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MEMS Sensor to Improve Connected Manufacturing

Posted November 02, 2016 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

Companies are working to develop an industrial MEMS sensor platform that will monitor machines and detect deviations from normal operating conditions. Called AMELI 4.0, the research project aims to cut the costs of maintaining, inspecting, and repairing machines by up to 30% using the sensor system. The sensors generate their own power using the machines' vibrations.


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