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Sensor Fusion Technology

The MS Tech Sensor R&D Center is currently developing a next generation of detection devices based on proprietary Uni-Duo-Trio-Quadri Fusion sensor array technologies. The scientific approach is based on the use of orthogonal technologies working sequentially in a single detection device. This novel method is targeted to have multiple sensor arrays working individually and/or sequentially with high sensitivity, selectivity and specificity to target molecules.

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Quadri-Fusion Sensor Array Prototype

Scientific Principle of Operation

The scientific principle behind MS Tech’s novel Sensor Fusion devices is based on the use of advanced sensor fusion algorithms. These algorithms are designed to integrate real-time data and measurement outputs into a unified interpretation. The device involves multiple sensor fusion arrays using different type of sensors with different chemical and/or biological coatings.

The advantage of using sensor fusion based detection devices is that they provide a better estimation of accuracy, over a wide range of operating conditions. The integrated sensory information provides reliable, multilateral and high-level recognition mechanisms.

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“In-Line” Sensor Fusion Concept (in Liquid Phase)

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