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Why Gas Sensing Is Becoming Localized


Sensors that measure air flow, air quality, and chemical makeup are being deployed increasingly for both indoor and outdoor environmental monitoring, in homes, automobiles, and industrial facilities. But despite a raft of new applications for these devices, the necessary standards needed to calibrate and compare those devices are trailing well behind rapid development of new types and combinati... » read more

Sensors In Fire Detection


The last 10 years or so have produced some colossal and deadly fire events that have destroyed whole towns, burned a record amount of acreage, and polluted skies for weeks. And wildfires are not just happening in the Western United States but have burnt out of control in Europe, the Amazon, and Australia. Early wildfire detection and forest management via controlled burns are two ways to pre... » read more

Challenges In Making Better Medical Sensors


Now that COVID-19 pandemic has desensitized us to telemedicine and more at-home health monitoring, the way we receive health care probably has changed for good. The no-touch thermometer and our personal pulse oximeter are not just coveted gadgets now. They have true clinical use in what may become a “point-of-use” system. Point of use means we don’t have to go to the clinic to get screene... » read more