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Providing the very latest state-of-the-art in sensing and instrumentation technology solutions for applications in any sector.

From UAV avionics to medical instruments, flow meters to meteorology, our sensing systems provide a high-performance, low-cost solution for a variety of highly specialized measurement requirements.

Laboratory systems

Our laboratory measurement systems, including our multi-hole probe systems and pressure scanners, offer high performance operation, market-leading sensitivities and outstanding value for money. With fully-integrated, turn-key solutions and the ability to either run off USB or through a network, these products can significantly increase laboraotory measurement capability.

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UAV air data probes

Our miniature, high-precision air data probes are some of the most powerful currently available, and provide a fully integrated solution for a range of civil and military UAV applications. With conventional boom-mounted probes and ‘stick-on’ surface flush systems available, our systems are suitable for UAVs ranging from high-altitude pseudosatellites to VFR multirotors.

Atmospheric research

Designed for use by meteorological monitoring stations, our compact, low-cost wind monitoring system is based on our omnidirectional probe concept. The system is capable of measuring wind velocity and direction, temperature and humidity and provides a much more compact and cost-effective solution than conventional ultrasonic sensors.

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Respiratory diagnostics

Providing a low-cost solution in the healthcare industry, our patented sensing system could be used in the non-intrusive diagnosis of a variety of chronic and acute respiratory conditions. The system has recently undergone pre-clinical trials and is currently being developed in collaboration with colleagues at King’s College Hospital.

Athlete performance

Custom-designed, very-high-precision directional velocity probes and inertial measurement units have been used to provide elite athletes and their coaches with the detailed information they need to fine-tune and target their efforts during training.

Formula 1 avionics

Modern Formula 1 cars can drive faster than some aircraft and, just like aircraft, Formula 1 car performance can depend heavily on the local wind conditions. We have produced compact, high-precision ‘avionics’ packages for use in testing the latest Formula 1 designs.

Medical applications

Fluid sensing systems are also being developed for applications in clinical research and medical diagnostics, in conjunction with the University of Surrey’s Centre for Biomedical Engineering.