Senorics: Sensor to detect soiling on textile...

Sensor to detect soiling on textiles

Senorics NIR spectroscopy inspection of water (Source: Senorics)
Senorics NIR spectroscopy inspection of water (Source: Senorics)

Senorics has raised a total of more than €8 million in a pre-series A financing round. The money allows for the necessary investments to scale the technology of the company's innovative material analysis sensors to industrial scale. The new pilot line will be ready for use before the summer.

The high-tech company Senorics GmbH, Dresden/Germany, has developed novel near-infrared spectroscopy sensors. They enable non-contact analyses of ingredients that previously was only possible using large spectrometers in the laboratory. In infrared spectroscopy, a material or liquid is irradiated with infrared light. Based on the wavelength distribution of the reflected light, material compositions can be identified and quantified. In an industrial context, the technology allows for process monitoring and quality control by detecting contamination.

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