The company is launching a new hyperspectral graphene photodetector that enables on-site analysis of food and agriculture products using infrared detection, at a lower cost than existing sensor technologies. The new product is the result of the collaboration among different domains of expertise enabled by the Graphene Flagship.

Image shows two electronic components of the graphen sensors

Emberion was founded in 2016 and is one of the first spinouts of the Graphene Flagship, the EU large-scale initiative to take graphene technologies from the laboratory to the market.

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