Researchers at the University of Adelaide have developed a method for embedding light-emitting nanoparticles into glass without losing any of their unique properties — a major step towards 'smart glass' applications.
T&D’s RTR-5 Series wireless system for the measurement of temperature, humidity, voltage or pulse consists of compact water-resistant data loggers, a dedicated base station, data collector and communication port which allow for data collection, start and stop recording and data checking via wireless communication.
CSIRO and Tasmanian-based Datacall Telemetry have commercialised the Fleck wireless sensor network, which allows the real-time collection of data from large areas via mobile phone or internet connection.
As one of the world’s leading suppliers of products, services and solutions to the process industries, Emerson Process Management has begun to take a serious look at the future of the industry in terms of sustainability. In a recent interview with ProcessOnline, the many ways the company is adapting to the global changes that are forcing companies to become more environmentally aware were discussed.
On World Water Day, 21 March 2007, a solar-powered wireless sensor network had its second birthday at the CSIRO ICT Centre in Brisbane, maintaining its position as the longest running ad hoc wireless sensor network in Australia.