Nintendo working on sleep and deprivation sensor in health venture

Gaming company Nintendo announced a new health and fatigue technology from its health care division, manufactured with the assistance of the ResMed medical equipment company, to help better treat sleep disorders. The QOL Sensor will roughly be the size of an average human hand, and should be available on the consumer market before April 2016. Continue reading “Nintendo working on sleep and deprivation sensor in health venture”

In-flight sensor tests a step toward Structural Health Monitoring for safer flights

Nine commercial aircraft flying regular routes are on the frontier of aviation safety, carrying sensors that monitor their structural health along with their routine maintenance. These flight tests are part of a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification process that will make the sensors widely available to U.S. airlines. Continue reading “In-flight sensor tests a step toward Structural Health Monitoring for safer flights”

NEUROTiQ – 3D Printed Headdress Monitors and Exhibits the States of the Wearer’s Brain

Imagine a time in the future when communication is not done through verbal speech, perhaps not even with hand motions or facial expressions. Imagine a time when we can speak to one another, no matter what our native languages are, via signals that our brains send to each other. Continue reading “NEUROTiQ – 3D Printed Headdress Monitors and Exhibits the States of the Wearer’s Brain”

Intelligent Sensors Uncover New Revenue and Space-Utilization Opportunities for Network Rail

Britain’s largest train stations are increasingly popular destinations for retail, food and drink, in addition to rail travel. Network Rail, which owns and operates Britain’s rail infrastructure, has undertaken the new project in collaboration with PFM Footfall Intelligence to raise customer service standards. Continue reading “Intelligent Sensors Uncover New Revenue and Space-Utilization Opportunities for Network Rail”