LONDON LONDON ChipSensors Ltd. (Limerick, Ireland), a startup with a technology that allows the surface of an integrated circuit to be used to sense temperature, humidity, certain gases, and even pathogens, is developing MOS (metal-oxide-semiconductor) gas sensors based on its technology.
The goal is to develop highly-integrated miniature size gas sensors that consume millijoules of energy, the company said.
A carbon-dioxide gas sensor is being demonstrated to selected potential customers. Chipsensors plans to sample digital carbon-dioxide gas sensors after package testing and finalization. The company said it is seeking partners to accelerate development and field trials.
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