Sensor systems are becoming a primary data source on highly portable electronic technologies employed in potentially extreme environmental conditions and must be small, lightweight and rugged. Read More
The interconnection networks within those systems have evolved by using micro and nano-sized interconnection techniques.
New device technologies and chip developments have greatly extended the opportunities to use multiple sensors within one coordinated interface network. They detect, process data and support communications from module to module such as those working together on Net Warrior and Future Soldier applications. These also interface with mounted and upon unmanned roving vehicles within the battlefield. Further extensions of this technology are exhibited in new electro-optic sensors and in on-board controls for unmanned aerial vehicles. Recent additions, as well, are now being integrated into new ballistic devices for both remote and self-guidance control. Sensors are employed and perform superbly on satellite systems.
We also see new sensors in many neural modulation devices, such as new cochlear hearing and pain modulation in our medical industry.
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