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Why Nanotechnology Improves Sensors Liam Critchley
There is always a need to increase the capabilities of sensors. One effective way to do this is by employing nanomaterials as the ‘sensing surface’ or ‘sensing component’. Learn how the many beneficial surface, electronic, and structural properties of nanomaterials can make sensors more accurate.

Where Nanotechnology, the IoT, and Industry 4.0 Meet Liam Critchley
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been developing and advancing for many years and has brought around the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution, Industry 4.0, where many processes are now being automated. While it is not obvious, nanotechnology also has a role to play in this new industry.

Wi-Fi Mesh and the Internet of Things Mike Parks
Using Wi-Fi mesh networking to support seamless, decentralized communication in IoT and IIoT could remove many of the roadblocks to achieving Industry 4.0.

Making Mathematical Sense of PID Controllers Mike Parks
PID controllers are a popular method for including a feedback as a mechanism to help efficiently control industrial processes. Short for “proportional, integrative, derivative,” PID controllers keep the output of a system constant based on user provided setpoint. Tuning the PID controller parameters, though, requires a bit of math to maximize efficiency and minimize adjustments and corrections based on feedback.

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