Downsizing sensors, the key to the future

Nano-synchronized sensors have been around for many years, but they have been large and relatively expensive.  A multi-channel system developed by DELTA  in Denmark in 2007, required a quarter 19-inch rack. 

Christensen – GPS Synchronized high voltage measuring system

The latest Aerial Sensor fills a single circuit board the size of an A4 sheet of paper, and we expect the next generation will be smaller than a mobile phone.   This high performance sensor will be flown behind wind turbines as described here. Based on future technology roadmaps, we expect  miniaturized nano-synched sensors will available in the 2015- time frame, transducers the size of a golf ball.

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