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HP and Shell Sensing System

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HP and Shell are collaborating to develop a wireless sensing system to acquire extremely high-resolution seismic data on land. HP and Shell will use their complementary knowledge and experience to produce a groundbreaking solution that can sense, collect and store geophysical data.

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HP Sensing Solutions
HP has developed an inertial sensing technology that enables a new class of ultrasensitive, low-power MEMS accelerometers that are up to 1,000 times more sensitive than high-volume, commercial products.

Integrating the devices within a complete system that encompasses numerous sensor types, networks, storage capabilities, and computation and analysis tools that monitor the environment, assets, and health and safety, enables a new level of awareness, revolutionizing communication between objects and people.

The new sensing technology represents a breakthrough in nano sensing research and uses the fluidic MEMS technology codeveloped over the past 25 years by HP Labs - the company’s central research arm - and the company’s Imaging and Print Group. The technology is a key enabler of HP’s vision for a new information ecosystem, the Central Nervous System for the Earth (CeNSE).

» HP Sensing Solutions: A New World of Possibilities
» A Central Nervous System for the Earth

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