Nano­Plasmonic Sensing will change things for the better

NPS is an optical, real-time, labelfree, surface sensitive sensor technology. Our sensor chips are metal nanostructures on a surface that act as optical “antennas”. The sensor signal tracks changes at the surface by measuring differences in effective refractive index.

Versatile

NPS is a platform technology that can be customized to measure different analytes or material properties in a variety of areas and applications.

Fast

NPS offers real-time measurements of changes in thin films and nanoparticles. Our hydrogen sensor is the fastest in the world.

Robust

Thanks to the optical readout, which only requires optical access to the NPS sensor, sensitive hardware and electronics can be placed outside the measurement compartment. A protective surface film stabilizes the NPS sensor by preventing it from having direct contact with harsh environments.

Surface sensitive

NPS measures changes in materials located within tens of nanometers from the sensor surface.

No need for labelling

NPS measures the analyte or material property change of interest directly, without the need of labeling.

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Download our guide on NanoPlasmonic Sensing and learn more about our cutting-edge technology.

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NPS applied. So far.

Air Quality Sensor

Our advanced air quality sensors enable you to measure and monitor pollutants in a wide range of challenging environments.

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Hydrogen Sensor

Our flexible and robust solution can be used to ensure safe operations of hydrogen fuel cells in everything from vehicles to biogas refineries.

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Battery Sensor

NPS has the potential to optimize lithium ion battery performance, increase battery life, and reduce charging time and costs considerably.

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Scientific Instruments

We provide a wide range of plug and play solutions that are easy to use and tailored to fit your needs.

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Visit our collection of publications to learn more about how Insplorion’s technology is used.

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