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Novaetech offers high quality sensors for performances, sensitivity and resolution. The most important ESA laboratories use our instruments. Infact we’ve started our experience designing sensors based on Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM) with application in aerospace field, and now we’re realizing innovative sensors with application in biology, medicine and enviromental monitoring.
Do you need a specific kind of measurement ? We can develope a custom system based on QCM or MEMS microcantilever technology together with a custom software, for all your needs.
From design to realization.
Much more than everything we believe in our future.
Martian Environmental DUst Systematic Analyser Novaetech in collaboration with INAF, as a part of project supported by ESA, has developed an instruments for the analyses of dust and water vapour on Martian soil and atmosphere. According to the scientific requirements, Novaetech has taken charge of design, assembly and test the prototype. Scientific value of MEDUSA project The dust suspended in the atmosphere ... Read More
PRISMA is a project in the field of technology transfer for companies of Southern Italy organized by INAF. The project promotes synergies in order to obtain the achievement of specific targets, such as: transfer and growth of technology know-how, sinergies promotion between research and industrial sector, development of new industrial process and products, patents development for the promotion and ... Read More
Novaetech join the international team for the analysis of cometary dust sample collected by space probe NASA STARDUST. Within this project, Novaetech realized particular sample holder that allows the safe transport of microscopic comet grains. Novaetech sample holder area unique support suitable perform a wide range of chemical and physical analysis without manipulation and contamination of the sample, ... Read More
Dust in the Upper Stratosphere Tracking Experiment and Retrieval. DUST experiment has consisted in the realization of flights in the stratosphere layer. Project goal is the collection of micrometric/submicrometric aerosols (terrestrial and extraterrestrial origin) within 30 and 40 km above Earth surface. In the research activity performed by University of Naples "Parthenope" in the field of climate ... Read More