Near-infrared sensors

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05. Jan. 2021

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Two million Euros for the pilot production line of Senorics GmbH

We are proud to announce: Another two million Euros for near-infrared sensors from Senorics GmbH

“The success story of organic electronics in Saxony is unique and is a manifestation of the great possibilities when combining research, economy, politics and public institutions.“ Dr. Ronny Timmreck, CEO of Senorics GmbH.

The Dresden-based company Senorics GmbH has received a funding confirmation of over 2 million Euro to build a pilot line.

Senorics develops novel photonic sensors for material analysis. The technology detects the contents of liquids and solids, e.g. the sugar content in fruits or the moisture level in paper. The compact size of the sensors enables integration in everyday products and builds the foundation for analyses that, so far, were only possible within laboratories using big, expensive, and very sensitive spectrometers.

CEO Timmreck: “The next crucial step in making our NIR sensors ready for the mass market is the construction of a pilot line. Thus, the funding through the KET’s – pilot line program is an important component. Furthermore, this decision is a strong signal to the organic electronics of Dresden, underlining the potential of this industry. We are immensely grateful for the support and the given trust of the Saxon Ministry of Economics and the collaboration with the Sächsische Aufbaubank.”

The funding is part of the key technology program “KETs – pilot lines”, that is financed by the Free State of Saxony and the European Union.

The cluster Organic Electronics Saxony is pleased to have initiated the funding and to support another start-up company and integrate it into the successful network. OES supports its members in achieving their goals by scouting trends, arranging contacts in new target markets, creating synergy effects to increase the development rate and by acquiring funding

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