Indoor environment agricultural systems utilize advanced technologies to optimize resource usage, maximize crop yields, and minimize environmental impact. However, managing and maintaining optimal growing conditions within these enclosed spaces pose significant challenges. In addition to artificial lighting, one critical factor that significantly affects plant growth and productivity is the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2).
November 22, 2023 by Infineon Technologies
MaaS is driving the need to add and improve features that support the heart of this new technology. This white paper explores how electronics and sensors are powering today's connected vehicles.
March 08, 2022 by Murata
Since radars are critical to vehicles, manufacturers need to ensure that they do not malfunction or become non-responsive in critical situations. Stringent EMS testing in line with ISO11451-2 is carried out for vehicle level testing. However, one of the key challenges is replicating real life scenarios where the ADAS car radar functions are activated during EMS testing.
May 27, 2021 by Rohde & Schwarz
A power sensor is a fundamental measurement tool in RF engineering. However, today's marketplace is filled with myriad choices, and many are making bold claims about attributes such as measurement speed and readings per second.
April 13, 2021 by Rohde & Schwarz
The global condition-based monitoring (CbM) market has experienced significant growth over the past few years, and it will likely only continue to grow in the near future. This growth coincides with the rapid advancement of MEMS accelerometers for use in vibration sensing applications, now rivaling the once-dominant piezoelectric (or PZT) accelerometer.
March 03, 2021 by Analog Devices