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Sensor Technology

Development of customer specific sensors and sensor electronics.

The institute for sensors and electronics develops customer-specific sensors, especially sophisticated measuring systems. This means that a sensor and the associated signal processing are integrated into a complete system. A specialty is the development of high-precision, fast, low-power electronic circuits, which are realized using ASICs.

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Selected projects

DUWAS: Sensor warns against volcanic ash

To increase the safety of aviation, the FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland is developing a sensor that detects volcanic ash.

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Aesthesiometer for measuring corneal sensitivity

Feasibility study for the development of an aesthesiometer.

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Contact us

Prof.
Prof. Dr. Gerd Simons Head of Institute for Sensors and Electronics FHNW
Telephone : +41 56 202 75 68 (direct)
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