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SAN FRANCISCO, California, April 15, 2019 – Olam Cocoa expands its digital initiatives by equipping their field and purchase managers at cocoa collection points with SCiO devices, from Consumer Physics. SCiO is a novel hand-held, connected smart sensor that enables Olam Cocoa traders to analyze the full moisture range in cocoa beans, on location, non-invasively,
Pocket size analyzer transforms forage analysis by enabling instant, on-farm results. WOLVERHAMPTON, United Kingdom and SAN FRANCISCO, California, January 30th, 2019 – Eurofins Agro UK expands its offering in ruminant feed testing by partnering with Consumer Physics to launch an advanced on-farm feed analysis solution, already in use by early adopters, such as Harpers Feeds
Pocket size, NIR spectrometer transforms feed analysis by enabling real-time, on-farm forage analysis – Chr. Hansen equips their nutritionists and distributors first, followed by all customers. Chr. Hansen joins forces with Consumer Physics to use and distribute SCiO™ – a revolutionary feed analysis solution based on the smallest available pocket size NIR spectrometer. The solution
Special introductory offer for orders placed by August 15 HOPKINS, Minn. – Cargill Animal Nutrition has selected Consumer Physics to collaborate and introduce Reveal® to U.S. dairy producers. Reveal is a real-time forage analysis service that puts the power of a Cargill forage lab analysis in the palm of a hand by utilizing SCiO – the
Changhong, Analog Devices, and Consumer Physics Collaborate to Revolutionize Mobile Phones; Eat Healthier, Live Better, and Explore More with SCiO’s Material Sensing Technology in your Phone CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW – Las Vegas – January 4, 2017 – Changhong H2, the world’s first material sensing smartphone, has today been unveiled at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.
Optics of Fingerprint Sensors, by a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign team, wins Student Video Contest WASHINGTON –With a miniaturized scanning sensor technology, Israel-based Consumer Physics earned this year’s top corporate honor in The Optical Society’s (OSA) Enabled by Optics Contest. This contest raises public awareness of the importance of optics and photonics technologies in
NORWOOD, Mass. & TEL AVIV, Israel — Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) and Consumer Physics, Inc. (CP) today announced a collaboration to develop a sensor-to-cloud personal and industrial Internet of Things (IoT) platform that analyzes liquids and solids, including food, plants, drugs, chemicals, the human body, and a variety of other materials. The two companies plan
GENEVA, Aug. 5, 2015  — World Economic Forum today announced its selection of the world’s 49 most promising Technology Pioneers 2015 Consumer Physics, one of two Israeli-based selections, has created the world’s first molecular sensor that fits in the palm of your hand. US- and UK-based companies make up 80% of awardees The full list
Handheld Molecular Scanner Attracts More Than 10,000 Backers to Help Build the First Database of Physical Matter MENLO PARK, Calif. and TEL-AVIV, Israel, June 3, 2014  — Consumer Physics today announced that the Kickstarter campaign for SCiO, its handheld molecular scanner that will enable consumers to better understand the physical world, has raised more than
Pocket-Sized Scanner Reads Molecular Fingerprint of Food, Pharmaceuticals, and More MENLO PARK, Calif. and TEL-AVIV, Israel, April 29, 2014  — Consumer Physics today unveiled SCiO, a handheld sensor that scans the molecular fingerprint of physical matter and instantly provides useful information about its chemical makeup. SCiO delivers real-time results to its mobile application on the user’s

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Progressive Dairyman

How many cows does it take to justify on farm NIR?

IEEE Spectrum

“The SCiO Food Analyzer is ON the Job – In the Barn”

Networks World

“The Internet Of The (Living) Things: Tracking Dairy Cow Eating Habits”

Cnet

SCiO on cnet
“Scan The Chemical Makeup of Food and Medicine With Your Phone”

RNZ

“Tell the counterfeit from genuine medicines on the spot”

Gizmag

“SCiO is made to analyze … everything”

Entrereneur

“This Handheld Scanner Identifies Pills, Determines Calories and More”

Gigaom

“Declining sensor costs open up new consumer applications”

Discover Magazine

“5 New Gadgets Creating a Buzz at CES 2016”

CNN

“Gadget tells you what’s in food … and even pot”

Wired

“Europe’s hottest startups 2015: Tel Aviv”

Inhabitat

“World’s first pocket spectrometer lets you measure the molecular makeup of nearly anything”

Galileo

“Der Wunderscanner”

CNBC

“SCiO aims to be your sixth sense”

LiveScience

“Are Smart Mini Sensors the Next Big Thing?”

Sky News

“‘Diet Scanners’ To Be Fitted In Smartphones”

Wall Street Journal

“Startups Take Bite Out of Food Poisoning”

AnandTech

“SCiO Molecular Sensor Added to Smartphone: Reads Chemical Composition Of Materials”

IEEE Spectrum

“What Happened When We Took the SCiO Food Analyzer Grocery Shopping”

TechCrunch

“Star trek Like Molecular Food Scanner SCiO Tops $2 Million On Kickstarter”

TechCrunch

“The SCiO Handheld Scanner Makes Sure You’re Taking The Right (Prescription) Drug”

New Atlas

“Molecular-Sending Smartphone Analyzes the World Around Us”

Time

“SCiO Pocket Molecular Scanner Is Like a Google-like Device for Physical Objects”

Venture Beat

SCiO detects fake Viagra pills
“Changhong’s H2 smartphone uses a molecular sensor to identify real or fake Viagra pills”

Cnet

SCiO on cnet
“Phone with ‘infrared vision’ knows how fat you are (hands-on)”

The Daily Mail

“The material-sensing smartphone that can tell you if your Viagra is FAKE: Changhong’s new H2 phone analyzes molecular properties”

Digital Trends

With a built in molecular spectrometer, this phone can identify any material

The Guardian

New weapon in the global fight against fake malaria drugs: a cheap scanner

Heroku

Big Data App Running on Heroku Helps Consumers Understand the Physical World

BBC

SCiO and the raise of hardware start-ups at Techcrunch
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