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Inductive Technology for Precision Position/Displacement Sensing

Although inductive technology is well known for proximity sensing of electrically conductive 'targets', not so well know is inductive 'eddy current' technology for high precision, high resolution position/displacement sensing. Inductive 'eddy current' technology has a long history in automotive test, condition monitoring of rotating equipment and extreme environment test labs. Its application is only limited by the ingenuity of the design or test engineer, but success in applying inductive 'eddy current' technology, or any sensing technology, hinges on a thorough understanding of that technology's capabilities.

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Winning the Wireless War: How to Pick the Right Platform for You

Technological advances and economic forces are expanding the boundaries of networks and incorporating locations that were previously considered unreachable. As IP-based protocols become the standard for inter-operability, end users are demanding that all connectivity designs be IP-based, enabling a flexible suite of customer-selected management tools and infrastructure choices.

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Smart Parts: Additive Manufacturing for Integrated Electro-Mechanical Devices

3D-printed electronics deliver benefits that mirror those of 3D-printed mechanical parts. Integrate the two processes into one hybrid solution to amplify the advantages in time savings, cost reduction and design flexibility to achieve unmatched efficiencies and create revolutionary products. Join us to discover what is possible when you integrate electro-mechanical design and manufacturing.

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How to Speed Innovation at Lower Cost in a Global Regulated Environment

In this era of groundbreaking science, cutting-edge medical device innovations, a growing and aging population, global manufacturing and emerging markets, there are exciting business opportunities for Medical Device companies.

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Multiplexed, Wireless, and Passive Surface Acoustic Wave Sensors

This Webinar will discuss the operation and potential applications of wireless, multiplexed, surface acoustic wave (SAW) sensors. SAW sensors have been studied for many years, but recent work at UCF/KSC has led to multiplexing concepts that allow these sensors to be part of a wireless network.

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Zoom in On the Details: Multi-Domain Technology for Impact and Crash Simulation

Time step discrepancy is a major bottleneck in explicit computation. Predicting physical phenomena through simulation – such as a full vehicle crash - requires models meshed with either solid or shell elements integrating complex behavior including failure criteria. A local high mesh density is needed to accurately predict rupture modes and map their effects at the global model scale. Due to these smaller elements users are forced to decrease the time step or add artificial mass to insure numerical stability, consequently affecting the computation time and results accuracy of the whole model.

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Freescale’s Portfolio of Microprocessors, Microcontrollers, and RF Devices for Aerospace and Defense

By partnering with companies like e2v, Freescale is able to provide a comprehensive portfolio of microcontrollers, microprocessors, and RF devices for the aerospace and defense industry. Freescale offers its customers a comprehensive QorIQ processor roadmap that includes mutlicore devices with multithreading functionality and floating point to meet the demanding size, weight and power requirements of aerospace and defense applications. QorIQ processors also provide best in class Trust Architecture allowing system designers the ability to protect their systems from theft of data, uniqueness and functionality.

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