SENSeOR to Advance SAW-Based Sensing Technologies

SENSeOR, a French initiative, has raised €1.4 million for advancing its Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW)-oriented sensor technology, thus making its whole investment to €2.1 million, from the company’s initialization in 2006.

The Sophia-Antipolis and Besançon-based company has acquired TEMEX’s acoustic-wave sensing technology and includes 19 partners involving a recently created Germany-based subsidiary company.

Financial assistance is provided by Italian and French investors for advancing SAW-enabled sensing devices for use in cryogenics, extreme temperatures and evaluation-free thermal sensing devices.

SENSeOR also innovates stress and pressure sensors for varied sectors encompassing the aeronautics, transportation, appliances, energy and healthcare industries.



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