New Publication & Webinar: 5 Rules for Mapping Sensor Placement

A man in a warehouse
Janice Bennett-Livingston
Jul 18, 2014
Industrial Measurements
Life Science

his year Paul Daniel gave presentations on sensor placement at PDA and Interphex. Here is a recorded version of that webinar: "Modern Rules for an Old Practice."

Watch that webinar

Plus, below is a new white paper that gives in-depth information on placing your sensors in validation/mapping applications. In this paper, Paul Daniel describes five key considerations for determining sensor placement in your mapping studies with illustrations and examples.

While every combination of environment and product specifications is unique, these rules are applicable to almost every situation. Paul has created an heuristic to guide sensor placement in validation studies:


Rule 1: Map the extremes.
Rule 2: Map in three dimensions.
Rule 3: For large spaces, map storage only.
Rule 4: Identify and address variables.
Rule 5: If it’s worth mapping, it’s worth monitoring.



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Janice Bennett-Livingston

Marketing Manager

In addition to editing the Vaisala Life Science blog, Janice Bennett-Livingston is the Global Life Science Marketing Manager for Vaisala's Industrial Measurements business area.

Pre-Vaisala writing credits include a monthly column called "Research Watch" for Canada's award-winning magazine alive, as well as articles in Canadian Living and other periodicals. Other past work: copywriting for DDB Canada, technical writing at Business Objects, and communications specialist for the British Columbia Child & Family Research Institute.

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