The name "MagCanica", short for magnetomechanics, reflects MagCanica's dedication to the advancement, development, and proliferation of new sensors and associated measurement systems based on magnetomechanical principles. Magnetomechanics is the specific branch of applied science that concerns itself with the natural interactions that occur in many materials between their mechanical and magnetic properties. Thanks to its naturally wireless mode of operation, magnetomechanics is a technology ideally suited for the development of sensors used to instrument rotating machinery. MagCanica is at the forefront of this exciting field, developing sensors to measure torque, rate-of-change of torque, speed, and power as well as systems to nondestructively detect damage for the automotive, energy, and aerospace industries. Operating globally, MagCanica provides a wide range of full-service wireless measurement solutions for clients worldwide.