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Sensors: The Whole Picture - 5c Analysis by parameters measured: S-Z

Sensors: The Whole Picture - 5c Analysis by parameters measured: S-Z

Sensors: The Whole Picture Part 5c: Analysis by parameters measured: S-Z
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Sensors: The Whole Picture Part 4 - mode of operation M-Z

Sensors: The Whole Picture Part 4 - mode of operation M-Z

Semiconductor sensors, also known as metal-oxide-semiconductor sensors (MOS sensors), detect gases by a chemical reaction that takes place when the gas comes in direct contact with the sensor.
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Sensors: The Whole Picture Part 3 - mode of operation A - L

Sensors: The Whole Picture Part 3 - mode of operation A - L

A biosensor is an analytical device which converts a biological response into an electrical signal.
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Sensors: The Whole Picture Part Two - business sectors

Sensors: The Whole Picture Part Two - business sectors

It is meaningful to analyse sensors in terms of industries. For example, the miniaturised multi-sensor platforms of mobile phones and smart watches in the consumer electronics industry have much in common with those in the broader concepts of the Internet of Things which is largely focussed on the healthcare, energy and manufacturing sectors.
Water Tech Research
Jun 22, 2020
Sensors in the Water and Wastewater Industries: A $2bn Market by 2030

Sensors in the Water and Wastewater Industries: A $2bn Market by 2030

In the next decade, digital water technologies will be the next big innovation. With an industry predicted to be over $2Bn in 2030, this is a wide-reaching opportunity for many and a market which has a global impact.
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Sensors: The Whole Picture Part One

Sensors: The Whole Picture Part One

For the purposes of this report, a sensor as an input device which, as its primary purpose, provides an electrical output (signal). A sensor detects and, where needed, quantifies a specific physical, chemical or biological quantity (input).
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An introduction to water treatment and the sensors in "Digital Water"

An introduction to water treatment and the sensors in "Digital Water"

Water treatment takes sources of water from reservoirs, lakes and rivers, and transforms it into a commodity which can be safely drunk. Currently over 70% of the world's population have access to safe drinking water. This premium article discusses the different stages of water treatment and the opportunities that "Digital Water" or "Smart water" can bring to this industry.
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Technologies used in the Water Treatment & Water Recycling Industries

Technologies used in the Water Treatment & Water Recycling Industries

With water becoming a more scarce resource, it is important to try to reuse water where possible. The UK environment agency said in 2019 that with a combination of population growth and climate change the UK could have severe water shortages in the next 20-25 years.
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Digital Water is expected to be over $2Bn by 2030. But what is it?

Digital Water is expected to be over $2Bn by 2030. But what is it?

This premium article provides an introduction to the Digital Water topic. For more information, please see the report "Digital Water 2020-2030".
Water Tech Research
May 6, 2020
Digital Water Increases Efficiency in Water and Wastewater Industries

Digital Water Increases Efficiency in Water and Wastewater Industries

Digital water technologies will innovate and drive forward new solutions in the water and wastewater industries. The new IDTechEx report, "Digital Water Networks 2020-2030", discusses the players, technologies, and market opportunities for this exciting new technology area.
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Sensors: The Whole Picture Part 4 - mode of operation M-Z

Sensors: The Whole Picture Part 4 - mode of operation M-Z

Semiconductor sensors, also known as metal-oxide-semiconductor sensors (MOS sensors), detect gases by a chemical reaction that takes place when the gas comes in direct contact with the sensor.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Sensors: The Whole Picture Part Two - business sectors

Sensors: The Whole Picture Part Two - business sectors

It is meaningful to analyse sensors in terms of industries. For example, the miniaturised multi-sensor platforms of mobile phones and smart watches in the consumer electronics industry have much in common with those in the broader concepts of the Internet of Things which is largely focussed on the healthcare, energy and manufacturing sectors.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Sensors: The Whole Picture Part One

Sensors: The Whole Picture Part One

For the purposes of this report, a sensor as an input device which, as its primary purpose, provides an electrical output (signal). A sensor detects and, where needed, quantifies a specific physical, chemical or biological quantity (input).
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Technologies used in the Water Treatment & Water Recycling Industries

Technologies used in the Water Treatment & Water Recycling Industries

With water becoming a more scarce resource, it is important to try to reuse water where possible. The UK environment agency said in 2019 that with a combination of population growth and climate change the UK could have severe water shortages in the next 20-25 years.
Water Tech Research
May 6, 2020
Digital Water Increases Efficiency in Water and Wastewater Industries

Digital Water Increases Efficiency in Water and Wastewater Industries

Digital water technologies will innovate and drive forward new solutions in the water and wastewater industries. The new IDTechEx report, "Digital Water Networks 2020-2030", discusses the players, technologies, and market opportunities for this exciting new technology area.
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