Sensors in Extreme Areas

Sensors in Extreme Areas

Published: 2nd March 2020

Sensors make our lives much safer and more efficient. They are the senses of cyber physical Systems (CPS, Internet of Things and Services) for connecting people and technology with their environment.

Within the fourth industrial revolution they are becoming an important part of a connected and smart world. Thereby, more sensors rapidly proceed even to extreme areas.

Industrial environments are often characterized by extreme interference and harsh conditions. These extreme conditions include high-frequency and electromagnetic interference, magnetic fields, high voltage, lightning and explosion hazard.

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