Instrumems has honored with a winner of an Innovative Award in the MEMS category.
Instrumems’ multi-sense solution is the first MEMS nanosensor that accurately measures flow, temperature, gas concentration and detects bubbles using a single sensor. Its multi-sense platform is ideal for low-power applications requiring real-time sensing in respiratory devices, such as smart inhalers, refrigerant detection, additive manufacturing, etc.
Instrumems’ multi-sense solution was also named a finalist in the Industrial Sensors category. The 2022 Best of Sensors annual awards recognizes excellence and impact in innovative sensor technologies. Presented by Questex’s Sensors Converge and Fierce Electronics, the highly regarded annual awards program honors the best in sensor technologies within the sensor ecosystem, people and companies.
A panel of expert judges selected all award recipients based on the products’ or individuals’ value to the marketplace, the impact of the problems it solves or issues it addresses, and the uniqueness of the design. The awards ceremony occurred at Sensors Converge in San Jose, California, June 27-29th.
“We’re thrilled and honored to win this prestigious Best of Sensors Award,” said Gilad Arwatz, Instrumems’ founder and CEO. “As the sensor market continues to evolve, Instrumems will continue advancing the flow sensing capabilities of our multi-sensing platform to support our customers’ product manufacturing requirements.”
Instrumems’ sensing technology opens the door for many industries to integrate cutting-edge flow and temperature sensors into products and devices previously unworkable due to accuracy, form factor, and cost. The company’s multi-sense platform breakthrough enables customers to produce advanced features and modernize, miniaturize, or reinvent their products to be more competitive and aesthetically appealing. Thanks to the MEMS manufacturing process, the company’s MEMS sensor has achieved a high-frequency response, low power, and small size. The core technology is based on hot wire anemometry traditionally used for accurate flow measurement. Instrumems’ sensor offers high repeatability, with an unmatched platinum filament that is robust against shock and vibration.
Charlene Soucy, Senior Director, Sensors & Electronics, said, “The winners have outdone themselves this year with their innovations and perseverance. We are thrilled to honor them as the best in the industry. We congratulate them on their well-deserved accomplishments.”