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  • n. Plural form of sensor.


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  • Communicating with the sensors is a challenge, particularly for those sensors located out on the reef.

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  • In its second memorandum opinion on white spaces issued Thursday, the FCC removed the requirement that devices operating on TV bands have built-in sensors that would automatically shut down the devices if they came into contact with an adjacent television signal.

    FCC takes 'free love' approach to white spaces spectrum

  • Imagine a world rich enough in sensors, databases and analytic software to do all this.

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  • He put gloves on receivers "with built-in sensors that measure the pressure on the ball" — the idea that not putting much pressure on the ball means receivers have soft hands — and also used "eye-tracking" technology on quarterbacks.

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  • The future of mobiles is in sensors -- checking the environment, our health and more ...

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  • Plants orient themselves to light, and some animals -- such as pit vipers, who use infrared vision, and reptiles, who possess skin sensors -- can "see" without the use of eyes.

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  • The capture of geospatial information traditionally done by using cameras, laser scanners and GPS sensors, is being revolutionized by recent advances in advances in nanotechnology.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » The arrival of geosensor networks

  • Erebus, who as deployed by the students wore a University of South Florida football uniform, detects motion with its built-in sensors, then captures the moving object on video.

    Shoo! Shoo!

  • Rather than using a traditional controller to play, French has fashioned an absurd, yellow cartoon-like hand with built in sensors that responds to the participant's gesture of hitting or smashing it.

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  • The Safe Sea effort also aimed to replace the entire global inventory of shipping containers with smart shipping units. 44 SSUs contain sensors that automatically and continuously transmit information about the contents of the containers from the moment they are sealed until they are opened.

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