Q3 2021 Newsletter

This quarter has seen us close out our Series A investment, begin field trials across Europe and North America, exhibit the sensor at Aquanor, Norway with our partner Labolytics and at Seanergy, France with our distributor Marine Distribution & Consulting, and welcome our new technical sales specialist, Carl Clemans. Download Read more…

Q2 2021 Newsletter

It’s been another busy quarter for us! We’ve been doing lots of field trials – the results of which will soon be published. We’ve also been working with partners to integrate our pH sensor into their systems. Our oceanographic sensor is commercial and we are working hard on our aquaculture Read more…

World Ocean Day 2021

Every year, the World Ocean Day flags the major role that oceans play in our lives, highlighting the numerous preservation actions being undertaken. Marine littering, pollution, climate change and overexploitation are threatening the planet’s waterways. But this sustainability challenge is also giving the floor to new approaches that tackle environmental Read more…

March 2021 Newsletter

The first quarter of the year has been fast-paced, coping with the reduction of on-site staff due to the Covid pandemic, delivering our first S1100’s to customers across the globe, and building out our sales team whilst continually pushing the development of our S Series sensors. We have certainly seen Read more…

We’re Looking for a Commercial Officer

Commercialisation Officer Since the beginning of the industrial revolution the ocean has become increasingly more acidic due to uptake of atmospheric CO2. Highly spatial and temporal monitoring of pH is becoming more and more important for ocean health. pH is the number one chemical measurement taken in industry and ANB Read more…

ANB Sensors adds to its ever expanding IP portfolio by securing a licensing deal for Oxford Universities alternative approach to solid-state pH sensing

Oxford University Innovation licenses pH sensing technology to ANB Sensors. A novel carbon-based electrode, which is electrochemically optimised to perform pH measurements over a wide range, is the subject of a new licensing deal between Oxford University Innovation (OUI), the research commercialisation arm of Oxford University, and electrochemical sensor developer Read more…

A Video Introduction to ANB

Technical Intro Video Our CEO Dr Nathan Lawrence put together a brief video for the forthcoming Oceanology Conference. It explains the technology behind our revolutionary calibration free solid state sensor.