- Innovations and other news
- Ambient sensing for mobile devices
- Sixteen times around the earth every day
- Differential pressure sensors for flow measurement in a bypass configuration
- Preview: upcoming trade fairs
- R&D Note: Increased multifunctionality of sensor systems with CMOSens® Technology
Innovations and other news
The current newsletter presents how humidity and temperature sensor breathe life into smartphones and where the most-traveled sensor of Sensirion is. We also show the new products from the SDP600 series as well as the combination of different sensor functions in the smallest of spaces.
We hope you enjoy reading the newsletter.
Ambient sensing for mobile devices
Sensirion is the only company to provide a comprehensive solution for the ambient sensing of humidity and temperature in smartphones. The first phones with ambient sensing have hit the market and are opening up entirely new fields of application. Humidity and temperature sensors breathe life into smartphones. Read more.
Sixteen times around the earth every day
One of our mass flow controllers has been successfully launched to the International Space Station (ISS) to monitor the astronauts' health. Hurtling through space at 28,000 km/h, it orbits the earth roughly sixteen times a day, making it the farthest-travelling Sensirion sensor of all time. Find out more about its mission. Read more.
Differential pressure sensors in a bypass configuration
Sensirion recently added the new differential pressure sensors SDP601 and SDP611 to its proven SDP600 series. The two sensors are specially calibrated differential pressure sensors for measuring mass flows in a bypass configuration. This is highly suitable for applications where individually adapted flow channels are necessary or where small differential pressures must be measured with very high precision. Read more.
R&D Note: Efficient integration through CMOSens® Technology
Today, more data is recorded than ever before and the volume continues to grow. More data means more knowledge and thus better decisions. This global trend has a particular place in the automotive industry. Sensibly deployed sensors can improve the active and passive safety of drivers, passengers and pedestrians, and at the same time reduce vehicle emissions and fuel consumption. The success of new electronic products depends not just on their function, but also the combination of different functions in the smallest of spaces. Read more.
Preview: upcoming trade fairs
Sensirion takes part in various trade fairs around the world. Visit us at our stand and learn more about our products and innovations in the fields of humidity and temperature sensors, liquid and gas flows and differential pressure - at the Semicon West (San Francisco, CA) or ComPaMed (Düsseldorf, Germany)