The technology surrounding sensors and transducers is advancing at a rapid pace. New developments continue to make headlines, demonstrating the importance of these revolutionary components to the automotive industry. In this second edition of Sensors and Transducers, the latest advances are explored in a comprehensive collection of 105 recent papers, none of which were included in the book's first edition. Editor Ronald Jurgen offers an informative introduction in Section I of Sensors and Transducers, clearly explaining the overall format and layout of the book. Section II, Sensors and Their Applications, contains papers that Jurgen has grouped in a unique, beneficial manner - by the parameters they measure, rather than their corresponding applications. Modern Sensor Technologies are explored in Section III, emphasizing newer design approaches that are potentially applicable across the board. Section IV, A look to the future offers a glimpse into where sensors and transducers have yet to lead us.