One of the main reasons why highly-sophisticated sensors have come down in price to affordable levels in the past few years is smartphones.
The economies of scale achieved through having to produce literally billions of sensors for smartphones has established a strong manufacturing base for sensing technology.
And from that base, sensors are now driving many different markets, perhaps most interesting of which is the automotive market. Continue reading Energised by smartphones, sensors are driving the automotive industry
The IoT Tech Expo Global conference has announced keynote speakers for the upcoming global event in London 2017.
Taking place on January 23-24th at the Olympia venue, the event will feature keynote speakers from the likes of Shell, Rolls-Royce, SSE, Maersk, Thyssenkrupp, Sky, Nest, Ford, Heathrow Airport and more.
The two-day event will cover a range of industries from manufacturing to healthcare, transportation to government, logistics to retail, with a total of 7 conference tracks covering the entire Internet of Things ecosystem. Continue reading IoT Tech Expo Global 2017 lines up keynote speakers
2016 marks the third year Belt Technologies has attended the Mechanical Components & Materials Technology Expo.
The event, also referred to as “M-Tech”, is held annually each June at Tokyo Big Sight in Japan and is one of the world’s largest exhibitions of mechanical and processing technology.
Alan Wosky, president of Belt Technologies, says: “M-Tech has been a great experience each year that we’ve attended. Continue reading Stainless steel belts in robotics applications showcased at M-Tech 2016