Magnetic Sensors--Emerging Technology Developments (Technical Insights)

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This research service profiles key emerging developments and trends related to magnectic sensor and related technologies.

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Magnetic Sensors--Emerging Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScopeResearch MethodologyResearch Overview and Key FindingsResearch OverviewKey FindingsMagnetic Sensors--Emerging Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Magnetic Sensor Technologies--Principles; Applications; and TrendsTechnology SnapshotFrom Compasses to GMR Read HeadsVector and Scalar MagnetometersTypes of Magnetic Sensor TechnologiesLow-Field Vector SensorsEarth's Field Vector SensorsHigh-Field Vector SensorsScalar MagnetometersApplications Analysis; Trends; and IssuesAssessment of ApplicationsTrends and IssuesMagnetic Sensors--Emerging Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Research and Development HighlightsAcademia--Global DevelopmentsChip-Scale Magnetic Sensor--National Institute Of Standards and Technology--USASensor Based on Ballistic Magnetoresistance--State University of New York at Buffalo--USAGiant Magnetoimpedance Sensors--University of Paris--FranceMagnetic Biosensor for Detecting Highly Dangerous Bacterial Species--University of Marburg--GermanyUsing Cheap Noncryogenic Sensors for Cryogenic Applications--Laboratorio Oficial de Metroloxía de Galicia--SpainAutomatic Calibration Techniques for Hall Sensors--Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne--SwitzerlandBioapplication of High-Temperature SQUID Sensor--Tyohashi Institute of Technology--JapanBreakthrough for Nanomagnetic Measurement--Center for Material Elaboration and Structural Studies--FranceThe Tongue Drive--North Carolina State University at Raleigh--USADual-Axis Magnetic Field Sensor System for Electronic Compasses--University of Lecce--ItalyA Step Closer to Superconductor Memories--Augsberg University--GermanyBridging Magnetic and Electronic World--University of Twente--NetherlandsBose-Einstein Condensates Sensors--Heidelberg University--GermanyCorporates--Global DevelopmentsAdvances in Catheter Tracking--Ascension Technology Corporation--USAState-of-the-Art Miniature Sensor Chip--Sick AG--GermanyVery High Resolution Position Sensor--Renishaw--USALow-Voltage Hall Sensors--Allegro Microsystems Inc.--USAMagnetic Linear Position Sensor--iC Haus--GermanySensors for Extreme Environments--Siemens AG--GermanyWear-Resistant Sensors and New Mounting Systems–Balluff--GermanyMagnetic Sensors--Emerging Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisDriving FactorsAutomobilesHard Disk Read HeadMiniaturization and IntegrationDemand for Hall Sensors; Some Opportunities for AMR SensorsBiomedical ApplicationsEmerging ApplicationsMajor Restraints and ChallengesComplexity and CostProblems Arising from MiniaturizationChallenges Related to SQUID SensorsIn the Near TermMiniaturization and IntegrationHall Sensors--The Industry WorkhorseGMI EffectIs SQUID Going to Be Big?Magnetic Sensors--Emerging Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Key Contacts and Selected PatentsKey ContactsAcademiaIndustryKey Patents Related to this SectorPatents IPatents IIMagnetic Sensors--Emerging Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDecision Support Database Tables - Automobiles; Aerospace; and MilitaryCar Production--World (1999 to 2006)Number of Commercial Ships--World (1999 to 2006)Number of Military Ships--World (1999 to 2006)Number of Submarines--World (1999 to 2006)Decision Support Database Tables - Geophysical Location SystemMining and Mineral Exploring CompaniesNumber of Mining and Mineral Exploration Companies--WorldDecision Support Database Tables - MedicalMortality due to Circulatory Diseases--World (1999 to 2006)Mortality due to Coronary Heart Disease--World (1999 to 2006)




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