Gas sensor patent has been granted in USA

09 May 2017

Insplorion’s patent “A sensor, system, and method for sensing a gas” has been granted by USPTO. Insplorion’s main patent was recently granted in the USA and is now followed by… Read more

Implementation of Insplorion sensor in AGM batteries successful

08 May 2017

Insplorion initiated a collaboration with AGM Batteries funded by an American power component company in September last year. The objectives were to develop battery cells with commercial manufacturing methods with… Read more

Main patent will be approved May 23rd in USA

05 May 2017

Insplorion’s main patent “Sensor Using Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance (LSPR)” has got now obtained “issue of notification” and will be approved May 23rd 2017 according to USPTO. The international patent… Read more

Launch of new sensor surfaces for Insplorion’s instruments

31 Mar 2017

Today Insplorion introduces two new sensor surfaces for their instrument family. A completely flat sensor, with embedded nanoparticles, for the Acoulyte instrument and a sensor with larger caves that, for… Read more

Nanyang Technological University acquires Insplorion Acoulyte

27 Feb 2017

Insplorion today sold the second Insplorion Acoulyte module to Professor Nam-Joon Cho at School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Professor Nam-Joon Cho has been an Insplorion… Read more

Bokslutskommuniké 2016

23 Feb 2017

Sammanfattning av rapportperioden 1 januari – 31 december 2016 Omsättningen uppgick till 1 367 (946) KSEK Rörelsens intäkter uppgick till 3 125 (1 503) KSEK Resultat efter finansiella poster uppgick… Read more

Smarter battery management

18 Jan 2017

Article in Horizon 2020 Projects: Portal, Jan 2017 Smarter battery management Swedish company Insplorion develops sensors to enable improved electric vehicles through a superior battery management system As one of… Read more

First Insplorion Acoulyte sold to University of Wisconsin-Madison

29 Dec 2016

Insplorion today sold its first Insplorion Acoulyte instrument to Prof. Joel Pedersen at Departments of Soil Science, Chemistry and Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Insplorion Acoulyte was… Read more

Main patent for the Chinese market approved

27 Dec 2016

Insplorion’s main patent “Sensor Using Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance (LSPR)” has now been approved for the Chinese market. The patent was applied for in May 2009 and was approved in… Read more

Christoph Langhammer appointed Future Research Leader

19 Dec 2016

Associate Professor Christoph Langhammer at Chalmers University of Technology is one of 20 Swedish researchers who have been selected for the Future Research Leaders programme of the Swedish Foundation for… Read more