Developing a customised IR sensor
The IR sensor manufacturer JonDeTech has received an inquiry from a global CE producer about the possibility to further develop into a customised version of JonDeTech’s IR sensor. The target application shall be detecting presence and temperature in a product aimed for the consumer market.
IR sensor company receive first order from Shortlink
JonDeTech Sensors has received its first order from ShortLink. The order relates to presence detection in a dispensing system and is a first result of the cooperation agreement signed last fall regarding future development of new products based on sensor technology.
Sensor technology opens up for smarter presence detection
New sensor technology can bring about new and more efficient presence detection in, for example, the construction and real estate sector. The solution is a small, inexpensive, battery-powered and IoT-caged sensor that will also be able to be connected very quickly with the help of the upcoming 5G networks. Anders Jansson, CTO at the Swedish IR sensor company, JonDeTech, explains how.
Expected electronics trends in 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Technological trends coming up in 2019 may be more exciting than ever and we are facing a variety of breakthroughs in the coming year. Here, Niklas Kvist, Head of Engineering at Swedish sensor manufacturer JonDeTech explains how and why.
Eliminating one of the biggest fire hazards this Christmas
Overheating problems for battery chargers has become an increasingly common safety issue - especially at Christmas - causing fires at home at personal risk and dire costs for private persons as well as insurance companies. Industry expert, Niklas Kvist explains how a new IR sensor can be the solution around the festive period.
It is High Time for IR Sensor 2.0 – And This Is Why
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture.
Swedish sensor developer rings opening bell for Nasdaq Stockholm
On the 25th May the CEO and employees of JonDeTech Sensors were present at Nasdaq Stockholm, to ring the stock exchange’s opening bell and start the trading in the company's shares at Nasdaq First North. The share will be traded under the ticker symbol JDT.
Overheating alarm integrates super thin IR sensor
Manufacturer of the world's smallest IR sensor, JonDeTech has gained a design win with the Norwegian company, FireNanny which aims to integrate JonDeTech's sensor into FireNanny's overheating alarm.