Mecmesin set to showcase force and torque testing solutions at EIS Instrumentation, Analysis and Testing Exhibition

Mecmesin, a British manufacturer will demonstrate a selection of force and torque testing equipment for quality control on stand 55 at the 2019 EIS Instrumentation, Analysis and Testing Exhibition. On show will be Mecmesin’s Vortex-xt torque tester and MultiTest-dV motorised force tester.  Designed to meet the diverse needs of both …

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Datron Technology Stands 10 & 11

Datron Technology Ltd are suppliers of automotive test equipment for autonomous, vehicle dynamics and validation applications such as ADAS, coast-down and brake testing. From RTK ground-truth systems, to driving robots, NCAP crash targets, dataloggers, CAN modules and sensors, Datron Technology can offer a solution for almost any type of testing. …

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Yokogawa establishes Yokogawa Norge

Yokogawa has announced its new subsidiary in Norway to engage in the sale of control products and provision of related services. The subsidiary, Yokogawa Norge, was established on 14 February 2019. Renewable energy, pharmaceuticals, and foods are targeted under Yokogawa’s Transformation 2020 mid-term business plan, and each of these industries …

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Interface Force Measurements Stand 4

We at Interface Force measurements are pleased to be exhibiting at the E.I.S’s annual Instrumentation Analysis and Test exhibition on 2nd April. Interface Force Measurements are a specialist measurement sensor company with years of experience. We look forward to meeting you at E.I.S and discussing your latest force, torque or …

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Oxford Technical Solutions – New measurements added to RT-Range [Stand 12]

A new software feature leverages the power of the RT-Range to save time and effort when multiple sensors need to be validated. Quicker and easier sensor validation. That’s the promise of a new software feature called Multiple Sensor Points, which is now available to anyone using the RT‑Range system to …

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Instrumentation, Analysis and Testing Exhibition 2019

The Instrumentation, Analysis and Testing Exhibition has become a significant event in the engineering year and with visitors travelling from across the UK it is seen by many as the go-to event for testing and analysis technologies. Returning to the Silverstone Wing at Silverstone Race Circuit on 2 April, the …

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New measurement method for radioactive methane could have applications in the energy industry

The method developed by Juho Karhu in his PhD thesis work at the University of Helsinki, is a first step towards creating a precise measuring device. The article by doctoral researcher Juho Karhu was published in February, 2019, in Optics Letters. The article described a new method for measuring radioactive …

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Magnetoresistive sensors for near future innovative development

Excluding the information recording and reading technology, in the next 15-20 years, hypersensitive sensors operating under the magnetoresistive principle will be applied in an extensive number of innovative areas. Among them are biomedicine, flexible electronics, position sensors, and human-computer interaction, various types of monitoring, navigation and autonomous transport. An article …

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Printed electronics manufacturers to benefit from In-line material characterisation and analysis

HORIBA has successfully implemented in-line, non-destructive, non-intrusive and non-contact material analysis and characterisation techniques into roll-to-roll printed electronics manufacturing to provide quality assurance and improve yield. Specifically, HORIBA provided the European SMARTRONICS project [FP7-NMP.2012.1.4.1] – an objective of which is the development of smart nanomaterials for organic electronics – with in-line spectral …

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True-meaning wearable displays: Self-powered, washable and wearable

When we think about clothes, they are usually formed with textiles and have to be both wearable and washable for daily use; however, smart clothing has had a problem with its power sources and moisture permeability, which causes the devices to malfunction. This problem has now been overcome by a …

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