MadgeTech Blog — Automotive

How Data Loggers Are Used in Different Industries

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Data loggers are electronic devices designed to record one or more variables of physical characteristics found in a specific environment. Usually, data loggers are compact, battery-powered, portable devices that contain an internal sensor and memory for data storage. There is a wide range of loggers that can measure various types of data including humidity, temperature, pH level, voltage, shock, water level, pressure, motion, carbon dioxide, and many more. Widespread industries benefit daily from the use of data loggers, although their importance often go unnoticed. Here we’ll explore some of the diverse applications that use loggers.

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CQI-9 Standards: Heating Up the Automotive Industry

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The food, pharmaceutical and automotive industries are very different, but they all have one thing in common; set standards for ensuring that fundamental requirements are met. You may have seen the stamp of approval on food products and medications we consume. But how often do we pay attention to the safety regulations on the vehicles we drive on a daily basis? In all actuality, the automotive industry is the most regulated industry in the world.

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