may represent the next step in the evolution of solid-state image sensors. In a photon-counting image sensor, it is possible to determine the number of photons that have struck a sensor photoelement during some time.
by Milind Kr Sharma - InTech
Contents: High Temperature Superconducting Maglev Measurement System; Metrology for non-stationary dynamic measurements; Nano-metrology based on the Laser Interferometers; Inductive Telemetric Measurement Systems for Remote Sensing; etc.
by Sergio Rui Silva - InTech
Simulation and 3D reconstruction of side-looking sonar images, synthetic aperture techniques, ensemble averaging and resolution enhancement of digital radar and sonar signals, multi-sonar integration and the advent of sensor intelligence, and more.