Innoseis ST technology selected for seismic measurements on the lunar surface!

AMSTERDAM, September 29th 2023 – Innoseis Sensor Technologies is proud to announce a groundbreaking collaboration with Fleet Space Technologies, a leading Australian space company specialising in satellite technology and geophysical solutions, to embark on a pioneering mission to harness seismic data from the Moon’s surface. From lunar exploration to seismic research, this partnership will help to unlock new capabilities […]

The 10 YEAR celebration of Innoseis

Last month, we celebrated the 10-year anniversary of Innoseis. As we’ve taken a moment to reflect on this incredible journey, we’re filled with immense gratitude and a profound sense of pride for what we have achieved with all of our employees and partners. This anniversary was not just about celebrating our accomplishments, but it also serves […]

HvA graduation Internship completed [8.9/10] by Ruben Stauttener!

Congratulations to our Electrical Engineering intern Ruben Stauttener!He’s a student at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and has completed his graduation internship at Innoseis ST for which he received an 8.9/10! The goal of Ruben’s 6 month project was to find a way to optimise the wireless data transfers between nodes and docking stations. He was supervised […]

Innoseis ST represented at the ESA GNC AND ICATT 2023

Innoseis sensor technologies its technology development VP Aran Dokoupil showcasing our latest MEMS accelerometer at the ESA GNC AND ICATT 2023! Our new MEMS accelerometer provides acceleration data with ultra-low noise levels. This sensor has significant advantages for satellite positioning, as demonstrated by simulations on low-thrust orbital manoeuvres. With this new technology, we can achieve greater […]

Inertial sensing developments at Einstein Telescope Technologies

Innoseis Sensor Technologies COO Matthijs Heeres presented some of our latest developments on inertial sensing at the Einstein Telescope Technologies meeting. Within this project, we are one of the 12 companies and institutes working together to develop groundbreaking technologies, subsurface investigations, and technology spin-offs to other sectors. ETT The Einstein Telescope (ET) is an upcoming underground […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]