Smart Sensors Manage Resources And Risks With Intelligence

Recently, Flanders, the northern region of Belgium launched a “smart” water management system based on networked, interconnected sensors. The sensors provide insight into its regions water use, water quality and available water quantity. This is just one of the many ways that intelligent sensors are improving our use of both natural and mechanical resources. But sensors are sensitive! They contain microcontrollers and electronics that can be easily damaged by the infiltration of water, dust and other contaminants.

ZAGO’s sealing fasteners, which come in sizes as small as 0-80 are ideal for protecting all types of valuable, sensitive sensors. ZAGO fasteners can be found in sensors used to detect medical issues, biological and military hazards and to keep information flowing through intelligent systems.

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