Tom Lilly, Broadweigh Applications Engineer, has authored another technical article Using the data from load cells. Following on from his previous contribution What happens in a load cell, Tom dives into “now I’ve got some load cell readings. What do I do with them?” and how using the data from load cells provides further insight into how load cells can be used and where their limitations may affect the information available.
Autoshows are big business in North America with events like the North American International Auto Show in Detroit and The Canadian International Autoshow in Toronto. As these events continue to grow in size and popularity, booth designs become more complex, there is an ever increasing need to use load cells.
As rapper Drake reaches the end of the US leg of his Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour LIVE! Michael Sorowka, President of Paradigm Rigging discusses the value of keeping a check on the loads of big-scale touring productions.
Broadweigh Bluetooth has been put to the test for the first time at the New York International Auto Show – a highlight of any motor enthusiast’s calendar and a place where cutting edge design and extraordinary innovation are showcased with displays from the world’s automakers.