Sensatech Research creates superior custom electronic
sensing solutions. We develop, produce and supply custom electronic non-contact
sensing solutions – from simple proximity switches through to complex
non-invasive detection systems - for a variety of specialist fields. Our highly
experienced team are able to solve problems and create innovative sensing
solutions for the automotive, design, medical, nuclear, military, government
and industrial sectors, as well as many more. Since being established in 1993,
Sensatech Research has grown to develop more complex and specialist solutions,
and we are proud to be associated with some of the leading universities – such
as UMIST in Manchester, Free University of Brussels, the University of Sussex,
Brighton University and the University of Southampton – to ensure our company
is leading the way in exciting new developments in the field of capacitive sensor
technology. The majority of our work is research and development, which has led
to our strong partnerships with leading brands throughout the
Some of our technologies include: foot sensors to measure children’s feet, detection of a person through a door or wall, measuring the position of a target object or liquid level while removing the effects of a conductive film, determining the position and shape of target objects inside a material, and much more. We are dedicated to offering the latest technology, producing the highest quality workmanship, and providing exceptional customer service at all times. As well as designing and producing innovative solutions, we also ensure all staff are fully trained to use the equipment within a safe environment, and we can provide full after care for all our technology.
Sensatech use electric field and capacitive sensing techniques in non-contact electro-cardiography. This new and exciting non-invasive method allows the medical field to collect information from multiple points on the human body in order to measure electrical cardio activity beneath the surface of the skin. This is better than traditional techniques, as this clever technology means electrodes can simply be placed close to the skin rather than being attached, making it a faster, less costly procedure with less risk of cross infection. The sensor design is based on Sensatech's knowledge of using ultra-high input impedance amplifiers and physically remote sensor heads. We are continuing to improve this technology to ensure the design has the very best high and low frequency response possible.
Various industrial sectors are using more and more robots within production, and it is widely known that some sensory feedback on behalf of the robot allows for improved operation and less chance of damage or injury. Examples include detecting and protecting against collision with objects that may come near, and feedback from a robotic arm. Sensatech have created protective invisible sensory barriers using capacitive fields, which allow the robots to detect objects that they may collide with. To improve grabber arm accuracy, feedback on proximity to the object and force acquired from a capacitive force cell enables better control of the operation. Please click on the link to find out more.
|VAT Number:||GB620 6845 48|
|Registered at Companies House:||4 August, 2016 (3 years and 3 months ago)|
|No of Employees:||1-10|
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