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RVmagnetics to introduce Sensor at Advanced Engineering

Posted 8 October 2018 · Add Comment

RVmagnetics will be introducing Sensor, a unique and accurate way to measure physical quantities, at Advanced Engineering in the NEC in Birmingham on the 31st October and 1st November.



The contactless passive multifunctional sensors – the smallest sensor in the world  – is able to contactlessly measure temperature, pressure, pull, stress, torsion, position and other physical quantities of your material. Thanks to their size, they can be embedded to almost any material without affecting its property.

RVmagnetics introduces the future of wireless measuring with their smallest passive sensor of physical quantities in the world. Sensor is thin and elastic like a human hair, sends accurate real time data, regarding wide range of the physical quantities directly to a smartphone.

Affordable and quick to manufacture, passive measuring is based on microwire technology and magnetic fields, with no need for power supply. Sensors elasticity, anti-corrosiveness and indestructability grants added value on the market.

Microwire sensors can find their use in variety of applications and industries. Currently used in IoT and industry 4.0 and also in medicine and construction areas. RVmagnetics works closely with European and Asian customers on specific customised projects based on clients' needs.

Clients benefits lies in affordable sensors that can make from ordinary material a smart one. Thanks to their size, low power consumption and contactless measuring they do not cause any defect for material. In the end, 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 check and control to weld monitoring during and after the manufacturing process. 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.

The founder himself has more than 20 years of experience in fundamental and applied research in magnetism. He has been working with microwires for a long time and now with his theoretical and practical knowledge he is helping to create smarter world. He is backed by a team of professionals with a combined experience of more than 30 years from various field in chemistry, engineering and electronics. The company is four years old and has background with a strong team with valuable practical experience.



 

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