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April 25th, 2005

Building Automation to Benefit From Wireless Sensors

Abstract:
Apart from fire detection, there have been rapid advances in wireless sensor technologies for monitoring structural health. Nanotechnology is enabling production of tiny sensors, which can be placed at various joints, reinforcements and other places during construction of a structure.

If you are interested in an analysis which provides manufacturers, end users, and other industry participants with an overview, summary, challenges, and latest coverage of Wireless Sensors in Building Automation - then send an e-mail to Magdalena Oberland - European Corporate Communications.

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