Recent developments in self validating seva sensors
Some devices can’t be calibrated without disassembling them, therefore ideally the intelligent sensor itself should set an algorithm that reports whether a device is operable or not."This conception in systematic form was consistently described in proceedings of staff of Oxford University in the early 90s," continues Oleg Yuryevich.The Group was formed on February 4, 1999 through the merger of BTR plc and Siebe plc.The modern requirements of Industry 4.0 can only be satisfied through innovative intelligent systems.
Get to know the name SEVA(TM), it's an important step forward in process industry technology." Professor Clarke, Director of the IUTC, said: "The challenge of self-validation is that it stretches so many concepts from engineering science.Business Editors/High Tech Writers LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 23, 2000 Invensys plc today announced that its new partnership with Oxford University, the Invensys University Technology Center (IUTC), has achieved major breakthroughs in electronic sensor validation technology.The co-operative program between the Invensys Intelligent Automation division and Oxford University's Department of Engineering Science is focused on developing products for process measurement and control applications, particularly the emerging field of sensor self validation.The "intelligent sensor" concept is more frequently used for defining new generation sensors which use modern computational possibilities and more complex algorithms of data processing, allowing for improved functional characteristics.An intelligent sensor is a device which possesses a metrological self-validating function.