Providing the very latest state-of-the-art in sensing and instrumentation technology solutions for applications in any sector.

From UAV avionics to medical instruments, flow meters to meteorology, our sensing systems provide a high-performance, low-cost solution for a variety of highly specialized measurement requirements.

Atmospheric research


Designed for use by meteorological monitoring stations, our compact, low-cost wind monitoring system is based on our omnidirectional probe concept. The system is capable of measuring wind velocity and direction, temperature and humidity and provides a much more compact and cost-effective solution than conventional ultrasonic sensors.

Cloudy sky
Spirometry clinical assessment

Respiratory diagnostics


Providing a low-cost solution in the healthcare industry, our patented sensing system could be used in the non-intrusive diagnosis of a variety of chronic and acute respiratory conditions. The system has recently undergone pre-clinical trials and is currently being developed in collaboration with colleagues at King’s College Hospital.

Athlete performance


Custom-designed, very-high-precision directional velocity probes and inertial measurement units have been used to provide elite athletes and their coaches with the detailed information they need to fine-tune and target their efforts during training.

Sprinter on a starting block
Formula 1 cars going around a hairpin turn

Formula 1 avionics


Modern Formula 1 cars can drive faster than some aircraft and, just like aircraft, Formula 1 car performance can depend heavily on the local wind conditions. We have produced compact, high-precision ‘avionics’ packages for use in testing the latest Formula 1 designs.

Medical applications


Fluid sensing systems are also being developed for applications in clinical research and medical diagnostics, in conjunction with the University of Surrey’s Centre for Biomedical Engineering.

Thermal anemometry probe for in-vivo blood turbulence measurement

A specialized probe with a flexible sting has been constructed using only biocompatible materials. This is capable of being introduced into large blood vessels by means of a standard 16-gauge cannula. Blood turbulence levels are known to be correlated to diseases of the circulatory system.

Ultra-high-sensitivity, high-speed flow meter for respiratory diagnostics

This patented sensing system, which has recently undergone pre-clinical trials, may be used in the non-intrusive diagnosis of a variety of chronic and acute respiratory conditions. The sensor is currently being developed in collaboration with King's College Hospital NHS trust.

Redundant accelerometer arrays for human gait analysis

This prototype, wearable sensor array can record parameters such as the sagittal hip flexion/extension angle (in the configuration shown). The large array of small, lowcost sensing elements minimizes error while enabling it to be used outside of the laboratory environment.