Month: June 2020

How the book “Inductive Sensors for Industrial Applications” helps to develop the understanding of all sensors for industrial applications

Sorin Fericean’s book, Inductive Sensors for Industrial Applications, primarily deals with sensors containing inductive primary sensing elements.  “Inductive” is one of most widely used elements in the market (see Section 3.4) and the author acted mainly in the R & D, manufacturing and tests fields for inductive sensors for more than 25 years. A volume …

5G and Satellite Spectrum Standards and Scale – a new Race to Space? with Geoff Varrall

Barely a week goes past without another announcement of a another launch of communication satellites into space- Space X, the business started by Elon Musk of Tesla fame has just announced the successful launch of the fourth batch of  sixty satellites from Florida, OneWeb launched 34 satellites from the Russian Baikonur cosmodrome yesterday (6th February) …

Plugging the Intrusion Detection Gap in the Smart Grid

As the number of malicious cyberattacks on smart utilities continue to rise, smart grid cybersecurity leaders are under immense pressure to implement intrusion detection alongside their prevention and response strategies. Not only would IDS systems deployed at key points of network vulnerability significantly reduce the severity of attacks and improve grid resilience, but they are …