Company is partnering with Fortune 100 companies to commercialize gas sensors for environmental monitoring.
David Savastano, Editor07.03.19
Gas sensors are of tremendous interest to consumers and companies alike. People want to know about the air that they breathe, and companies want to make sure that consumers are happy. The challenge has always been to create sensors that can effectively monitor environmental conditions.
Judging by initial interest and results, AerNos seems to have found the ideal combination for gas sensors. Founded in 2016, San Diego, CA-based AerNos (the company notes the name is inspired by the Latin words “air” and “our”) has developed a unique technology for gas sensors that are about to be implemented into existing products by leading global companies.
Larry Eason, EVP corporate strategy for AerNos, noted that the company has moved quickly, advancing its technology, raising funds, developing manufacturing capability and building out its team.
“Once we proved to ourselves that our approach would work, we were off to the races,&rdq
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