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Next-Generation Sensor Systems

 

Excelera produces cheaper, faster, efficient, nanoscalable and accurate Sensor Data Converters

 
 
 

The Excelera Difference

Manufacturing of Integrated Circuits, Development Boards and IPs based on our frequency/time measurement methods.

 

 
  Very high precision Programmable accuracy for frequency: 1% to 0.0005%, being able to handle over 500,00 samples per second

 

Very high precision

Programmable accuracy for frequency: 1% to 0.0005%, being able to handle over 500,00 samples per second

  Miniaturization Excelera's technology allows the miniaturization below 100 nm

 

Miniaturization

Excelera's technology allows the miniaturization below 100 nm

    Harsh environments Extreme temperature (-55 to 150ºC), magnetic interferences, pressure, humidity, etc

 

 

Harsh environments

Extreme temperature (-55 to 150ºC), magnetic interferences, pressure, humidity, etc

  Ultra low power Below 10 milliwatts on active mode with fully functional solutions

 

Ultra low power

Below 10 milliwatts on active mode with fully functional solutions

 
 
 

Happy Customers and Partners

Excelera has shipped thousands components for smart sensor systems
and data acquisition systems to clients in industries ranging from the Internet of Things to Automobile.

 
 

Team

Excelera started in 2006 as an academic research project. The company launched its first product in 2010 and received private investments in 2013 to commercialize its proprietary sensor technology.

 
 
  Javier Cañete, CEO Engineer in Computer Management, postgraduate in distributed application development and Internet application development, SMARTSES project manager and professor in various Master in University of Barcelona (UB).

 

Javier Cañete, CEO

Engineer in Computer Management, postgraduate in distributed application development and Internet application development, SMARTSES project manager and professor in various Master in University of Barcelona (UB).

  Sergey Y. Yurish, CTO Electrical engineer and PhD in instrumentation. He has participated in international projects (OTAN, FP6, FP7), cofounder and president of International Frequency Sensor Association. It has 9 patents and has published 160 reports and articles.

 

Sergey Y. Yurish, CTO

Electrical engineer and PhD in instrumentation. He has participated in international projects (OTAN, FP6, FP7), cofounder and president of International Frequency Sensor Association. It has 9 patents and has published 160 reports and articles.

  Lluís Morey, COO Biosystems engineer, specialized in Bioreactors and Biogas generation using organic wastes. He has participated in the INBENT project in IRTA, working with biogas generation and physical signal monitoring through sensor systems.

 

Lluís Morey, COO

Biosystems engineer, specialized in Bioreactors and Biogas generation using organic wastes. He has participated in the INBENT project in IRTA, working with biogas generation and physical signal monitoring through sensor systems.