Battery Sensor patent will be granted in USA

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Insplorion's battery sensor patent "Battery with sensor" will be granted by the United States Patent Office, USPTO.

Insplorion has now received “Notice of allowance” from the USPTO. The battery sensor patent will therefore be granted after paying the relevant fees. The patent application US 15/302,118 was filed in April 2014 and entered the national phase in October 2016.

The patent provides protection in until March 19, 2035*.  The corresponding patent application has previously been granted by the European Patent Office EPO (validated in a number of countries within the European patent convention), China as well as Japan, and is under prosecution in South Korea.

"Strengthening our IP protection is of strategic importance. To now have protection for the US market is encouraging. We anticipate that it will have positive impact on the ongoing dialogues we conduct with potential strategic partners for the battery sensor, such as the global sensor manufacturer whom we currently are conducting a feasibility study for", says Patrik Dahlqvist, CEO of Insplorion.

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Patrik Dahlqvist, CEO Insplorion AB, +46 723 62 32 61 or


* The patent is valid until 19 March 2035, provided that the annual fees are paid and that it is not invalidated.

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Insplorion AB, with its disruptive sensor platform NanoPlasmonic Sensing (NPS), operates within four field;. air quality sensors, hydrogen sensors, battery sensors and research instruments. The sensors are  small, durable and cost efficient at volume production. Our sensor technology  enables air quality sensors at home, in cars and in public environment, Our hydrogen sensors show a sub-second response time, making them the fastest in the world and will promote the growth of hydrogen infrastructure. The battery sensor optimizes battery control and usage. Our instruments give scientists around the world nanometer sensitive real time data of surface processes in fields like catalysis, material- and life science. 



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