What are smart sensors?
We can define a smart sensor as the combination of a sensor, microprocessor, and communication technique. In this smart sensor measured input will be transmitted into readable and useful data, which will be transferred to the data storage. The error margin for the data transfer will be lower since the data is closer processed to the source of the data being gathered. The data can even stay within the boundaries of the organisation network. Besides, smart sensors can, as opposed to traditional sensors, adjusted to personal wishes and needs.
Smart temperature sensors
Smart temperature sensors are being used widely throughout the world, for example, for measurement control systems. These sensors apply to many applications and sectors, such as healthcare, automotive, and smart buildings. Temperature is one of the seven physical units. This is a physical quantity to measure the level of heat and cold of an object.
Smart humidity sensors
Humidity is the concentration of water vapour present in the air. The relative humidity of the air is being used regularly. It closely relates the relative humidity to temperature. The following connection can be made. For the volume of pressed gas; the higher the temperature, the lower the relative humidity, and the lower the temperature, the higher the relative humidity.
The importance of temperature and humidity sensors
Temperature and humidity are important parameters for the human environment. These parameters affect the body temperature, regulation function directly and thermal conductivity directly. It affects the thinking capacity and mental state, which directly influences work and study. Because of this influence, temperature, and humidity sensors are of essential importance to a healthy working environment.