News

  • January 2016

SenSiC AB appoints Olle Westblom as new CEO.

  • April 2014

Sensic, winner of ”Sweden’s hottest technology company in 2014” together with 32 other companies according to Ny Teknik that is Sweden’s largest technology and IT newspaper and Affärsvärlden that provides qualified analyses of companies and industry to top corporate.

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Sensic, winner of ”Sweden’s hottest technology company in 2014”

  • March 2014

New sensor package design ready for sensor temperatures up to and beyond 600 0C and orders placed with suppliers.

  • Feb 2014

SenSiC applies for a new graphene sensor EU project as project administrator.

  • Jan 2014

The large, three-year EU project SENSIndoor starts with SenSiC as participant. The project aims at developing sensors for the detection of hazardous chemicals and gases in indoor environments in order to optimize ventilation and energy savings.

  • Nov 2013

SenSiC submits country applications (Europé, USA, China) for its patent for a graphene sensor for extreme sensitivity.

  • Oct 2013

SenSiC starts an R&D project with Linkoping University, Chalmers University of Technology, Scania and Volvo Trucks with the aim to develop reliable NOx sensors to manage future compliance with ever stricter emission regulations. The project is sponsored by the Swedish Energy Agency with SenSiC as project coordinator having also the full rights of resulting sensor IPR.

  • Sep 2013

SenSiC is referred to in Svenska Dagbladet (one of Sweden’s largest daily newspapers) in an article about cleantech company financing in Sweden (“Bruten trend för grön finansiering”).

  • June 2013

A commercial order for a sensor system for a wood chip fired heater is received.

  • May 2013

A new generation of sensor chips is verified and now available for delivery.

  • April 2013

A three-year R&D project with Scania, Volvo, Linkoping University and Chalmers is started with the aim to develop a more reliable NOx sensor for diesel engines than is available on the market. The project is sponsored by the Swedish Energy Agency.

  • March 2013

A commercial order for a SenSiC ammonia sensor system is received from a producer of SNCR emission reduction systems for ship engines.

  • Feb 2013

Automated sensor calibration offered as part of the Control Unit software.

  • October 2012

A commercial order of the SenSiC ammonia sensor system is received from a producer of SNCR emission reduction systems for diesel engines.

  •   October 2012

Another large volume producer of domestic biofuel heaters starts testing the SenSiC flue gas sensor.

  •   September 2012

SenSiC’s ammonia sensor shows stable behavior after three months of continuous exposure to hot flue gases with ammonia content in an SNCR system.

  •   August 2012

A new Control Unit for the SenSiC sensors will be available in November allowing for software control of the sensor, data logging, and fully automatic sensor calibration.

  • June 2012

SenSiC starts evaluating its upgraded ammonia sensor system in a 6MW biomass heating plant for ammonia slip monitoring in an SNCR NOx reduction system. The evaluation is conducted in cooperation with a major, international supplier of power plants.

  •   May 2012

SenSiC exhibits at World Bioenergy, Jönköping Sweden.

  •   May 2012

SenSiC exhibits at Sensor+Test, Nürnberg Germany.

  •   March 2012

The SenSiC flue gas sensor is installed in a 4MW bio heating plant in Sweden for a commercial trial.

  •   February 2012

SenSiC presents the Bio heater sensor, FEI-300-2, at Pellets 2012, Stockholm, Sweden

  •   December 2011

SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden submits a report on the project “Solutions for future pellet burning technologies”. SP’s conclusion: “The trials show that the sensor reacts to an increase in emission levels, where after it manages to control the combustion process back to optimal level.” i.e., the SenSiC CO/O2 flue gas sensor.

  •   December 2011

A graphene-based NO2 sensor is presented by SenSiC in a leading Swedish Technology newspaper with a detection level of better than 10 ppb.

  •   November 2011

The first commercial evaluations of SenSiC’s CO/O2 flue gas sensor starts with a manufacturer of domestic bio heaters.

  •   June 2011

Ulf Thole is appointed CEO of SenSiC. He has a strong track record in international marketing and industrialization of high technology products.

  •   May 2011

Innovationsbron invests in SenSiC to bring its verified products to market.

  •   February 2011

SenSiC participates in a sensor evaluation project with SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden for domestic biofuel heaters.

  •   June 2010

An evaluation of the SenSiC ammonia sensor for SCR applications starts at a biofuel heater plant.

  •   June 2010

SenSiC participates in the international ENIAC /LAST project for long-term, high temperature testing of SiC FETs.

  • May 2010

The first batch of commercial sensor FETs finished.

  •   September 2009

Driver electronics are developed for simplified evaluation of the bio heater sensor.

  •   October 2008

SenSiC moves to new locations in Kista, see map.

  •   July 2008

SenSiC signs an international co-operation agreement for the development of a soot sensor for the automotive industry.

  •   April 2008

SenSiC starts the development of a silicon carbide sensor chip supported by the Swedish Energy Agency.

  •   October 2007

SenSiC AB is founded by Anita Lloyd-Spetz, Mike Andersson, Bo Hammarlund, and Lars Hammarlund.