About ANB Sensors

At ANB Sensors we are developing the next generation of pH Sensors for oceanographic, source water and aquifer monitoring applications. We have developed a new reference system and sensing chemistry for our pHenomIII platform and are working on a novel reference techniques for Ion Selective Electrodes.

ANBSensors is proud to be a member of JPI Oceans European Marine Calibration Network, set-up to understand how industry, oceanographers and national metrologist laboratoires can collaborate to ensure oceanographic data quality.

Our Journey

ANBSensors has been set-up by members of the ANB Sensors team that entered and was runner up in the Affordability Competition of the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health Competition.

We are currently developing new sensing chemistries and electronic systems to improve accuracy, stability and precision.

Our Vision

ANBSensors plan to pursue a wide range of markets, particularly the oceanographic, source water and aquifer monitoring markets. You can expect to see a pHenom sensor in a reservoir near you in the next five years!

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Enterprise Europe Network Success Story

ANB Sensors were delighted to be featured in a success story on the Enterprise Europe Network website. Click here to link to the full article: https://www.enterprise-europe.co.uk/success-story/low-cost-sensor-joins-battle-save-worlds-water-resources Cambridgeshire company ANB Sensors Ltd is developing affordable ‘smart Read more…

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Smart Environmental Monitoring

Ion Selective Electrode (ISE) sensors are used to detect ionic concentration in aqueous solutions. Through discussions with several ISE sensor users and manufacturers, we have confirmed a fundamental issue with the ISE sensors currently on Read more…

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February 2017 Nathan Lawrence, ANBSensors CTO gave an invited presentation at the EuraMet conference in Warsaw, Poland, highlighting the need for metrological studies and validation of sensors for oceanograhic monitoring. ANBSensors attended Oceanology 2017, in Read more…