Hazardous gas detection in the military.
World of Sensors
Mobile and tough: our technology could save the lives of military personnel in the field, through the rapid and better detection of hazardous agents.
Existing methods of detection in the military are too slow to prevent fatality or injury in the field or are not accurate.
Future MEMS sensors in a hand-held or wearable device could have numerous potential applications in the defence industry.
In-field measurement for agribusiness.
Easy to use, with low to no power necessary, our technologies could improve crop yields.
The United Nations projects that about 80% of future growth in crop production will come from yield advancements. Research indicates that fertiliser is responsible for approximately half of all crop production on a global basis.
Future MEMS sensors in a hand-held device or smartphone could have numerous potential applications for food and agriculture.
Factory process production.
Real-time information for improved plant productivity through more extensive and better detection could strengthen process controls.
When the composition of substances or materials requires analysis, real-time feedback at the production plant takes the analysis out of the lab and in-line.
Future MEMS sensors in a hand-held device or smartphone could have numerous potential applications in industrial processes.
Hand-held medical diagnoses.
The stretched medical profession and patients could benefit from the early detection capability of our technologies, which offer a broad range of medical applications.
Future MEMS sensors in a hand-held device or smartphone could have numerous potential applications in the medical industry.