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Spectroscopic sensing techniques have been applied to virtually all fields of science and technology. Optical spectroscopy is used to routinely identify extremely low chemical compositions of matter, such as trace elements of pollutants or contaminants. Optical Frequency Combs enable users to measure samples with high accuracy, and have permitted a wide range of scientific and technical advances. Optical dual frequency comb instruments are typically: expensive (est. >$150k p/unit) inherent...

Booth 5J05 - UniSA Ventures Pty Ltd

Our researchers have developed a ‘Digital Foam’ material that recognizes and responds to touch. The foam material is highly flexible and can accurately detect multiple simultaneous deformations in its surface. Several applications for Digital Foam are anticipated, from an augmented reality controller and home entertainment games controllers, to medical mannequins used for training surgeons and doctors.

Booth 5J05 - UniSA Ventures Pty Ltd

Our Location Tracking solution enables companies in manufacturing, logistics and healthcare to streamline their operations and increase their product quality through Reduce searching and assembly time by locating tools with 30cm accuracy Improved visibility on work order status and location to identify bottlenecks in real-time and avoid delays Streamline intralogistics flow by optimising material handling equipment's motion and increasing their utilization rates. For example, we help hosp...

Booth 5ZC14 - UBUDU Asia (by Hiploca Limited)

From a technical perspective, tribology and specifically friction are phenomena of paramount importance in virtually any and all engineering applications because interfacing surfaces of materials cannot conceivably move in a space where intermolecular forces are nonexistent. A certain level of friction is present in any kind of motion that takes place. Different materials have different frictional characteristics, properties of which must be ascertained and scrutinized thoroughly in order for th...

Booth 5K08 - Koç University

ISFET stands for Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor. ISFET is developed from Metal Oxide Semiconductor (MOS) transistor except there is no gate on top of the ISFET as opposed to MOS. MOS is used extensively in all electronic gadgets, laptops, computers; they are the main components of computer memories and CPUs.

Booth 5H12 - National Science and Technology Development Agency

In the rehabilitation process, patients often do not accurately follow the instructions and exercises directed by their physiotherapists, either due to mistakes made on the part of the patient and/or their caregivers or the unwillingness of patients to completely follow these instructions. Rehabilitation treatments are also expensive, and therapists often have a high workload with limited time for each patient. To address this problem, we developed a system to monitor and detect the walking act...

Booth 5L07 - Singapore University of Technology and Design

Future autonomous vehicles will require advanced sensing capabilities. Laser ranging (LIDAR) is an attractive technique being deployed on development systems by Waymo, Cruze, Audi and others.  We have developed a LIDAR platform that will enable autonomous preception by incorporating velocity detection, solid-state-scanning and digitally encoding technologies that we have developed.

Booth 5D05 - CSIRO

We have developed the smallest passive sensor of physical quantities in the world thinner than a human hair - Microwire. Microwire sensor measures pressure, temperature, magnetic field and other derived physical quantities such as torsion, stress, bending, flow, humidity, etc. The magnetic principle is used for sensing, which provides contactless measurements. There is no contact between the Microwire sensor and a sensing system. Integrating Microwire sensor inside materials or solutions does n...

Booth 5E01 - RVmagnetics

An innovative system has been implemented to detect corrosion that often occurs in building pipes covered by wall and utility pipes buried under gravel. Continuously ignoring the deterioration of corrosion will lead to fatal rupture of pipes. Consequently, severe gas explosion and water/waste leakages occur. Guided Wave (GW) is a state-of-the-art technology that can inspect the integrity of pipes. Our GW-based system includes a novel design of sensor with smart materials, a portable transduction...

Booth 5K04 - City University of Hong Kong

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