Sensor Technology Alert. Chipless RFID Tags could Impact the Barcode Industry; Mapping of Applied Pressure Improves Breast Exams; Miniature Wearable Input Device

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This issue profiles chipless RFID tags that could impact the barcode industry, mapping of applied pressure for improving breast exams, sensor technology that helps clinicians improve breast exam skills, and a miniature wearable input device.

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Sensor Technology Alert. Chipless RFID Tags could Impact the Barcode Industry; Mapping of Applied Pressure Improves Breast Exams; Miniature Wearable Input DeviceIn This Issue1. CHIPLESS RFID TAGS COULD IMPACT BARCODE INDUSTRY2. MAPPING OF APPLIED PRESSURE IMPROVES BREAST EXAMS3. MINIATURE WEARABLE INPUT DEVICE4. RECENT PATENTS IN THE FIELD OF PRINTED SENSORS5. TECHVISION 2015




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