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Sensor Technology Ltd

2C Apollo Office Park
Ironstone Lane
OX15 6AY
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (0)1869 238400
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Editorial archive;

Sensing growth opportunities 10/05/2011
Tony Ingham of Sensor Technology looks at what it will take to run a small technology company in the second decade of the millennium and suggests parallels with the wider world. Full Story...

Smart load Sensor 21/09/2010
A smart load sensor developed in the UK by Sensor Technology provides all the information needed to optimise efficiency and increase profitability of a wide range of industrial operations. Full Story...

Research improves servo dynamics 11/11/2008
The University of Manchester, UK, demonstrated servo systems with improved dynamics through research led by Dr Nigel Schofield, of the Power Conversion Group. The research is said to have shown that increased performance was achieved with a Sensor Technology torque transducer. Full Story...

EMX turns to Sensor Technology for TorqSense 16/06/2008
Elektro Magnetix (EMX), electromagnetic design company, called on a torque measurement specialist to map the torque-current characteristics of a combined motor-generator developed for a Lotus-based hybrid car. Full Story...

Bradford University trials recycling solutions 01/10/2007
Engineers, led by Dr Raj Patel, at Bradford University are seeking to boost plastic waste recycling with the construction of a pilot plant. Full Story...

Ferrotec seals deal with Torqsense 27/02/2007
In precision manufacturing fields, such as electronics, biophysics and thin film deposition, tolerances are measured in atoms. This is often conducted in hard vacuum to remove airborne contaminants and avoid the performance reducing effects of tiny air movements. Full Story...