Si-Ware Systems MEMS sensor kit uses infrared light for material analysis

June 2, 2017
The sensor uses infrared light to analyze materials in seconds, including food, soil samples, and pharmaceuticals.

A plug-and-play development kit for NeoSpectra Micro, a chip-sized spectral sensor for material analysis by mobile devices and applications, allows developers to emulate how the sensor and software will perform for targeted materials. The sensor uses infrared light to analyze materials in seconds, including food, soil samples, and pharmaceuticals.
Si-Ware Systems
Los Angeles, CA

www.neospectra.com

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