Austria May 23, 2012
The S AW Symposium 2012 , September 20 th – 2 1 th Austria will focus on wireless sensors for harsh and environment s . Latest technological developments and industrial applications will be presented.
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SAW sensors for harsh environments
Wireless sensors based on the SAW technology are in many cases the only technical solution for many tasks in process control. For example identification and measurement tasks in steel production, medical engineering and the automotive varnishing industry. SAW sensors consist of a piezoelectric crystal, which can withstand higher temperatures than silizium based RFID-tags. They function reliably under extreme temperatures (-200° to 1000° Celsius), and are robust to shock and radiation. Wireless SAW sensors have a wide field of application, for example temperature and monitoring RFID transponders for harsh environments, temperature sensors, pressure and force sensors. Industrial applications cover for example temperature and ID monitoring of slag vessels, pressure measurement in baking trays or monitoring of power lines or pressure monitoring for medical telemetry.
Research & Industry
SAW S ensor S ymposium Chiba Japan Thierry Aubert France Guido Michelon Peter Schlumpf Switzerland
SAW Symposium 2012 – http://www.saw-symposium.com
September 20 th – 21 st 2012
Location : Austria
Information & Registration: http://www.saw-symposium.com
SOURCE CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG