The start of this centre further shows how strategic investments go to hydrogen as one of the green alternatives when decarbonizing our energy systems. This centre will improve our sensor’s performance based on industry needs and further establish it as the sensor of choice for both safety and process control applications within the hydrogen field. We especially see the strong industrial network tied to the technological development by the university as one of the strengths of the centre
It is too early to estimate the potential of this application. This however shows that our hydrogen sensor has matured enough to allow us to initiate customer financed pilots. It also shows that our efforts in both business and tech development are starting to pay off, and that we are now entering a new phase with the hydrogen sensor platform.
Having EIFER as our customer and collaboration partner with the goal to further enhance our NPS technology within the hydrogen sensing field is of course an advancement for us. It once again shows that the NPS platform is strong, not only as a sensor, but also as a research tool when developing sensors. The goal with the collaboration is to improve the performance of future generations of hydrogen sensors.
It is of course very positive that the leading German automotive manufacturer that we have worked together with during this year see how our technology can positively impact their electrification strategy and that they choose to be a long-term customer. It is of strategic value for us to have our instrument in the development department of automotive OEMs as this will increase the adoption speed of our technology as an on-board sensor in the future.
It is positive that we see an industrial investment in learning how our battery sensor can give a needed edge to their battery management system. It is a natural step following our developments from ongoing internal and EU-funded projects and can be a first step in a long and valuable relationship.
We see great potential in better understanding how different types of coatings in general and specifically, membrane modifications including hydrogels as well as adsorbed bio-macromolecules can affect biofouling processes in water treatment systems.
We are very happy to see Professor Herzberg among our users and are confident that great results will be produced in his lab. That we see this installation now is also a sign that universities start to reopen up after covid-19 lockdowns.
Insplorion's sensor gives us new opportunities for a sharper and wider product offering, and we are pleased to see the first customer to buy ActiveLights™ IQ-NOx. Air quality measurements are a growing trend, and with this reference sales we expect interested from future customers.
We have during the ongoing LoV-IoT project built the relationship and learned about air quality measurements from IVL. We are delighted that this relation can now evolve to an offer where the strengths of two different sensors are combined, the first of its kind on the market.
High time resolution air quality data is often wanted by the municipalities even when they are not obliged to do measurements, for instance for following up actions taken. Therefore, we hope that the Insplorion sensor, if the tests work out well, have the potential to complement our existing diffusive sampler to be an interesting and cost-efficient solution for air quality monitoring.
The hydrogen sensor has been an opportunity within Insplorion since the company was founded. It's great to see that the research that has been ongoing within Christoph's group now has had great breakthroughs which can coincide with both our gas platform development and the maturing market for hydrogen.
We need access to sensors that combine short response time with high measurement accuracy, compact format and at the right cost. Sensors based on Insplorion's technology could meet all the requirements and thus also contribute to increased efficiency and reliability of our fuel cell systems.
3beLiEVe fits well in our overall strategy with our InBAT sensor. Our ongoing projects aim mainly at battery storage applications while we with 3beLiEVe take a major step into upcoming battery chemistries and broader automotive applications.
That the IP position for our Air Quality sensor now has been strengthened, with a granted patent in EU, is very timely since we are now approaching its market introduction
We are happy to have Professor Biswal as a new user of our NPS technology and are certain that her work will continue to show the benefits of combining acoustic and optical real time measurements for soft matter applications.
That Kao as a consumer product company now purchase one of our research instruments is a breakthrough. It signals that our technology has become established, well-known and mature enough to make the leap from academic research to product development within the industry. It is also exciting that this is Meiwafosis first sale and the first in Japan
Our battery sensor project has previously been well-positioned in competition for European funding and we are now pleased that the gas sensor platform also has proven both the technical and market quality required for financing through the SME program
We have earlier this year seen how competitive our battery sensor technology is when winning the European Eurostars funding grant in tough competition. That our battery patent now becomes granted within EU, as expected, and also for the increasingly important Chinese market, strengthens our position in our dialogues with the industry and potential licensees
Second, this type of contract research service is a new and promising way to promote the Insplorion NPS technology that we think can have a major impact on long-term sales, especially in the Asia-Pacific market.
We have seen an increasing need from both academia and industry for contract research services within a variety of fields related to biological and material surface science. Our team members are leading experts in Insplorion’s technology and with its versatility, robustness, and efficiency, it will be an important scientific tool to drive forward the business objectives of OmniCoLab and expand the market for NPS technology.
This competence center will accelerate the transition to a fossil-free energy market. The fact that our battery sensors plays an important role in the development of smart battery cells within the center is of course encouraging. The involvement of private actors are of great importance to us, where we through the center will be able to strengthen existing and create new collaborations
“We are very pleased that our shareholders see the potential of the company and give us the opportunity to now take our first volume product to the market. The demand for cost-effective, accurate air quality sensors is considerable and we look forward to start to fill it”
Urban Flows Observatory has the reputation as well as the expertise and knowledge for testing our sensors in real-life conditions, and this will be beneficial to our technical development and our international marketing.”
We are very pleased to be able to broaden the scope of our NOx sensor together with Stenhøj. The adaptation to measurements for vehicle inspection will be a field of use between our research instruments and our air quality sensor. In addition, with stronger legislation in the area, future sales can also be significant