ANB Showcase at Pittcon 2019

Pittcon is the world’s leading annual conference and exposition on laboratory science. Pittcon attracts attendees from industry, academia and government from over 90 countries worldwide. We had a very interesting week at Pittcon. We were chosen to do a 5 minute elevator pitch on Sunday afternoon which led to lots Read more…

ANB Sensors Visit Queens University Belfast

In March we visited Belfast to discuss a collaborative project with The Queens University of Belfast, School of Biological Science, regarding pH sensing in cattle stomachs. The sensors would be aimed at monitoring Rumen Acidosis, a common problem which is often undetected, to allow for the appropriate response to correct Read more…

ANB Attend SWIG

ANB attended the SWIG workshop on Remote Environmental Monitoring at the Freshwater Biological Association River Laboratory on 30 January 2019, kindly sponsored by Xylem Analytics. It was a very interesting workshop on the drivers coming through from UK environmental monitoring policy, and how sensor and communications technologies are addressing these Read more…

Feasibility Studies

Feasibility Studies Understanding the market and the barriers to entry is an extremely important step for ANB Sensors, this has been facilitated by our success in two grant funding rounds; Innovate UK’s Global Feasibility challenge and EU H2020 SMEi phase 1 funding. Global Feasibility Challenge Jan – Mar 2017 During Read more…

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 sensor’ technology to help conservationists improve the measurement of acidity levels that are threatening the Read more…

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 the market – electrode drift – which severely degrades the sensor’s operational performance and utility Read more…