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GreenTEG receives SEF.High-Potential SME quality label

19.09.2018 11:15

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The ETH Zurich spin-off developed thermal sensors for wearables or portable devices measuring accurately the core-body temperature. Being the first company in the field with their technology the startup has a high growth potential. This won the company the «SEF.High-Potential SME» quality label.

GreenTEG AG is developing thermal sensors for heat flux measurement. Using the startup’s technology, core body temperature can be measured non-invasively and more accurately than with traditional measuring devices.

The sensor can be integrated into any wearable and portable device that has contact with the user’s skin. They deliver information about changes in core body temperature as well as insights about the ideal training level of athletes, sleep quality, level of stress, status of ovulation and much more. The sensors can also be applied in the field of predictive diagnostics. The start-up Piavita is already for example successfully integrating greenTEG technology into its applications.

The sensors are manufactured entirely in Switzerland are already used in various applications, such as laser power measurement, building services engineering, or the characterization of materials and industrial processes. With its latest innovation for the non-invasive measurement of body core temperature, the company plans to continue to grow strongly.

According to the SEF4KMU expert team. “greenTEG AG has a high growth potential. The startup’s current performance outlook is strong, and there are no comparable core-body measurement devices on the market yet. The start-up company possesses great technological capability in the area of thermal sensors for heat flux measurement and its integration into other devices.”

Based on this, the expert team has awarded greenTEG the “SEF.High-Potential SME” quality label.

(Press release/ran)

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