SUNNYVALE, CA- (October 12, 2015) – Senova Systems, a developer of breakthrough pH sensing platform will present substantiating data on “Robust, fast and accurate pH sensing platform solution targeting Single Use Application” at the upcoming ECI conference on Single-Use Technologies: Bridging Polymer Science to Biotechnology Applications, to be held from October 18-21, 2015 at the Lansdowne Resort in Leesburg, Virginia. Senova Systems’ President and CEO Srinivas Rao, Ph.D. will be presenting a poster on October 21, 2015 and will be available throughout the conference from October 18-21, 2015 to meet with participants and introduce them to the company’s award winning, innovative and flexible pH sensing platform.
With industry leaders emphasizing changes in sensing needs for single-use applications, Senova Systems has garnered significant interest on its innovative, pHitTM platform. Senova’s S4-2D (a planar sensing platform) is now adoption ready for SUS applications. This breakthrough development work follows prior invited presentation at BioTech 2014 Conference in Zurich last fall. The growing SUS market urgently beckons a calibration-free, drift-free, glass-free pH tracking solution that is gamma sterilizable and easy to deploy into existing manufacturing lines. With emphasis for continuous-flow, automation-friendly manufacturing environs, the sensors also need to be accurate and responsive to real-time manufacturing conditions. The Senova Solution addresses each of these important needs. Attendees interested in learning about Senova Systems’ technology and platform can email Srinivas Rao at Srinivas.rao@SenovaSystems.com to coordinate meetings.
About Senova Systems
Senova Systems, is based in Sunnyvale, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley. With institutional funding from Phoenix Venture Partners and Harris and Harris Group, Senova has worked over the last several years to bring a revolutionary pH sensor platform that replaces archaic glass probes with solid-state, smart sensors that are glass-free, simple to manufacture using standard semiconductor processes and importantly, require no user calibration. The core sensor elements can be integrated into several form-factors to meet target application requirements. In 2012 Senova received the Frost & Sullivan N.A New Product Innovation Award in pH Sensors. In 2013 it received the prestigious Gold Award for the Best New Product at Pittcon. In 2014 Senova was invited to present at the Biotech 2014 in Zurich. Senova Systems expects the capability and versatility of its breakthrough pHitTM measurement platform to offer significant operational and economic benefits in the life science, food and beverage, medical diagnostics, dairy, petrochemical, agriculture and hydroponics, water, R&D and environmental sectors, and ultimately, enable novel advances in healthcare and other specialized applications unachievable with conventional pH technology. Additional information on the company and its technology is available at https://www.senovasystems.com.