We are proud to announce the development of a new type of microchip inlet that is now compatible with non-aqueous liquids. This new microchip opens up the possibilities for working with organic electrolytes (e.g. LiPF6 solvent in Li-Ion batteries). It is a crucial step for enabling fundamental electrochemical studies with new electrolyte types, and addressing industrial R&D needs in battery material research. Furthermore, it is aligned with our core value of being able to measure real-time in any liquid environment. Please enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We look forward to seeing what our customers will use the technology for!
Spectro Inlets is proud to announce that we have been selected for the phase 1 funding for the Horizon 2020 SME Instrument, the EC’s leading platform supporting highly-innovative European SME’s with potential for major market impact based on strong innovation. The funding is to be used to carry out a feasibility study for deploying the technology for battery material R&D and industrial monitoring within biogas production and wastewater treatment. We look forward to carrying out this study, and developing the foundation for a phase 2 application. Our further development will thus be partially funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research programme under grant agreement No 836377.
We continue our tradition of delivering to international research institutions. In this instance, deliveries of our innovative electrochemical analysis solution were made to research institutions simultaneously in Fujian, China as well as Maryland, USA. We are pleased that our unique technology as well as expertise can service a key role within electrochemistry R&D at prestigious and internationally acclaimed research institutions.
Spectro Inlets has participated in the SCALEit program sponsored by Innovationsfonden and held by the Innovation Centre Denmark in Palo Alto. Through two weeks, we have gone through pitch training, introduced to accelerator programs, marketing, incubators and meetings with venture capitalists. Besides all the events of the trip, we used the opportunity to visit several research groups at Stanford who could be potential future customers to our analysis instrument.
We are proud to announce the formation of our daughter company, Spectro Biogas, a joint venture between Spectro Inlets and E.ON Denmark to develop and apply our inlet and mass spectrometry technology to monitor biogas production. Our ambition is to be able to increase biogas production by avoiding breakdowns, and enabling the use of new types of biomass, through digitization of an otherwise very analogue industry.
Spectro Inlets are honoured to have received the InnoBooster grant from Innovations Fonden. The InnoBooster project’s goal is to supplement the efforts of Spectro Inlets to provide an analysis instrument for industrial monitoring processes, especially with biogas production monitoring in conjunction with E.ON Denmark. We look forward to leading an innovative project and setting the technological foundation of our future products!