Electrochemistry is a potent sensing technique. A glucose meter for example measures glucose levels in blood in seconds. But if we want to measure multiple analytes, we need as many electrodes and connecting wires. So when the number of wires goes up, things become physically impossible.

Senoptix enables high-density electrode arrays for sensing applications based on light-activated electrochemistry. Therefore, detecting many analytes simultaneously becomes possible. It will allow the detection of multiple contaminants including pesticides or PFAS in water, soil, and food products in a short time, directly in the field, and with minimal operator training or sample processing.