the perfect match
Sciospec Solutions for Electrical Impedance Tomography
Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) is an imaging technique that visualizes conductivity or impedance distributions both in 2D and in 3D. Sciospec is partnering with world leading scientists in the field to deliver solutions that enable using EIT both in research and in practical applications.
Apart from our standard instruments for easy entry into the world of EIT we also offer fully customized EIT products as well as application specific OEM solutions. Over the years we have realized applications ranging from the classical medical (lung ventilation monitoring and electrode positioning problems) over industrial applications (pipe system monitoring and contamination tracking) to state of the art chip based EIT for biosensing applications.
These system are designed for measurements for electrical impedance tomography or general multi-port impedance measurement applications. True parallel measurements and tightly synchronized switching allows for fast frame rates.
For easy entry a software provides EIT image reconstruction functionalities for time- and frequency-difference imaging. Or just use the MATLAB code and import your data to EIDORS.
browse through some scientific publications and discover where Sciospec technology helps scientists and engineers advancing research and pushing boundaries.
You want EIT on chip based sensors?
We've got you covered!
We have a lot of experience with chip based sensors for biosensing using electrochemical and impedance analysis. EIT offers some very promising possibilities in that application domain as well, so we went ahead and created a simple way to work on chip based sensors with our EIT instruments - the EIT slide chip adapters.
Whether you want to design your own sensor from scratch or want to use something off the shelf, it is easy to make it fit with our slide chip system through simple and affordable carrier boards. We are happy to help you with your sensor application development - just contact us.
Check out what our friends at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden did with it:
Electrical impedance tomography in on-chip integrated microtubular fluidic channels.
SM Weiz, M Medina-Sánchez, K Lee, OG Schmidt, Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Electrical impedance tomography, p 23.