What we do
the World of Material Sensing
The same way humans have a unique fingerprint, materials have a unique optical fingerprint. The use of certain technologies makes those fingerprints visible and allows us to identify, differentiate, and quantify materials and their compositions. This is what we call Material Sensing, and we build miniaturized spectroscopic sensors for it.
How it works
Explore the world of Material Sensing
The fundamental technology behind Material Sensing is NIR spectroscopy, which has been known for decades. Our goal is it to make this lab-proven technology available to the mass market.
Using the applications developed by our team enables the user to identify and quantify the composition of different materials. With the help of our novel sensors; food, agricultural products, textiles, and pharmaceuticals can be analyzed with minimal effort.
What makes our technology unique
High-impact sensors using next level nir spectroscopy
A novel sensor solution offering a broad range of benefits – moving spectroscopy out of the lab and into your pocket.
Broad spectral coverage
Our sensor is capable of capturing selected wavelengths of light in the range of 400 to 1800nm.
Robust, small & mobile
Less components, more flexibility. Our powerful Material Sensing technology works without any optical elements.
Since our sensors are based on organic electronics, they are low cost and ideally suited for mass market applications.
Using our hardware, software, and customer service, you can develop your ideal solution.
Fast & flexible
It now takes less than a minute to analyze your samples and the results are accessible instantly.
Easily interpretable results
Working with our technology, you do not require extensive knowledge or prior experience.
a simple yet effective process
Are you ready to start the journey towards your own Material Sensing application? First things first, contact us!
Do you have an idea for how Material Sensing could enhance your products or processes? Make sure to tell us about it. We want to know about your envisioned use case and allocate you the right contact person and resources to make your application become reality. Simply contact us to start the process.
You will receive a development kit to select and measure the materials you want to identify. Then our data scientists will conduct a feasibility analysis and build the necessary algorithms. To conclude this step, you will receive a list of the identifiable materials and a description of the use cases and its benefits.
3. Demo and Design-In
Once all the details are finalized, our journey begins. Together we will start developing and we won't stop until we achieve the outcome you have envisioned. With our support, you will build your demo device, test it, iterate it, and validate it until the design-in.
Ready? Let's begin!
Revolutionizing the here and now
With our hardware, software, and services you are given the tools you need to take your products and processes to the next level. We are currently enabling our customers to realize the following use cases and experience their benefits firsthand.
Conduct mobile textile analysis easily and quickly
Use our SenoLab to identify and quantify fabrics and their composition quickly, easily, and wherever you are. Make better decisions within your procurement process and save time and resources by avoiding extensive and destructive laboratory testing.
Product and production enhancement
Integrate textile analysis in products or wokflows
Implement our OEM module into your existing home appliances, such as washing machines, or into your workflows, such as textile recycling processes. This allows for the automatic identification of fabrics and ensures their correct treatment and processing.
Enable the next generation of robotic vacuum cleaners
Implement our OEM module into robotic vacuum cleaners to create a device that can detect stains that are invisible to the naked eye and differentiate between floor materials to ensure the correct treatment of each area.
Exploring further applications and industries
Material Sensing is a very powerful and versatile technique, making it nearly impossible to get an overview of all its potential applications and use cases. To give a better idea of the industries that could benefit from it, we have specified a few examples below.
Analyze food and determine its quality on the spot
Never has it been easier to analyze food – at the supermarket, at a restaurant, or in the kitchen. Determine the ripeness of fruit, and identify common ingredients such as water, fat, protein, sugar, alcohol and many more
Identify medical pills instantly and effortless
One of, if not the most important factor when it comes to pharmaceuticals, is safety. That’s why it’s so beneficial to have a simple solution to identity medical pills and active agents, and determine the purity of raw medical ingredients.
Determine the quality of paper to enhance production
Analyze the quality of paper and pulp, measure moisture levels or find out more about paper composition to enhance existing production processes. These are only a few of the possibilities for the paper and pulp industry.