CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH of Erfurt at COMPAMED 2021 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH

Konrad-Zuse-Str. 14, 99099 Erfurt
Germany
Telephone +49 361 6631410
info@cismst.de

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COMPAMED 2021 hall map (Hall 13): stand E47

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 06  Electrical components, electronical components
  • 06.01  Sensors
  • 06.01.04  Pressure sensors
  • 06  Electrical components, electronical components
  • 06.01  Sensors
  • 06.01.06  Gas sensors
  • 06  Electrical components, electronical components
  • 06.03  Electrooptical components

Electrooptical components

  • 07  Microtechnology
  • 07.04  Microsensors

Microsensors

  • 07  Microtechnology
  • 07.09  Microassembly

Microassembly

Our products

Product category: Pressure sensors

Optical blood pressure monitoring

Diseases of the cardiovascular system are among the most common causes of death in industrialized nations. An important indicator of this is hypertension, which can currently still be diagnosed and monitored by means of regular mechanical pressure measurements using an upper arm cuff. This unpleasant method restricts the patient in everyday life and also provides only comparatively few, punctual measured values. This situation can be remedied by an optical sensor that is integrated into an earmould and can evaluate the blood pressure changes of each individual heartbeat. In addition to other important parameters such as heart rate, heart rate variability and blood oxygen saturation, the CiS Research Institute has now also succeeded in developing solid algorithms for evaluating blood pressure changes. The patented method is based solely on the data of the optical in-ear sensor and thus offers a possibility for monitoring important vital parameters that is suitable for everyday use.

The CiS Research Institute develops and manufactures silicon sensors for numerous fields of application. Together with industrial partners from the hearing aid industry, universal and individual earmoulds with integrated optical sensor assembly have been developed. The hearing ability is not restricted and a high wearing comfort is achieved. CiS offers the production of such prototypes up to small series as well as development and transfer services for the integration of the sensor assembly into customer-specific medical products and applications.

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Product category: Pressure sensors

Optical blood pressure monitor

Diseases of the cardiovascular system are among the most frequent causes of death in industrial nations. An important indicator of this is hypertension, which is currently diagnosed and monitored by means of mechanical pressure cuffs applied at the upper arm. This unpleasant method restricts the patient's everyday life and provides only comparatively few punctual measurements. An optical sensor that is integrated into an earmould and can evaluate the blood pressure changes of each individual heartbeat can provide a remedy. In addition to other important parameters such as heart rate, heart rate variability and blood oxygen saturation, the CiS Research Institute has now also succeeded in developing solid algorithms for evaluating changes in blood pressure. The patented procedure is based solely on the data of the optical in-the-ear sensor and thus offers an everyday possibility for monitoring important vital parameters

The CiS Research Institute develops and manufactures silicon sensors for numerous fields of application. Together with industrial partners from the hearing aid industry, universal and individual earmoulds with integrated optical sensor assemblies have been developed. The hearing ability is not restricted and a high wearing comfort is achieved. CiS offers the production of such prototypes up to small series as well as development and transfer services for the integration of the sensor assembly into customer-specific medical products and applications.

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Product category: Gas sensors

MEMS infrared emitter for gas analysis

Modern and accurate gas sensors are based on the NDIR measurement concept, which requires a broadband infrared light source to evaluate the gas-specific light absorption in the IR. The transition from classical filaments to micro-electro-mechanical (MEMS) solutions offers a number of advantages. On the one hand, MEMS solutions are significantly smaller and more shock resistant, which simplifies the optical and mechanical integration into the sensor system. Secondly, these IR sources consume significantly less power and are much faster in switching on and off - an important aspect for sensors with good signal-to-noise behavior. This makes MEMS IR emitters the tool of choice for both mobile sensor solutions and stationary applications with high requirements, such as in breath gas analysis, process measurement technology or environmental monitoring.

The CiS Research Institute develops and manufactures such MEMS IR emitters for various customer-specific applications. In addition to different component sizes and performance classes, we offer innovative solutions for emitters with increased dynamics, improved emission properties and long lifetime in use. Furthermore, we offer various solutions for infrared detectors, services for assembly and connection technology, hermetization as well as integration into the sensor systems of our customers and development partners.

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Product category: Gas sensors

MEMS Infrared Emitters for Gas Analysis

Modern and precise gas sensors are based on the NDIR concept, where broad bandwidth infrared light sources are needed to detect the gas specific light absorption within the IR. The change from classical light bulbs to micro electro mechanical solutions (MEMS) offers a series of advantages. On the one hand these MEMS emitters are by far smaller and more shock resistant, which makes optical and mechanical integration into the sensor system easier. On the other hand these IR sources need significantly less power and are considerably faster when turning on and off - an important aspect for sensors with good signal to noise ratio. These facts make MEMS IR emitters the first choice for mobile sensor solutions as well as for stationary applications with high requirements, like breath analysis, process or environmental monitoring.

The CiS Research Institute develops and manufactures such MEMS IR emitters for different customer specific applications. Beside different geometries and power classes, we offer innovative solutions for emitters with higher dynamics, improved emissivity and long lifetimes in the application. In addition we offer different solutions for infrared detectors, services for housing, hermetic sealing and assembly and integration in the sensor systems of our customers and development partners.

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About us

Company portrait

Recognized as a non-profit organization, CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH is a business-oriented research institution in the fields of microsensors, microsystems technology and silicon detectors.
It primarily conducts application-oriented research and development both on behalf of companies and for public clients.
We rely on more than 25 years of "competence in silicon" from research and development to series production.
The CiS Research Institute is an affiliated institute of the TU Ilmenau.

On behalf of and with the support of federal and state ministries and authorities, future-relevant research projects are carried out that contribute to innovations in the public demand sector and in the economy.
The receipt of the non-profit status is the result of a successful R&D strategy, which focuses on a timely non-discriminatory exploitation of the results. Profits are used exclusively for non-profit purposes. All income is thus fundamentally used for the benefit of research and development.
The institute is supported by the CiS e.V. association.