-- Rising fuel costs drive development of next-generation technology sensors that aid fuel efficiency in aircraft
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"The increase in fuel costs is driving the demand for fuel-efficient aircraft with next-generation engine technology and new jet power plants," said Frost & Sullivan Measurement & Instrumentation Senior Industry Analyst
Delivering cutting-edge sensors for aircraft requires highly skilled employees and extensive coordination and integration with suppliers. As the design and production of aircraft is complex, the sensors have to be equally sophisticated. The aerospace industry has always been a trailblazer in sensor technology development and a new wave of technology awareness is spurring research in more advanced sensors for numerous aircraft applications.
"The measurement of critical parameters such as level, temperature, vibration, pressure, flow and position will remain critical for a safe flight," noted Narayanan. "Therefore, as long as airlines continue to build and fly aircraft, there will be a demand for sensors in the aerospace industry."
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