Scientists at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences in Austria have developed a way to make sensor data visible on a smartphone using augmented reality as part of the "Dataskop" research project
An Empa researcher and her team are trying to figure out how to tell if a self-driving car has gone "blind" and its sensors need replacing.
Scientists from three Fraunhofer institutes have worked out a radar sensor system that can use AI to interpret entire traffic scenarios and warn autonomous vehicles of dangers.
The mattress from British start-up CaldiScope is stacked with sensors that have learned to signal if someone has been in one position for too long that can cause lesions.
Fraunhofer IZM researchers have developed 3D radar modules for autonomous driving vehicles that enable 360° all-round vision when integrated into a sensor network
Spanish scientists have fitted shoes with sensors that can indicate by the way someone walks whether they are suffering from any early-onset degenerative diseases.
A research team from Empa and Imperial College London has developed drones which equip trees with sensors to detect environmental damage in the forest.
Scientists at the German University of Stuttgart have developed a new radar method that processes the reflections of a reference object without including the transmitted signal.
The ECOSTRESS sensor can map geothermal fields by satellite. This geothermal heat can be processed into sustainable energy.
Modern cars have more and more built-in sensors - and less and less space for additional sensors. Now headlights are also being turned into sensors.
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Combating diseases and optimizing treatments. This is what Helia Biomonitoring, a spin-off from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), is working on. Helia Biomonitoring is developing […]