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sensiBel

sensibeltech.com

Founded Year

2016

Stage

Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$16.18M

Last Raised

$16.18M | 9 mos ago

About sensiBel

sensiBel is a deep-tech company developing a MEMS microphone. The microphone is based on patented optical readout technology, enabling true-studio quality performance in a small package with digital output. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Oslo, Norway.

Headquarters Location

Gaustadalleen 21

Oslo, 0349,

Norway

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sensiBel Patents

sensiBel has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Acoustics
  • Interferometers
  • Interferometry
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/20/2020

Optical devices, Interferometers, Acoustics, Interferometry, Microphones

Application

Application Date

3/20/2020

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Optical devices, Interferometers, Acoustics, Interferometry, Microphones

Status

Application

Latest sensiBel News

The Worldwide Microphone Industry is Expected to Reach $3.5 Billion by 2028 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

Sep 7, 2022

SensiBel AS A microphone, sometimes known as a mic, can be referred as a transduced device that converts sound into electrical signals. Telephones, hearing aids, public address circuits for concert halls and public gatherings, live and recorded audio engineering, motion picture production, sound recording, megaphones, two-way radios, and radio and television transmission are a few of the examples of a microphone's application. Additionally, they are utilized in computers for knock sensors, ultrasonic sensors, VoIP, speech recognition, and other functions. The air pressure fluctuations of a sound wave are converted to an electrical signal using a variety of microphone types that are now in use. The most often used microphones are the contact microphone, which makes use of a piezoelectric crystal, the condenser microphone, which uses a vibrating diaphragm as a capacitor plate, and the dynamic microphone, which employs a coil of wire hanging in a magnetic field. Normally, a preamplifier must be connected to a microphone before the signal may be captured or replicated. Changes in sound pressure are turned into variations in electric current via the microphone. The amplitude of the AC voltage produced by the microphone matches the intensity of changes in sound pressure. Similar to how the frequency of the AC voltage matches the frequency of sound pressure variations. Naturally, if there are any overtones, the electrical signal produced by the microphone is expected to also reflect them. The human voice needs to be louder in order to be heard over increasing crowds of people. Acoustic megaphones were the first tools employed for this. The earliest examples date to the fifth century and include theater masks with mouth apertures resembling horns that acoustically boosted the voices of actors in amphitheaters. The (loose-contact) carbon microphone was the first to allow for proper speech telephony. Market Growth Factors Increasing Adoption Of Music Microphones Music microphones are increasingly becoming popular nowadays. In the modern era, music is gaining the traction of a significant proportion of the millennial population. Nowadays, people are increasingly listening to music, due to which, the growth of the music industry is significantly rising. Moreover, producers are rapidly introducing new songs and music. The adoption of condenser microphones is surging at a very rapid pace. Due to the compact design of this variety of microphones, music microphones are becoming more and more common in IoT-enabled electrical equipment. The Rising Popularity Of Wireless Microphones A wireless microphone, sometimes known as a cordless microphone, is a microphone that does not physically have a cable extending from it to the sound recording or amplification equipment it is connected to. It features a small, battery-operated radio transmitter built into the microphone body that broadcasts the audio signal from the microphone via radio waves to an adjacent receiver unit, which retrieves the audio. This device is also referred as a radio microphone. A mobile, adaptable technique to broadcast or record sounds is wireless microphones. Marketing Restraining Factor: High Cost And Battery Limitations One of the limitations to the growth of the microphone market is the high cost of professional microphones. Although microphones are very useful in several industries, one factor that is impeding their demand is that microphones are made up of several advanced technologies and therefore, they are very expensive. It should also be considered that the manufacturing cost of microphones is expected to be substantially higher because they need to have a lot more hardware on board, such as batteries and antenna or receiver. It adds up to the final price of the microphone, making it unaffordable for various people. Key Topics Covered: Chapter 2. Market Overview

sensiBel Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was sensiBel founded?

    sensiBel was founded in 2016.

  • Where is sensiBel's headquarters?

    sensiBel's headquarters is located at Gaustadalleen 21, Oslo.

  • What is sensiBel's latest funding round?

    sensiBel's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did sensiBel raise?

    sensiBel raised a total of $16.18M.

  • Who are the investors of sensiBel?

    Investors of sensiBel include Investinor, Eco-Innovation Initiative, Trumpf Venture, SINTEF Ventures, Skagerak Capital and 3 more.

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