Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Waiting Presence of the Food and Drug Detection Equipment at CES 2016

Robometricschool. - Stratio announced LinkSquare, infrared scanner for food, medicine, materials, and physical objects latest at CES 2016. LinkSquare is versatile and portable spectrometers, utilizing the technology used astronomers to decipher the composition of distant stars.

(Source: Metrotvnews)

LinkSquare lets users receive reliable information directly, related to the composition of the object via a smartphone.

According Metrotvnews (05/01/2016) that LinkSquare device also uses an image sensor Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) germanium-based, to illuminate the object and record its response to light. Data is then analyzed through algorithms on Stratio database to identify the composition of the product, and the results delivered to users via smartphones.

LinkSquare presence, based company said the San Jose, California, as it offers a solution to concerns of food and drug scandals, as well as authentication products that appear in the United States.

Currently, LinkSquare compatible with the Android operating system, while support for iOS devices will be launched this year. After CES 2016 is completed, Stratio plans to launch a campaign co-financing in June. LinkSquare will be offered at a price of USD200.


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