Sensors are vital components of Industry 4.0, allowing movements or changes in industrial production facilities to be detected, and measured in real-time, for analytical and processing purposes. Products in this day and age are increasingly reliant on sensors to ensure accuracy and consume less power. LKH Precicon works hand-in-hand with reputable partners to integrate Sensor & Sensing Technology into our client’s business.

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Why it is important:

  • With IoT technology penetrating every aspect of our future than ever before, the usage of sensors are exponentially growing. The internet of things cannot exist without smart sensors and constitute the vital components of IoT systems
  • Sensors are vital in improving employee well-being and process workflows by generating relevant information like historical data for decision making, alerts and reminders on maintenance and repairs
  • Sensor-based technology changes employees interaction and enable cost savings, bring in revenue opportunities, and drastically improve experiences


  • IoT systems help industries to raise their efficiency levels by optimizing existing processes. With the help of sensors, users now have complete knowledge of how well the machine works
  • With data flowing in and alerting operators of a possible fault before it occurs, sensor technology can help to reduce workplace accidents, increase productivity and minimize losses (money, time, and energy)
  • Using predictive maintenance and sensors can provide valuable data on the whereabouts of the machine on a scale that wasn’t even possible with traditional machines
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a sensor, and how does it function in sensing technology? / What is Sensing Technology? How is it relevant to sensors?

Ans: A sensor is a device that detects and measures physical properties from its environment and converts them into data that a human or a machine can interpret. Sensor technology refers to using electronic devices to detect and respond to changes in the physical environment. Sensing technology uses sensors to acquire information by detecting the physical property quantities and converting them into readable signals.

What are some of the common types of sensors and their applications?

Ans: Common types of sensors include temperature sensors, motion sensors, proximity sensors, pressure sensors, and photoelectric sensors. Some applications of sensors include manufacturing & industrial equipment.

What is the difference between digital and analogue sensors?

Ans: Analog sensors create continuous analogue output signals from the quantity sensed, whereas digital sensors produce discrete digital output signals when performing a measurement, producing binary output in the form of ones and zeros.

What is the significance of sensing technology in industrial automation?

Ans: Sensors enable the collection of real-time data on factors such as temperature, pressure, and position, which is critical in industrial automation. In manufacturing and industrial automation, this data informs control systems, facilitates automation processes, ensures safety, and maximizes efficiency.

How do sensors contribute to environmental monitoring and sustainability?

Ans: Sensors contribute to environmental monitoring by measuring surrounding temperatures air & water quality, detecting pollutants, and monitoring climate conditions. This data helps identify environmental issues, implement effective pollution control measures, and promote sustainable practices for a healthier planet.

How do sensors contribute to AI and IoT?

Ans: Sensors are critical in AI and IoT because they provide the data required for intelligent decision-making. Sensors in IoT collect real-time data from the physical environment, which AI processes and analyzes to make informed decisions.


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