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Resources

Browse our library of pressure mapping and force measurement resources, including eBooks, Case Studies, On Demand Webinars, Whitepapers, and much more.

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The Journal of The Electrochemical Society on Effects of Mechanical Compression on the Aging and the Expansion Behavior of Si/C-Composite
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Research in the Journal of Experimental Orthopaedics: Why are tapes better than wires in knotless rotator cuff repairs?
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Researchers at the Univerity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign studied Rail Seat Deterioration and pressure distribution in concrete sleepers (rail ties) using Tekscan tactile sensors.
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Ultra-thin piezoresistive sensors can be used in both R&D and as embedded components to develop safer, longer-lasting lithium-ion battery technologies.
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Could force-sensitive training devices help develop higher standards for future medical professionals?
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Tekscan CTO Rob Podoloff shares his insight on the diverse roles for printed force and pressure sensing technologies in medical devices and automotive design.
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Tekscan's VP of Sensors Mark Lowe shares his input on the future of orthopedic testing and analysis technologies, and the role tactile sensing technologies may play.
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This article explores how FSR technology (like FlexiForce touch sensors) can become key embedded components to enable innovative and exciting medical device IoT concepts.
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Tekscan VP of Sensors Mark Lowe explains innovative concepts for piezoresistive touch sensors -- like FlexiForce™ sensors -- to advanced physical therapy treatment processes...
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This article showcases how tactile sensing technology used in R&D or clinical research settings can essentially "Map the Path" to an innovative, first-of-its-kind medical device.

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