In the quest to develop the next smart device, machine, or application, the same technologies that design engineers use to validate their designs can become the very mechanisms that enable game-changing features. Smart sensing technologies, like thin, flexible force- and pressure-sensors, represent a core printed sensing category that function either as an R&D instrumentation tool, or as an embedded component.
On September 12, 2019, in a webinar produced and moderated by Machine Design, Tekscan Product Manager Camilo Aladro (Pressure Mapping Division) and Application Engineer/FlexiForceTM Product Manager Edward Haidar (Embedded Sensing Division) took questions from design engineers covering a wide spectrum of topics surrounding printed force and pressure sensing technologies. These included:
- Technical capabilities of printed force and pressure sensors, and how these attributes compare to similar technologies
- Application examples, including use cases where printed force and pressure sensors have been used as both an R&D tool, and as an embedded component
- Recommendations for design engineers to keep in mind when evaluating printed force and pressure sensor technologies
- Operational capabilities, use tips, and more!
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