|Book title:||Intelligent Sensor Technology (Wiley Series in Measurement Science and Technology)|
|Category:||Engineering & Transportation|
|Rating:||4.2 / 5|
|Publisher:||Wiley; 1 edition (January 1993)|
|Other format:||rtf docx lit mbr|
Intelligent Sensor Technology Edited by Ryoji Ohba Hokkaido University Japan Translated by F. R. D. Apps Ingatestone Translations UK This unique book concentrates upon the important new area of intelligent or smart sensors. Developed through advances in microelectronics and data processing, smart sensors have numerous applications in industrial use. The authors describe the current state of the art in intelligent sensors based upon a number of practical examples. Features include: The fundamental concepts of intelligent sensor technology. The use of sensors for environmental and equipment diagnosis. A survey of the sensors employed in intelligent machines, automobiles and buildings. A detailed description of vision sensors and methods for measuring spatial position. Coverage of sound and vibration sensors. A look towards the future of sensors in home automation and biomedical engineering. A review of the leading research topics in sensing, including sensor fusion. Covering a subject of growing technological importance, this book will be of great interest to anyone who wishes to understand how modern electronics systems operate and how they are designed. Practising instrumentation and control engineers, technicians, students and researchers in electrical and electronic engineering will find this book particularly appealing.