TTI RELEASES SUITE OF WHITEPAPERS ON SENSORS FOR SMART BUILDINGS, MACHINE VISION IN INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES

TTI, Inc., a specialist distributor of electronic components, has announced the publication of three new whitepapers that provide deep insight into sensor technology being developed and deployed in key areas of everyday life: monitoring indoor air quality in smart buildings, machine vision for industrial applications and electric vehicles (EV) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEV).

The whitepapers are available for free download (https://www.ttieurope.com/content/ttieurope/en/about-tti/distribution-center.html) from the TTI website and cover the following topics:

• Something in the air – getting a sense of indoor air quality

Monitoring IAQ is emerging as the next ‘must-have’ in modern Building Management Systems (BMS) as well as the smart home. If IT is the heart of the BMS then data is the life blood. This whitepaper looks at how the latest IAQ sensors can help BMS developers create healthier buildings and optimize comfort, efficiency and safety for the occupants.

• Improved man-machine interfaces using MV and AI with Omron’s Human Vision Component – HVC-P2

The latest developments in machine vision and AI are revolutionizing the way we see technology, enabling a new generation of more human-focused consumer experiences. This whitepaper explores the possibilities of MV as it applies to user interfaces in applications including industrial and commercial cobots, factory automation, and light industrial applications such as vending machines, with specific focus on the HVC-P2 sensor.

• Temperature sensors enabling the continued transition to hybrid and fully electric vehicles

With over 3 million electric vehicles on the roads worldwide, the EV/HEV market is evolving rapidly.  This whitepaper provides an overview of the market and takes a closer look into the sensor technologies being developed and deployed in the vehicles, paying special attention to the need for temperature measurement and Battery Thermal Management Systems (BTMS) and the temperature sensors being developed to support them.

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