21 SEPTEMBER 2016: Sensichips finalist at Hello Tomorrow Challenge

hello_finalistSensichips was selected as a finalist, along with 6 other companies, for the Hello Tomorrow Global challenge’s Air Quality track.

This global competition received over 3500 entries from early stage startups and projects. Hello Tomorrow accepted 100 startups from each continent and selected a total of 500 companies for the next phase. Of these, the selection was further reduced to just 69 companies eligible to join the finals in Paris next October 13-15th.

Sensichips’ entry features its innovative technology for monitoring the environment and measuring efficiency and residual life of filters.  The nano-technology microsensors perform detection of hazardous agents and reduce environmental impact of human activities.  In addition to making a presentation in Paris, Sensichips will also be providing an early demonstration of the technology.

Hello Tomorrow is a global non-profit, headquartered in Paris that aims to accelerate science & tech innovation by empowering startups with cash prizes and connections with investors and industries.

1 SEPTEMBER 2015: The Security Commission of the EU H2020 framework funds the NOSY project


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 As part of “Secure Societies”, an European wide effort to “Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens”, the EU assigns substantial funding to the New Operational Sensing sYstem (NOSY) project. The NOSY team, lead in partnership by Aero Sekur and SENSICHIPS, aims at developing new monitoring systems and miniaturized sensors to improve Law Enforcement Agencies’ investigative and evidence-gathering abilities. Throughout the project SENSICHIPS will develop miniaturized sensors for the detection of precursors and identification of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and new generation synthetic narcotics. Other project partners will design devices and a distributed monitoring system around SENSICHIPS’ sensors which will then be validated and trialed by 4 noteworthy European Law Enforcement Agencies: the Institut de Recherche Criminelle de la Gendarmerie Nationale of France, the Bundespolizei of Germany, the Raggrupamento Carabinieri Investigazioni Scientifiche of Italy and the Guarda Nacional Republicana of Portugal.

 

19 JUNE 2015: The Singapore Civil Defence Force awards the development of new Life Detection Capabilities for Search and Rescue operations

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) is the main agency in charge of first intervention in Singapore for emergencies. The organization operates under the Ministry of Home Affairs, with the role to providing fire-fighting, rescue and emergency ambulance services; mitigating hazardous materials incidents, as well as formulate, implement and enforce regulations on fire safety and civil defence shelter matters. It also plays a major role in the Singapore’s disaster relief operations.  

As part of the awarded project Sensichips will develop new microsensors for SCDF to aid in the location of victims during Search and Rescue operations.

 

30 MARCH 2015: The European Defence Agency awards the Responsive Indoor Air Quality program

The European Defence Agency (EDA) with “The Defense R&T Joint Investment Programme on CBRN Protection (JIP-CBRN)” awards the Responsive Indoor Air Quality (RIAQ) program. The project involves companies with synergistic technologies for the development of an innovative air treatment system featuring an emergency all threat protection unit. As part of the program Sensichips will develop a generic Toxic Chemicals microsensor.

Paris Air Show 2013: Microchips Promise Easy-to-Apply Composite Health Monitoring

It was at the Paris Air Show in 2011 that Sensichips, an Aero Sekur company (Hall 1 F294), announced it would be developing low-power, microchip-based sensor systems for the aerospace and defence sectors. Applications would include integrity monitoring, robotics and early identification of CBRN (chemical, biological radiation and nuclear) hazards.  by R. Randall Padfield, AINONLINE– June 20, 2013, 10:25 AM Continue reading “Paris Air Show 2013: Microchips Promise Easy-to-Apply Composite Health Monitoring”

HELIHUB: Expansion for Aero Sekur the safety and survival specialists

130613-aero-sekurMajor development of Aero Sekur’s MRO offer is announced at Paris Air Show. The formation of HRD Aero Sekur Srl is a Joint Venture amalgamating the services of Aero Sekur and HRD Aero Systems Inc.  Designed to be a European Centre of Excellence, the facility is a one stop hub for repair and overhaul of commercial aircraft safety equipment. Located close to Aero Sekur’s primary Italian manufacturing centre, the new 20,000 sq ft operation provides MRO services for a range of products including escape slides, flotation bags, lifejackets, life-rafts/systems and other safety equipment.

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