Here is the listing of Best reference books on Smart Sensors.
|1. “Understanding Smart Sensors” by Randy Frank
Book Review: The book presents a complete, up-to-date and detailed summary of the applications and developments dealing with the smart sensors. The book covers sensor fusion and energy harvesting, wireless technology details and many more applications. The book provides the design and products on the cutting edge thereby focusing on smart sensor, microelectromechanical systems and microelectronic research and development. The book also demonstrates the impact of fuzzy logic and neural networks on smart sensor development.
|2. “Smart Sensors” by Paul W. Chapman
Book Review: This book deals with all the facets of sensor applications. The book demonstrates examples regarding application of material technologies to a broad spectrum of sensing and control problems. The book also demonstrates the evolution of sensor technology. The book stresses on the practical aspects of sensing material matching and functionality. The book creates a framework that views smart sensing and provides many theoretical and practical perspectives. The book contains separate chapters on sensor technologies, sensor manufacturing, smart sensors and smart sensing differences, sensors, artificial intelligence and many more.
|3. “Smart Sensors for Industrial Applications” by Krzysztof Iniewski
Book Review: This book demonstrates how sensor technologies are growing rapidly in the field of science and product design thereby dealing with the developments in electronics, photonics, mechanics, chemistry and biology. This book brings together the latest research in smart sensors technology and presents to the readers the various applications this technology has enabled. The book is divided into 5 parts and they are photonics and optoelectronic sensors, infrared and thermal sensors, magnetic and inductive sensors, sound and ultrasound sensors and wireless and electrical sensors.
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