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Still using hazardous glass wool inside your gas sensor?

Electrolyte reservoirs made from porous fiber have consistent sizes and excellent fluid retention and delivery – with none of glass wool’s inhalation issues. Check it out for yourself – request a sample today.

Making Gas Sensors Safer & More Effective with Porous Polymers
Recorded on November 21, 2019 | Porex Filtration Group

Learn what porous polymers are, how they are manufactured, and what roles they can play in functional sensor components. Porex’s head of R&D and product development will explain how companies can use porous polymers to replace these harmful materials and increase performance of the sensor. Register now.

Creating an Embedded Image Processing System

Our Zybo Z7 is one of the more popular FPGA Developer Boards in our arsenal, and rightfully so - it makes a robust single-board computer at a reasonable cost. Using it to power a video processing system isn't as hard as you might think. This white paper provides guidance for developing your own. Download now.

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Are too many harmful gases destroying the life of your gas sensor?

Gas-specific absorbing filters made from porous polymers increase the life of your sensor by absorbing more of a problem gas per unit volume than lead acetate filters and are made with safe materials. Let POREX® gas-specific absorbing filters safeguard your sensor by requesting a sample today! Learn more!

Eliminating Hazardous Glass Wool from Sensor Electrolyte Reservoirs
Porex Filtration Group

Electrolyte reservoirs in electrochemical gas sensors have traditionally been manufactured with glass wool. In this tech brief, learn how not only to remove glass wool from your sensor assembly entirely but also to increase the efficiency and consistency of the reservoir assembly process. Download to learn more!

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Lap the Competition at MassaSonic® Speed
Massa Products Corporation

MassaSonic PulStar® L-95 is the consumer’s choice for continuous proximity sensors on the market.  Our innovative design helps protect our sensors from imposing environmental conditions while being able to accurately measure the distance or level of liquids and solids at ranges of 8” to 20’. Learn more!

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The Smartest Motion Detection Choice for Your Smart Technology
Excelitas Technologies® Corp

The new DigiPyro® PYD 2792 delivers streamlined SMD integration, ultra-compact form factor and the lowest power requirements available today. The reduced 1.8V power requirement extends service life in battery-operated applications while offering excellent function and strong signal performance. Learn more!

A Fool’s Errand? The Current State of LiDAR for AVs
June 12, 2019 | 4pm ET / 1pm PT | Baraja

Is LiDAR really a “fool’s errand”? Join Cibby Pulikkaseril, CTO and co-founder of Baraja for a deep-dive into the technologies on the cutting edge of LiDAR for autonomous vehicles. Register for this free webinar now.

Sensors Expo Sneak Preview – Designing for Energy Harvesting & Energy Efficiency
Recorded on June 6, 2019 | Randy Frank & Associates, Ltd.

Don’t miss this this exclusive sneak preview to the Sensors Expo Pre-Conference Symposium “Designing for Energy Harvesting & Energy Efficiency” featuring technologies and application challenges associated with energy harvesting and reduced power consumption for wireless sensor nodes. Register now for this free webinar.

Introducing Cybersecurity
Sealevel Systems, Inc.

This is the rule of the data revolution: for every action to store, secure and use data, there is an equal or greater reaction to steal data. As data has migrated from documents to bioinformatics and digital histories, protection has moved from file cabinets to virtual storage spaces. Likewise, malicious parties have transitioned from physical break-ins to ransomware, DDoS attacks, botnets and other nefarious acts. This white paper covers:

  • History of Cybercrime
  • Types of Cyber Attacks
  • Cybersecurity Measures
  • Cybersecurity Trends

Read more here!

2nd Annual Embedded Online Conference
Wednesday, May 22 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST | Beningo Embedded Group

Twice a year, in the spring and in the fall, Jacob puts on a conference with industry leaders designed to help embedded systems engineers take their knowledge and skills to the next level. Topics often cover areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Bootloaders, C/C++ Programming, Defect Management, Design Processes, RTOSes, Security and much more.

Sensors Expo Sneak Preview – Paper, Plastic & Fabric: New Platforms Enabling Commercialization Opportunities
May 9, 2019 | 2pm ET / 11am PT | Roger Grace Associates

Featuring speakers from PARC and Panasonic, you can’t miss this exclusive sneak preview to the Sensors Expo Pre-Conference Symposium “Paper, Plastic and Fabric: New Platforms Enabling Commercialization Opportunities for Printed/Flexible/Stretchable and Functional Fabric Sensors and Sensor-Based Systems.” Register now for this free webinar.