StratioKorea participates in ‘MWC 2017’ held in Barcelona, Spain from February 27 to March 2 as a joint research institute of K-ICT Device Lab, and introduces LinkSquare, a portable spectroscope using visible and ultra-near infrared.
Link Square uses Stratio’s proprietary optical technology for visible and ultra-near infrared sensors to read the spectral response of the material’s intrinsic light to differentiate the material. LinkSquare, which will be showcased at the show, will be launched in the first half of 2017, offers analysis function of providing information about the authenticity of scanned drugs and functions of development kit.
Until now, spectroscopes that have been used for the analysis of materials in universities, research institutes and large corporations can be purchased at a high price of at least several million won, and only a few experts with expertise can use the equipment. LinkSquare is already in the process of conducting technical testing and purchasing negotiations with the attention of five US retail pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies and the World Health Organization (WHO).
After that, by spectroscope equipped with Stratio’s own near infrared ray image sensor is seemed to open the way to use the technology that was available only in the laboratory such as advanced analysis, food discrimination and quality control, explosive / drug / counterfeit detection.
The global news network Aving News, which has delivered the most issues of CES, MWC and IFA, the world’s top three tech exhibitions over the past decade, will also send a special report team to the MWC to report major issues in the market. Also, as part of ‘MADE IN KOREA & MADE BY KOREA’ project, it will find companies from Korea who participated in the exhibition and introduce them to all over the world.