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Seed VC | Alive

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Last Raised

$9.78M | 2 yrs ago

About Senorics

Senorics is developing miniaturized spectroscopy solutions.

Headquarters Location

Raecknitzhoehe 35

Dresden, 01217,


49 351 850 32 400

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Senorics Patents

Senorics has filed 4 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Electromagnetic radiation
  • Sensors
  • Spectroscopy
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Photovoltaics, Electromagnetic radiation, Electrical signal connectors, Solar cells, Infrared imaging


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Related Topics

Photovoltaics, Electromagnetic radiation, Electrical signal connectors, Solar cells, Infrared imaging



Latest Senorics News

Senorics readies pilot line with €8M venture support

Jun 1, 2021

01 Jun 2021 Senorics , a startup company in Dresden, Germany, has closed an €8 million venture funding round that is expected to help the firm commercialize a new kind of optical spectroscopic sensor. A graduate of last year’s SPIE Startup Challenge , Senorics is developing tiny sensors based on organic semiconductors - a particular specialty at the Technical University of Dresden, which has also produced companies such as organic photovoltaics specialist Heliatek. Founded by current CEO Ronny Timmreck, Senorics had already gained support from optics giant Zeiss, which invested in the firm back in 2019. Zeiss has now been joined by lead investor FIDURA Private Equity Fonds, which is known for its technology-focused portfolio. All existing supporters, including TGFS (Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen) and the Development Bank of Saxony (Sächsische Aufbaubank) also took part. “With these powerful new partner[s] and investments, we will be able to commercialize our solution in the initial target application fields and further develop our patented optical sensor technology,” commented Timmreck. “With FIDURA and Zeiss we have two new experienced investors on our side, which will support us with our next step: to scale our technology for the industrial market.” Pilot line progress According to the company, Senorics is currently working to set up a pilot line that should be completed imminently. “The pilot line is an important gateway for further scaling our technology.” Timmreck says. Smaller than a one cent coin and thus with the potential for integration into household appliances and smartphones, the organic sensors allow contact-free analysis of material compositions - something that would typically require a bench-top spectrometer. Said to be capable of interrogating visible and near-infrared wavelengths ranging from 400 nm to 1800 nm, the organic devices offer much broader spectral coverage than the 1100 nm limit found with silicon chips. That is useful for sensing molecules including water, which has a relatively strong absorption peak at 1460 nm, or for distinguishing between different types of plastic or textiles, to help sort them for recycling. Likening the current status of the technology to that of GPS in the 1990s, Senorics says that it wants to “incorporate spectroscopy into people’s daily life”. Gerrit Schulte, the head of Zeiss’ venture unit, stated: “In a highly automated world, the need to meet high-quality standards, to develop compact, low-cost solutions such as the one developed by Senorics plays an important role to address new applications in material sensing.” Klaus Ragotzky, the founder of FIDURA private equity funds, added in a Senorics release that the decisive factor in his decision to invest was the company’s unique and patented sensor technology, plus its “enormous” market potential. “Compared to classic optical semiconductor sensors, whose technology in the infrared range is almost exhausted, organic semiconductor sensors offer great development potential here,” believes Ragotzky.

Senorics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Senorics founded?

    Senorics was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Senorics's headquarters?

    Senorics's headquarters is located at Raecknitzhoehe 35, Dresden.

  • What is Senorics's latest funding round?

    Senorics's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • How much did Senorics raise?

    Senorics raised a total of $12.25M.

  • Who are the investors of Senorics?

    Investors of Senorics include TUDAG, Zeiss, Ventura Investment, Technologiegrunderfonds Sachsen, Saxony Ministry of Economic Affairs and 5 more.

  • Who are Senorics's competitors?

    Competitors of Senorics include qZense.

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qZense develops internet of things (IoT) solutions for fresh food quality assessment and management. The company helps optimize food supply chain operations with IoT-based automation and analytics solutions. It was founded in 2019 and is based in Bengaluru, India.

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