Sensors’ New Web Site is Live!

E-mail Melanie Martella


If you've visited the Sensors Web site this week you'll have noticed that things look a little…different. Cleaner, better organized, a bit more streamlined, and easier to navigate. I'd like to invite you to take a look around and let us know what you think.

Sensors launched its first Web site in late 1998 and, since then, our Web site has been an integral tool for getting relevant, useful information on sensors and sensor technology into the hands of the people who need it the most. Through the years we've updated the site as new functionalities became available but this latest update is the best so far. (Yes, I am a little biased, why do you ask?)

What You'll Find
The top, horizontal navigation bar duplicates our earlier industry-specific microsites, collecting the information most relevant to those industry sectors. We've also added some new things on the left-hand navigation menu, including the ability to browse by topic; now, for example, you can browse particular types of articles or see everything related to specific types of sensor. And our in-site search is vastly improved! We're still in the process of doing some last-minute tweaking, bug fixing, and retagging the various articles, products, and news stories but welcome to Sensors swank new home! (I freely admit that it makes me giddy with joy!)

Please take a moment to check out the new site and tell us what you think!


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