Long term license agreement

Sensocure AS, Horten and ExoStat Medical, Inc., Prior Lake, Minnesota, has made an agreement on a long-term technology license agreement relating to an electronic sensor that measures partial pressure COs (pCO2) in oral mucosal tissue. The sensor will constitute an essential component of a new non-invasive device developed to measure tissue hypoperfusion and the possible onset of sepsis (“blood poisoning”). Sepsis is a medical condition that claims millions of lives each year, represents enormous medical expense, and is presently the 10th most frequent cause of death in the U.S. The sensor is part of the MicroStat System and will be owned by ExoStat.

Exostat pressrelease in English

Sensocure pressrelease in Norwegian

Financed pre-projects

Financed pre-projects

24. Oct 2013: Since June 2013 Sensocure has been running two pre-projects financed by Oslofjordfondet on concepts for calibration and user interface for the IscAlert™ sensor.  Further research and development is being carried out to develop the concept. The results of...

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Sensocure AS

Sensocure AS develops biomedical
sensors for healthcare. The main product
under development is IscAlert™, a CO2
sensor designed for the earliest possible
detection of ischemia.

Press and public relations

Fremtidens medisinske produksjonsteknologi

Sensocure, Medistim og GE Vingmed Ultrasound har fått innvilget prosjektstøtte fra programmet BIA Helse hos Norges forskningsråd. Prosjektet er ett av tre prosjekter som har nådd frem i konkurransen om støtte, med prosjektet «Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for...


April 2017: Sensocure won a regional research grant from «Oslofjordfondet» for its Multisense project. The subject of research in this project is integration of sensors for real-time and remote measurement of vital signs, including PCO2. Such sensors have the...

Official opening of Verify the solution and Sensocure

On Thursday 2nd of February, Verify the solution and Sensocure proudly had their official opening of the new facilities at Langmyra 11B, Skoppum. More than 90 people from local micro- and nano technology enterprises, SIVA, Innovation Norway, Electronic Coast, students...