Sensor Sourcebook: Guide to Sensor Developments Worldwide; 4th Edition (Technical Insights)


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This report provides a detailed overview of important developers of various sensor technologies, including technology descriptions and full contact information

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Sensor Sourcebook: Guide to Sensor Developments Worldwide; 4th Edition (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryIntroductionOverviewScope and MethodologyTechnology DescriptionOverviewKey DevelopmentsSensor Sourcebook: Guide to Sensor Developments Worldwide; 4th Edition (Technical Insights), The Technologies of SensorsSensors--From the Simple to the SmartSimply SensorsSome High-Tech SolutionsTechnologies That Are Driving Their DevelopmentMEMSPiezoelectric MaterialsIntelligent ControlEmbedded NetworkingWireless CommunicationFiber OpticsApplicationsThe Major MarketsSensors for SafetyEnvironmental ControlsSensor Sourcebook: Guide to Sensor Developments Worldwide; 4th Edition (Technical Insights), The Major Players: CompaniesIT/Peripheral/TelecommunicationsAirpax CorporationCognex CorporationDallas Semiconductor Corp.Integral Vision Inc.Irvine Sensors CorporationLight Age Inc.Lightwave Electronics CorporationMaxim Integrated Products Inc.Micralyne Inc.The Microoptical Corp.Microsoft ResearchNVE CorporationPhotonics Laboratories Inc.Sensors Unlimited Inc.Xerox Palo Alto Research CenterMedical/BiochemicalABTECH Scientific Inc.Affymetrix Inc.Applied Biophysics Inc.AVL Biosense Corp.Bioluminate Inc.Biostar Inc.Cosense Inc.CTF Systems Inc.Cyrano Sciences Inc.Marconi Caswell Inc.Micronics Inc.Nanosphere Inc.Omnicorder Technologies Inc.Optical Sensors IncorporatedRadiation Monitoring Devices Inc.Industrial/Automotive/Environmental/OtherACO Pacific Inc.Airak Inc.Allegro MicroSystems Inc.Alpha MOS FranceApplied Geomechanics Inc.Barringer Instruments Inc.Baumer Electric Ltd.BEI Technologies Inc.Bently Nevada Corp.Biological Monitoring Inc.Chelsea Instruments Ltd.Control Instruments Corp.Control Vision Inc.CorrOcean ASDecisionLink Inc.Digiflow Systems Inc.DRS Technologies Inc.Dytran Instruments Inc.Electronic Sensor TechnologyElectro-Sensors Inc.First Technologies PLCThe Henry G. Dietz Co. Inc.Herga Electric Ltd.Hygrometrix Inc.Industrial Sensors & ActuatorsIon Optics Inc.Johnson Controls Automotive GroupKore Technology Ltd.Magnetic Sensors Corp.Micronas GmbHMKS InstrumentsMotorola Semiconductor Products SectorNovaSensorOceana Sensor TechnologiesPhotonic SensorPiezotech SAP S Analytical Ltd.Quantum Magnetics Inc.Sense Technologies Inc.Sensor Technology Ltd.Sensors Research Consulting Inc.Sensortex Inc.Servomex Company Inc.Sierra Monitor Corp.TRW Chassis SystemsSensor Sourcebook: Guide to Sensor Developments Worldwide; 4th Edition (Technical Insights), The Major Players: Research InstitutionsResearch Institutions; From B to MBinghamton UniversityBoston UniversityBrigham Young UniversityThe Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc.Columbia UniversityCornell UniversityFraunhofer-Institüt füer Physikalische MesstechnikGeorgia Institute of TechnologyHarvard UniversityHebrew University of JerusalemIndiana UniversityIowa State UniversityJohns Hopkins UniversityLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryLos Alamos National LaboratoryLund University; Chemical CenterMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMcGill UniversityResearch Institutions; From N to ZNaval Research LaboratoryOak Ridge National LaboratoryThe Ohio State UniversityPacific Northwest National LaboratoryPennsylvania State UniversityPurdue UniversitySandia National LaboratorySimon Fraser UniversitySRI International Mechanical Sensor ProgramStanford UniversityTexas A&M UniversityUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamUniversity of ArizonaUniversity of ArkansasUniversity of BaselUniversity of California; BerkeleyUniversity of California at San DiegoUniversity of ConnecticutUniversity of HamburgUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUniversity of MichiganUniversity of Missouri-ColumbiaUniversity of PittsburghUniversity of RochesterUniversity of SheffieldUniversity of VermontUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonVanderbilt UniversityVirginia Polytechnic InstituteSensor Sourcebook: Guide to Sensor Developments Worldwide; 4th Edition (Technical Insights), Technology Index; Applications Index; References; and ResourcesTechnology and Applications IndicesTechnology IndexApplication IndexReferences and ResourcesReferencesResources

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