Advanced Sensor Technologies for Industrial Automation and Process Control (Technical Insights)

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This research service profiles important emerging developments and trends sensor technologies related to industrial automation and process control.

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Advanced Sensor Technologies for Industrial Automation and Process Control (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverview and Key FindingsOverviewKey FindingsScope and MethodologyScopeResearch MethodologyAdvanced Sensor Technologies for Industrial Automation and Process Control (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology PrimerOverviewA Snapshot of Relevant TechnologiesTechnology Trends and Market ScenarioTechnology TrendsMarket ScenarioAdvanced Sensor Technologies for Industrial Automation and Process Control (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisAnalysis of Technology Drivers and ChallengesTechnology DriversTechnology ChallengesSelected StandardsOverviewAnalysis of Selected StandardsAdvanced Sensor Technologies for Industrial Automation and Process Control (Technical Insights), Technology InnovationsInnovations in Universities and Research InstitutesAn Ultrasound Sensor for High Pressure Applications--SloveniaA Novel Optical Mercury Sensor for Process Control--IranResearchers Use Optical Fiber Sensor for High Relative Humidity Measurement--SingaporeA Novel Gas Sensor Based on Oxide Thick Films--IrelandResearchers Develop Polyaniline (PANI)-Based Ammonia Sensors--IndiaOptically Transparent Hydrogen Sensors--USAUnique Electrochemical Sensors Developed at Los Alamos--USAA Noncontact Optical Temperature Sensor for High-Temperature Applications--IndiaA Quartz Crystal Sensor To Measure Dew Point Used in Designing Separation Processes--KoreaA Novel Ultrasonic Sensor for In Situ Detection of Protein Fouling--ChinaInnovations in the Corporate SectorMillennial Net's 2.4 GHz Industrial-Class Wireless Mesh System--USASensicast Offers Reliable Wireless Sensor Network Solutions for Industrial Environments--USANew Intelligent Sensor Family from Analog Devices for Industrial Systems--USAMicrocontrollers from TI Offer Ultralow Power--USASensor Platforms' Smart Sensor Solutions--USAMaintenance-Free Smart Energy Sensor Solutions from Enocean--GermanyNovel SCA114T and SCA124T Inclination Sensor Modules from VTI--FinlandLoma Scientifics’s Microwave Thermal Sensing Technology for the Food Industry--UKDOSS for On-line Process Control--DenmarkIndustrial Sensor Integration Solutions from Softnoze--USARevolution Offers a Wide Range of Sensing Technologies--USAResearchers at GE Global Research Center develop a Novel MEMS Multiple-Gas Sensor--USAFISO Introduces the TMI for Affordable Fiber Optic Temperature Measurements--CanadaUnique Temperature and Strain Measurement Technology from Sensornet--UKL3 Vision CCD Technology-Based Image Sensors for Process Control--UKNovel Image Sensors from FillFactory for Industrial Vision--BelgiumAdvanced Sensor Technologies for Industrial Automation and Process Control (Technical Insights), Patents and Key Industry ParticipantsPatentsUS PatentsOther PatentsKey Industrial ParticipantsCorporate ParticipantsAcademic ParticipantsAdvanced Sensor Technologies for Industrial Automation and Process Control (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientAdvanced Sensor Technologies for Industrial Automation and Process Control (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabaseNumber of Establishments--North America (1999-2009)Number of Manufacturing Establishments--North America (1999-2009)Wireless Revenue--North America (1999-2009)Global Semiconductor and Semiconductor Equipment Market (1999-2006)Medical and Industrial Equipment Contribution to Electronics Industry (1999-2006)




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