Sensors Sample Clauses

Sensors. The disposable sensor used with the Trendcare Product.
Sensors. Shimmer has designed and developed wireless wearable sensing devices, (in each case a “Sensor” and collectively the “Sensors”), consisting of equipment (the “Equipment”) and related software (the “Software”), in each case described in the specifications for the Sensor (the “Specifications”).
Sensors. 1. Except as otherwise provided for in paragraph 3 of this Article, observation aircraft shall be equipped with sensors only from amongst the following categories:
Sensors. All Sensors under lease by Grantee shall be quantified in a Unit Order attached to this Agreement. GRANTEE AGREES TO BE FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR EACH LEASED SENSOR AT THE VALUE STIPULATED IN THE UNIT ORDER. At any time during the lease Term documented in the Unit Order, Grantee may lease additional Sensors. Such additional units shall be subject to this Agreement the same as if they had been originally leased under this Agreement; provided, however, that the Term of the Lease for any additional units shall begin on the Data Service Start Date documented in the Unit Order for the additional units and continue until the last day of the month of the Data Service Contract Term documented in the Unit Order for such additional units. The Unit Order for any additional units shall automatically be attached to and become part of this Agreement for all purposes.
Sensors. There are two principles that are used in fiber optic sensors: Fiber Xxxxx Gratings (FBG) used for single point measurement and Rayleigh backscattering used for distributed measures. Fiber Xxxxx Gratings (FBG) use UV-Laser light sent through an optic fiber to measure physical quan- tities such as temperature, forces, strain. The optic fiber is embedded or connected to the point Figure 21: Fiber Xxxxx Gratings Principle. of measure and once subjected to physical parameter variation, it elongate or compress. Under these circumstances, the laser is refracted from Xxxxx Gartings and differences in the measured index of refraction indicate the presence of a physical change like heating or deformation. According to the requirements of the application, FBG sensors can be applied by the most suitable technique (embedded, on-surface sticking... ) and with the required spatial distribution (a few sensors very close to each other or hundreds of sensors far away from each another). Thus a discrete sensing can be performed by connecting these sensors in series at any reciprocal distance in the body of one single optical fiber, providing a detailed (temperature-compensated) profile of the physical measure. Fiber optic cables can extend up to distances of several kilo- meters without suffering strong attenuation whereas electric cables with similar lengths present excessive attenuation. The distributed fiber optic sensors are based on Raman and Brillouin scat- tering. Both systems make use of a nonlinear interaction between the light and the silica material of which the fiber is made. If light at a known wavelength is launched into a fiber, a very small amount of it is scattered back at every point along the fiber itself. Besides the original wavelength (i.e. Rayleigh component), the scattered light contains components at wavelengths that are dif- ferent form the original signal (i.e. Raman and Brillouin components). These shifted components contain information on the local properties of the fiber, in particular strain and temperature. Fig- ure 2 shows the main scattered wavelengths components for a standard optical fiber. It can be noticed that the frequency position of the Brillouin peaks is dependent on the strain and temper- ature conditions that were present at the location along the fiber where the scattering occurred, while the intensity of the Raman peak is temperature dependent. When light pulses are used to interrogate the fiber, it becomes possible, using a te...
Sensors a) Sensor’s type must have an optimal accuracy for the temperature range of this cold treatment (like PT100).
Sensors. SWITCHES Cam sensors, crank angle sensor, knock sensor, wheel speed sensors, oxygen sensors, fuel level sensor, height sensors, spark detonation sensors, rear defrost switch, stop lamp switch, turn signal switch, wiper switch, multi-function switch, headlight switch, ignition switch, cruise switches, power tailgate switches, heater & A/C blower switch, obstacle sensor, distance sensor, & radar sensor.
Sensors. The rights to manufacture A-Scan, LASAR, TriCam and Transverse TriCam sensors and related software, intellectual property and other assets (the "Non-Sonic Sensors") using confidential and proprietary information or intellectual property belonging to Seller, except as specifically provided in this Agreement and the Ancillary Agreements (each of which is identified in Section 4.1.6);
Sensors. REST API endpoint /monitoring/sensors/ represents an instance of a sensor, deployed at the organization.
Sensors. The final system includes the following sensors on the robot side: ● Two LIDARs from Hokuyo for localization and obstacle avoidance ● Two RGDB cameras for obstacle avoidance and person detection ● One DALSA HD camera for face tracking and emotion detection ● An Acoustic Magic array microphones for measuring engagement level and noise events detection ● A top eye-fish camera for real time video broadcasting ● A range extender device to allow Ethernet communications, both through wire interface (on-board equipment) and wireless interface Figures 5 and 6 shows show the deployment of the sensors on the robot. The robot also includes a speaker, through which the visitor can be heard, and it may also be used to play system sounds, such as incoming calls, ending calls, and so on. Finally, a RGB LED strip has been added at the base of the robot platform to enhance its capability of communication by visual aids. From the pilot side, the final system includes the following sensors: ● One DALSA HD camera for emotion detection ● One microphone to detect the pilot's different affective states