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Invigorate All Areas of Design with Printed Force and Pressure Sensing Technologies

In a live webinar produced by Machine Design, Tekscan product managers Camilo Aladro and Ed Haidar answer questions from design engineers on the topic of printed force and pressure sensing technologies.

In a live webinar produced by Machine Design, Tekscan product managers Camilo Aladro and Ed Haidar answer questions from design engineers on the topic of printed force and pressure sensing technologies. 

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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