These sensors are a crucial component of the growing intelligent buildings market
September 29, 2016
The advanced sensor market is poised for significant growth in the next decade as intelligent building solutions gain deeper market penetration across customer segments and geographies, notes Navigant Research.
Technology to help lower the amount of energy businesses and homes use for HVAC
July 28, 2016
Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU’s) Institute for Sensing and Embedded Network Systems Engineering (I-SENSE) and Dioxide Materials™ have formed a partnership to develop and evaluate a novel low-cost, low-power, wireless CO2 sensing system for HVAC applications.
The Ice*Meister™ Model 9734-HVAC industrial ice detecting sensor system conveniently automates the facility manager’s important task of monitoring ice. It limits inconvenient and hazardous topside ice inspections during wintertime.
Advanced Sensors Forecast to Grow from 1.8 Million Units in 2013
December 30, 2013
Efforts to make buildings smarter and more energy-efficient have given rise to a new class of advanced sensors, allowing building systems to better anticipate and respond to changing conditions, according to a new report from Navigant Research.
Focusing on Minimizing False Readings and Improving Accuracy Will Quicken Widespread Adoption
December 23, 2013
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, “Sensors for Energy Efficient Buildings and Building Management,” finds that sensors are gradually becoming an integral part of buildings, allowing the demand-based control of systems such as HVAC and lighting.
Refrigerant leak detectors Model Leak-Seeker® I and Leak-Seeker® II both offer the E_MOS® detection technology (patent pending). The E_MOS® sensor technology incorporates a proprietary pulse modulation design to increase both battery and sensor life.