Sensors are industrial applications that help to reveal a wide range of parameters including flow, rates, radiation, acceleration, light, weight, temperature, force, and luminosity among others. Then, they translate these parameters into electrical signals that can be interpreted and acted on by an industrial computer or control system. Sensors form a core element in industrial systems and have an important influence on economy efficiency, quality, and safety of applications. As technology advances, better and more diverse sensors are being designed. The modern sensors are more accurate, durable, and easy to use with a wide range of programmable industrial controllers. The main types of industrial sensors include 1) Temperature sensors
: These sensors are used for gathering and relaying temperature from a source. 2) MEMS Sensors (Micro-electro-mechanical systems): These sensors are used to convert mechanical signals to electrical signals. They help to measure static acceleration, tilt, shock, vibration, and motion detection. 3) Torque Sensors: These sensors help to measure the speed of rotation, moment inertia, and oscillation torque among other parameters.