Neurofy

Our Partners


Neurofy has a close cooperation with KTH, Lantmännen, SLU, Securitas and many other universities and companies.

Our electronic noses is being used today in in the fields of security, hospitals, police and agriculture.
We assist companies with the detection of mold, cancer cells, bombs and drugs, dangerous gases, alcohol percentage and even ethanol levels in petroleum.


If you are a company in need of our services or interested in collaborating with c-sense, don’t hesitate to contact us

Lantmännen


Lantmännen is an agricultural cooperative and Northern Europe’s leader in agriculture, machinery, bioenergy and food products. Lantmännen is owned by 25 000 farmers and with grain at the heart of our operations and refines arable land resources to make farming thrive. Lantmännen has a long tradition of research and innovation. Research projects are mainly made within the grain value chain from plant breeding to consumption.

By partnering with Lantmännen we can go further together and benefit from of each other’s expertise and advantages. Thanks to our collaborations over the years, we have launched new businesses, developed products and achieved great research results.

Together with lantmännen, Neurofy has established a power team to develop the next generation of electronic noses. We run hundreds of tests and examin samples daily in order to find the contaminations in different types of grains like oat and wheat. Neurofy is capable of detecting different mold contaminants in grains and alert the storage facilities to help them classify the grains accordingly.


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KTH


Sweden is considered to be one of the most technologically innovative countries in the world and Stockholm is consistently ranked as one of world’s most entrepreneurial, innovative and attractive cities. KTH maintains close relationships with an expanding network of international companies and the industrial community in a number of fields and working and studying here provides access to this network.


The four KTH campuses in Greater Stockholm, gather more than 12,000 full-time students, some 2,000 PhD students and approximately 3,700 full-time employees. The campuses are strategically located close to their areas of research and study, for example KTH Kista is situated in the middle of the Kista ICT hub, with some of the world’s leading Information and Communications Technology companies. One of our other campuses, KTH Flemingsberg, is located in one of Northern Europe’s leading medical technology centres for research and industrial activity.


KTH will continue to focus on research and education for a brighter, more sustainable tomorrow. We will continuously assess the impact of our efforts in society and contribute with the intellectual resources of our students and researchers to create new approaches to some of the most critical challenges of our times.

Our electronic nose is patented and originated from one of the greatest minds in KTH and has been worked on for so many years.


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SLU


Sveriges Lantbruks Universitet (SLU) teaches and performs strategic and applied research on horticultural and agricultural crops with the aim to provide knowledge, tools and products for a bio-based economy, improved environment and human health. Our vision is that our work shall make significant contributions to an efficient and sustainable production of food, feed and industrial products from plants.

We have active public breeding programs on apple, potato, black currant and sea buckthorn targeting Northern Europe. Pre-breeding research activities are done on cereals, energy and oil crops, fruits and berries, and also includes domesticating species with high potential for food and non-food uses. Our research is also directed towards the utilization of plant resources by assessing the extent of plant food waste in primary production, evaluating crops with bioactive compounds contributing to human health and nutrition, and developing food products and bio-based materials.


Global challenges and national needs both underscore the importance of intensified research combining the strengths of all four faculties at SLU.


Research within the fields of forests, agriculture, animal health and welfare, and also urban environment are therefore assembled in four interdisciplinary future research platforms. These four research areas for the future will constitute platforms for e.g., internal and external interaction, coordination of research projects, and formulation of major grant proposals.

Together with SLU, c-sense works hard to culture different types of molds to detect with the help of our electronic nose


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RISE


RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB (RISE) is a Swedish state-owned research institute, collaborating together with universities, industry and the public sector to drive international competitive sustainable development and growth.

RISE perform industry research and innovation as well as testing and certification. The research proposition of the Swedish government states that the overall objective for the RISE group research institutes is to be internationally competitive and work for sustainable growth in Sweden by strengthening industry competitiveness and renewal. / Paraphrase from the research proposition 2016/17:50 (Kunskap i samverkan)

In January 2020 RISE had approximately 2 800 employees over five organisational divisions:

  • Bioeconomy and Health
  • Materials and Production
  • Digital systems
  • Built Environment
  • Safety and Transport

 



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OPSIS


A typical OPSIS system for AQM consists of a UV DOAS gas analyser, a beta attenuation dust monitor and a set of meteorological sensors, monitoring local air quality. Multiple AQM systems are often combined in networks allowing full surveillance of the air in larger regions. The measurement results are usually forwarded to data management systems over the Internet. This allows for real-time presentation of air quality as well as statistical analysis and air quality studies that can help improve the quality of the air we breathe.


A typical CEM/process control system consists of one or two DOAS analyzers (UV + FTIR) for measurements of gas concentrations, in combination with other instruments providing e.g. flue gas flow rates and dust concentrations. The measurement results are often forwarded in real time to the process control system using any of the standard industrial communication protocols supported. From there, the results can be used for e.g. emissions monitoring and process optimization.


OPSIS’ environmental monitoring systems have been tested and approved by a number of internationally recognized institutes and authorities.

OPSIS’ environmental monitoring systems are characterized by their reliability, durability and low maintenance costs.


Together with Opsis, c-nose thrives to offer another air monitoring instrument at different environments in order to detect and eliminate unwanted pollutants.


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SVA


The Swedish Veterinary Institute (SVA) is a Swedish state administrative authority whose task is to be a veterinary expert and service body for authorities and individuals.


SVA will, among other things, investigate the origin, cause and spread of infectious animal diseases and be a national veterinary laboratory.


SVA is also a national reference laboratory according to the EU Zoonoses Directive and a European reference laboratory in the field of campylobacter.


SVA is a contingency authority and handles outbreaks of serious animal diseases and societal crises.


The authority, which is located in Uppsala, falls under the Ministry of Trade and Industry. SVA employs about 350 veterinarians, researchers, biomedical analysts, IT staff, economists, HR experts, technicians


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De-Laval


From the 1870s Gustaf de Laval (1845–1913) developed machines for the dairy industry, including the first centrifugal milk-cream separator and early milking machines. His first separator was patented in 1887, and his first milking machine in 1894. From the early 1880s, De Laval's cream separator, was promoted internationally. For example, the London-based Dairy Supply Co presented the cream separator at the 1891 Dairy Show in London.



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In 1883, DeLaval and Oscar Lamm founded Aktiebolaget Separator (abbreviated to AB Separator) in Stockholm, Sweden. In the first year the company built 53 milk separators, of which 37 were exported.



De Laval Separator Company, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1920.

In 1888 in the US the company founded the De Laval Cream Separator Co. as a subsidiary,with a sales office in New York and production facility in Poughkeepsie, New York. Another company that Gustaf de Laval founded in the United States in 1901 was the De Laval Steam Turbine Company in Trenton.

In Sweden, AB Separator opened their first dairy factory in Hamra in 1898, and three years later a "big barn" working farm at Hamra Farm, Sweden. In 1903 the company initiated the agricultural national fair, and in 1911 the International Dairy Congress. In 1943 they opened the Hamra Agricultural School. In 1985 the Hamra Farm became a separate company.



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