Advancements in Touch Sensors, Image Sensors, Printed Sensors, Magnetic Sensors, and Batteryless Sensors

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This issue of the Sensor TOE profiles developments in optical touch sensors that provide a proximity-based solution for any surface or even in mid-air; image sensors that use a convolutional neural network processor (CNNP) and artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms for face recognition; printed sensors, based on the interaction of electric fields with metallic conductors, for tire tread monitoring; smart vehicle parking systems that use magneto-inductive magnetic sensors; batteryless, wireless passive RFID tags and sensors for IoT applications.Sensor TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures global sensor-related innovations and developments on a weekly basis. Innovations are directed toward developing smar

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Advancements in Touch Sensors, Image Sensors, Printed Sensors, Magnetic Sensors, and Batteryless SensorsInnovations in Touch Sensors, Image Sensors, Printed Sensors, Smart Sensors, and Wireless Sensors Novel Technology for Optical Touch MultisensingImage Sensors Integrated with Artificial IntelligencePrinted Sensors for Monitoring Tire WearMagnetic Sensor-based System for Vehicle Parking ManagementBatteryless Wireless Sensors for IoT ApplicationsIndustry Contacts

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Release Date : 05-Oct-18

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