How Formula 1 Car Sensors Create Data at Every Turn

Ever wondered how F1 cars are able to track all of their stats? Consider this. According to Business2Community: Modern F1 race cars are networked, connected, intelligent machines that can include hundreds of sensors and nearly a mile of wiring. These sensors deliver billions of data points for analysis that help teams outperform the competition—like when…

The global sensor market is expected to reach an estimated $267.8 billion by 2026 with a CAGR of 12.5% from 2020 to 2026

Curious about the future of the global sensor market? Consider this. According to Yahoo Finance: The future of the global sensor market looks attractive with opportunities in the industrial, healthcare, electronics, automotive, and aerospace/defense industries. The global sensor market is expected to reach an estimated $267.8 billion by 2026 with a CAGR of 12.5% from…

Why Temperature Sensors are a Worthy Investment

Regardless of your industry, temperature sensors might be the next worthy investment you make. According to QSR Magazine: Restaurateurs have two pressing problems that are always top-of-mind. One of the most important responsibilities that restaurants have is to keep their foods—and their guests—safe from foodborne illness. Secondly, the foodservice industry has an ongoing struggle with…

Temperature Sensor Market 2022

Curious about the future of the temperature sensor market? According to MarketWatch: Temperature Sensor Market to reach USD 7.75 Billion by 2027Global Temperature Sensor Market to reach USD 7.75 Billion by 2027.Global Temperature sensor Market is valued approximately at USD 5.66 Billion in 2020 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of…

Measuring the temperature of acid – Non-contact, non-invasive ‘clamp on’ thermometer

Ever wondered how the temperature of acid is measured? According to Process Industry Forum: Conventional or Invasive temperature measurement Conventional temperature measurement, where a temperature measurement probe or sensor is inserted into the process media, is not acceptable in some applications, for example when conditions are hygienic or corrosive. This article discusses the production of…

What Does Caustic Environment Mean?

You may have heard the term “caustic environment”, but what does that mean exactly? According to Corrosionpedia: Caustic environments refer to environments that are corrosive, capable of burning, and harmful to materials and humans. Caustic environments enhance the caustic cracking of materials. A small amount of caustic substances—like alkaline sodium, potassium and ammonium carbonate-bicarbonate solution—causes…

A Guide to Temperature Control

Have you wondered about temperature control in the food industry? According to Foodservice Equipment and Supplies: Foodservice operators can choose from a variety of options for temperature control and monitoring in commercial kitchens. These include thermometers, wireless monitoring systems and handheld devices. The application will dictate the best monitoring method. Temperature control devices play an…