Technology, no matter how pathbreaking, is only as good as how we apply it. At Atonarp, we are always exploring new ways to use our knowledge and technology for a brighter future. The ability to see materials in molecular detail opens up a world of exciting possibilities. We collaborate with innovators from different industries to create products that address critical problems and create efficient solutions to positively impact human lives, industry and environment.
The Atonarp Mass Spectrometer (AMS) with its modular sensor design and miniature footprint can be easily integrated in various point-of-entry security gates and mass transit vehicles to quantitatively detect gases and vapours of potentially hazardous compounds.
Beyond the usual Pass/Fail response, it can alert law enforcement agencies in charge, of the exact materials and its risks. With its intuitive Graphic User Interface and its user-friendly control software, it requires minimal training of security personnel for its use. Add to it the cloud-based analytics software, and you have a system that is capable of sending real time warnings to all personnel in charge, irrespective of their physical locations that ultimately enables faster response times.
Can a blood test be as simple at taking temperature at home? Can haemoglobin levels be measured without the prick of a needle? With the Atonarp Optical Spectrometer (AOS), we are finding ways to make this and much more possible.
With its state-of-the-art nonlinear optical approach that provides high sensitivity and rapid results, the AOS can probe molecules without direct contact. Using this technology, the day isn’t far when a small wearable accessory can monitor basic metabolic levels and communicates the need to see a doctor. Not only do both doctors and patients save time, the non-invasive assessment also saves the latter a painful poke.
Atonarp’s AOS system complements the smart mass spectrometer and provides insight into molecular structure and geometry, bond order, molecular substituents, and hydrogen bonding. This can be a valuable tool for inspecting raw and processed material, including the concentration measurement of specific forms of molecules. This technology has broad applications in healthcare, in addition to potential applications in pharmaceutical manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, life sciences and more.