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  • 27. May 2020   Green Car Congress

    trinamiX enables miniaturization of CO2 measurement systems for mobile air quality monitoring and capnography

    The unique features of trinamiX detectors can also play an important role in capnography, the monitoring of the respiratory pattern via the exact and timely measurement of carbon dioxide in the breath. The large-scale manufacturing capabilities and highest quality standards could be of significance in the battle against the current COVID-19 pandemic.

    Read the article on www.greencarcongress.com
    Multi-Pixel detectors with 4, 12 and 16 pixels
  • 15. April 2020   all-electronics.de

    trinamiX Mobile Spectroscopy Solution

    trinamiX new mobile spectroscopy solution works with small IR semiconductors that have a high detectivity. Applications range from agriculture to food and beverage testing as well as chemical and industrial processes. Inbound control, quality checks, on-the-field analytics, material sorting and identification are amongst the use cases that trinamix can support.

    Read the article on www.all-electronics.de in German language
    NIR overview_mobile solution
  • 26. March 2020   PhotonicsViews

    Mobile NIR Spectroscopy Solution First Shown at Virtual Lab Show

    trinamiX launched a mobile near-infrared spectroscopy solution. The company offers all the needed competences in a single, handheld device: mobile and robust hardware, precise data and material analytics and excellent molecular and chemical expertise. The device functions as a “lab in your pocket” to improve your on-the-spot decision making.

    Read the article on www.photonicsviews.com
    trinamiX launches Mobile NIR Spectroscopy Solutions
  • 12. March 2020   CNet

    Live Skin Detection

    trinamiX is bringing live-sensing-technology to mobile phones. With this technology, it is possible to identify living skin - improving facial recognition-based security. Partnering with Qualcomm, trinamiX is working on bringing its algorithms into future phones.

    Read the article on www.cnet.com
  • 09. March 2020   Forbes

    trinamiX’s Beam Profile Analysis Is Much More Exciting Than It Sounds

    trinamiX new technology, the Beam Profile Analysis, adds skin detection capabilites to biometric authentication - making facial recognition technology more secure. The company is working on integrating this feature into future smartphones. However, trinamiX’s solution is not just a smartphone application; it can be used in laptops, for bin picking, hand-tracking, and more.

    Read the article on www.forbes.com
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