Four Spin-Offs from the sector will participate in the panel discussion: A4CELL, Energiot Devices, VLC Photonics, Solar MEMS Technologies and the Spanish state agency CDTI. During this session, various topics will be discussed and questions will be put to the guests.
A4CELL develops New technology named SPAchip (Suspended Planar-Array Chips) offering a perfect way to monitorize single cell alive. SPAchips are intracellular silicom microchips for monitoring extraordinarily small volumes as a single cell.
Energiot develops microgenerators to harvest ambient energy for smart wireless sensors, making possible a self-powered Internet of Things (IoT). Energiot is now focused on 24/7 end-to-end monitoring of overhead electric lines to create a smarter grid. They can also create customized monitoring solutions to enable predictive maintenance for applications in other utility services such as water and gas distribution.
While VLC Photonics was born as a design house for photonic integrated circuits, it has evolved along the years to respond to the market needs. Currently, it provides all kinds of services spanning the whole photonic integration process, from initial evaluation to design, manufacturing, test, and packaging.
Solar MEMS is a Spanish technological-based company, specialized in Micro Electro Mechanical Systems technology (MEMS) and its application to the design and development of high accurate sun sensors for space and other high technology markets.