Self-Calibrating Electro-chemical Sensors for Wearable/Implantable Sensors

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Researchers at Purdue University have developed self-calibrating electro-chemical sensors for wearable or implantable applications. While traditional electro-chemical sensors work well in laboratory conditions, they fall short in real-world applications where they face changing environments and cannot be regularly calibrated. Purdue's approach uses a sensor configuration that decouples environmental changes from the analyte measurements. This results in a sensor that is both more accurate and self-calibrating. Applications of this technology include uses in wearable/implantable technology, water monitoring and treatment, and agriculture.

- Self-calibrating ion-selective sensors
- More accurate in real-world conditions
- Low cost

- Wearable/implantable technology
- Agricultural production
- Industrial production
- Water monitoring and treatment
- Pollution monitoring

Technology Validation:
This technology is in the concept stages and has been validated analytically with ML and signal modelling.
Dec 29, 2022
United States
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