We’re looking for a new software intern! The company Innoseis was founded in 2013 as a spin-off from the Gravitational Physics Group at Nikhef, the National Institute for Subatomic Physics in the Netherlands. Innoseis develops revolutionary sensor technology that makes the search and use of energy resources more responsible and efficient. Context of the internship […]


We’re looking for an Embedded Software Engineer! The Mission Will your software skills help tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges? We are developing sensor solutions with applications ranging from energy security to satellite navigation. Our micro-machined (MEMS) sensors have world-record sensitivity while maintaining low power consumption. This is combined with advanced algorithms and proprietary […]

Quantum in Antartica!

The Innoseis Quantum nodes have officially been deployed in Antartica. This is a milestone because the Antartica has been noted as the driest, coldest and highest continent in the world. The purpose of this experiment was to collect seismic data with clean technology and to provide a model with eco-friendly collaboration. According to INOVA, the […]

Innoseis Seismic Node featured by Petroleum Development Oman

The autonomous seismic node, developed by Innoseis is being used in the operations of Petroleum Development Oman. “Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) is the leading exploration and production company in the Sultanate of Oman. They deliver the majority of the country’s crude oil production and natural gas supply, and focus on delivering excellence, growth and sustainable […]

Partnership extension with Engineers of Innovation

AMSTERDAM, January 1st, 2023 / Innoseis Sensor Technologies BV is pleased to announce that they have extended their partnership with Engineers of Innovation. The partnership was formed because Innoseis ST believes in supporting initiatives that give young and upcoming engineers the opportunity to innovate. “As a group of students, Engineers of Innovation was founded on […]

Innoseis Sensor Technologies presents at PROVADA

  Innoseis ST CEO, Mark Beker was invited to present at the PROVADA real estate expo in Amsterdam to highlight the importance of fundamental science and industry collaboration, and to provide an example of the economic impact and spin-off activities that can arise from such high-tech activities.  The presentation was given at the pavilion of […]

Innoseis is part of the Dutch National Science Agenda (NWA)

Innoseis is now part of the Dutch National Science Agenda (NWA), a large financing instrument from the government that involves the public in deciding which questions science should try to answer (and fund). Within the NWA project the Dutch Black Hole Consortium (DBHC) we support a nation wide programme to study black holes from various […]

How can MEMS inertial sensors contribute to a sustainable future?

In this multi-part essay Innoseis Sensor Technologies CEO, Mark Beker, investigates how MEMS inertial sensors can contribute to solutions to the global challenges humanity faces in combating climate change. In this part 1, we look at the implications for geophysics.  Introduction In the light of increasing urgency with respect to climate change, humanity must turn […]

Major milestone achieved in latest MEMS accelerometer prototype

Innoseis ST is proud to share the achievement of a major milestone in the latest development of one of its ultra sensitivity inertial sensors. The latest batch has successfully been manufactured and have also returned from the vacuum packaging stage. This is an important milestone as the vacuum packaging allows us to test the ultimate […]

The Innoseis team stands with Ukraine!

The Innoseis team stands with Ukraine! We condemn acts of war as a way of resolving conflicts. We also want to express solidarity with all citizens that are experiencing war and humanitarian crimes against them and their people. The team has decided to give a financial contribution to Giro555, which is a Dutch organisation that facilitates large crowdfunding campaigns to […]