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RVmagnetics will focus on the future of wireless measuring at Advanced Engineering, introducing its smallest passive sensor. The sensor is thin and elastic like a human hair, and sends accurate, real time data regarding a wide range of the physical quantities directly to a smartphone. It is able to contactlessly measure temperature, pressure, pull, stress, torsion, position and other physical quantities of a material.
Affordable and quick to manufacture, passive measuring is based on microwire technology and magnetic fields, with no need for a power supply. Thanks to their size, the sensors can be embedded into almost any material without affecting its properties.
Microwire sensors can find uses in a variety of industries, including IoT and Industry 4.0 applications, and also in medicine and construction. RVmagnetics works closely with European and Asian customers on specific customised projects based on clients’ needs. For clients the benefits lie in affordable sensors that can make an ordinary material a smart one. The goal is to obtain a high added value, self-diagnosed material with effective predictive maintenance, where companies can save up to 30% of materials costs.
For advanced engineering RVmagnetics’ sensor can help to bring quality checking and control to weld monitoring during and after the manufacturing process. The sensor is used for various application to monitor structural health and also to predict different cracks, temperature rise in bearings and other materials, humidity and prevent unwanted outcomes.
RVmagnetics will exhibit on stand CM44a at Advanced Engineering 2018 on 31 October-1 November in Birmingham, UK.
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