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IFSA Newsletter, No. 10, October 2004
In this issue:
1. Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter (UFDC-1): a Revolution in ADC Conversion
2. 2004 Sensor Survey: less than 3 months remains up to survey close
3. Sensors & Transducers Magazine (e-Digest) Editorial Calendar 2005 and Call for Articles
4. New Books
5. Sensor related conferences
6. Automotive Sensors: Market shares, trends, companies and forecasts to 2010
7. Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, No.10, October 2004
8. Sensors Web Portal Up-dates Briefs
9. Subscriber services
10. Additional Information
2004 Sensor Survey: Less Than 3 Months Remains up to Survey Close
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Sensors & Transducers Magazine (e-Digest) Editorial Calendar 2005 and Call for Articles
The Editorial Calendar 2005 is available online. The editorial features include but not restricted to:
Guest editors are welcome. Please check the deadlines for articles and advertisements. Authors are invited to submit 4-8 pages article (including abstract, figures, photos and references) in MS Word or RTF format. Instruction for authors is <here>.
Practical Modern SCADA Protocols: DNP3, 60870.5 and Related Systems, by Gordon Clarke, Deon Reynders
Sensor Related Conferences
1. 17th International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors, Bruges, Belgium, May 23-27, 2005. Final call for papers.
2. 12th International Symposium on Interdisciplinary Electromagnetic, Mechanic & Biomedical Problems, ISEM 2005 (topic: Advanced
Sensors and Actuators), Gastein, Austria (Austrian Central Alps).
Automotive sensors: Market Shares, Trends, Companies
and Forecasts to 2010 (August 2004)
DUBLIN, Ireland, October 5, PRNewswire - Research and Markets has announced the addition of Automotive sensors: Market shares, trends, companies and forecasts to 2010 to their offering.
As the electronic content in vehicles increases, demand for automotive sensor applications will continue to grow unabated. While certain types of sensor have long since featured inside vehicles, such as oil pressure, coolant temperature, vehicle speed and fuel level sensors, new applications are emerging, particularly in the emissions and safety related areas. This exclusive new report, produced by ABOUT Automotive and Auto Research Analysts, focuses in particular on four main types of sensor:
Position sensors use both contact and contact-less designs to register displacement and angle (e.g. steering wheel angle or brake pedal angle). Acceleration sensors are used to measure acceleration forces in the vehicle. Pressure sensors may be used in smart airbag systems, tire pressure monitoring systems and common-rail injection systems. Temperature sensors are used to measure temperatures in vehicle intake air, outside atmosphere, cabin, ventilation and heating air, evaporator, engine coolant, engine oil, battery, fuel, tire air, exhaust gas and brake calipers.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c6866
Sensors & Transducers e-Digest (ISSN 1726-5479), No. 10, October 2004
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