Sensors and Sensing Systems:
Measurement terminology and error analysis.
Sensors and transducers.
Optical sensing techniques.
Signal processing techniques:.
Imaging based Measurement and Monitoring Techniques:
Digital imaging technologies.
Image processing techniques.
Intelligent Measurement and Monitoring Techniques:
Soft computing techniques for measurement and monitoring.
Smart sensors and intelligent monitoring.
Industrial Case Studies.
Total contact hours: 46
Private study hours: 104
Total study hours: 150
Method of assessment
Problem solving (12%)
See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury)
1. An understanding of the principles of measurement and instrument design.
2. An understanding of modern sensors and optical sensing systems.
3. An understanding of imaging based instrumentation systems.
4. An understanding of intelligent measurement technology.
5. The necessary skills to design and implement embedded instrumentation systems.
6. The knowledge and skills to design and implement specialised measurement and monitoring systems.
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Credit level 7. Undergraduate or postgraduate masters level module.
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