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L. 1 Introduction A precise definition of a sensor (often called a detector in heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) control) has always been elusive. For practical purposes, a sensor in an HVAC system can be thought of as a device which converts a physical property (eg, temperature or humidity) or quantity (eg, flow rate) into a conveniently measurable effect or signal (eg, current, voltage, or number). For HVAC, sensors can be grouped into the following types: · · · · · temperature and humidity (enthalpy); pressure; flow rate; comfort; indoor air quality.

New algorithms for pattern recognition support built-in self-supervision and increase the reliability of the sensor system. 4. Miniaturization of sensor systems. Driven by high-tech sectors, such as the aerospace, medical, and entertainment industries, sensor systems have been pushed towards smaller scale devices. Examples are the integration of optical sensors in fiber technology and intelligent noses with biochemical sensors. In the future the importance of nanotechnology for sensor systems will increase further and open up access to new and smaller dimensions.

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