Stratio has introduced LinkSquare, a portable, an accessible and affordable spectrometer that offers tailor-made solutions for the enterprise LinkSquare is the world’s first. Stratio has embedded its in-market flagship sensor marking technology, LinkSquare 1 in its device that can currently cover wavelengths up to 400-1000 nm. Stratio will soon launch a wavelength measurement of 700-1050 nm in the upgraded version of its device.
How this works is, when users activate the device’s sensor to project light on any object, it captures the object’s molecular vibrations. Subsequently, this creates a unique ‘spectral fingerprint’ that can be seen on devices connected to the internet and powered by –
After a substantial collection of spectral data from the tested objects is procured, this database can be uploaded in the AI platform of Stratio. The platform facilitates users to create applets to analyze objects by comparing their data with the database of Stratio, in-turn helping categorize and segregate objects by molecular properties. Users can analyze results through dozens of pre-built Stratio built applets in their iOS or Android LinkSquare App. The entire process is lightning fast with results directly delivered on users’ smartphones.
“We provide companies with convenient, versatile and enterprise-controlled solutions, whether it be to determine the properties of materials or ascertain the truthfulness of a product,” said Jae Hyung Lee. Ph.D., CEO, and co-founder of Stratio. “We are also constantly working to broaden the range of products and applications, bringing tailored solutions to the palm of your hand.”
Stratio can build custom-applets for enterprises that choose to leverage its LinkSquare product helping scientists with their research. Stratio has built its database of spectral fingerprints keeping in mind industry-specific products and materials.