Access Sensor Technologies has developed fast, quantitative, easy-to-use tests for dissolved metals in water. These screening tests quickly and quantitatively determine the concentration of multiple toxic metals dissolved in a liquid sample. Simply drop the test into the water sample, and analyze the results by eye or using the On-Target Water Chemistry app. Contact us for more info!
Congratulations to Chloe Beardsley for presenting at Colorado State University’s Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC) event! She is presenting the great work she has done on the optimization of On-Target chemistry, and the amazing educational kits she has developed around the On-Target technology! Chloe has been a fantastic intern, and we are honored to have her on the Access Sensor’s team! If you are interested in Chloe’s lesson plans for your classroom, please get in touch with us via the “contact us” section of our home page.
Some very impressive engineering work by Gabe Neymark and Jordyn Dahlke was presented today at Colorado State University’s Engineering Days!
Gabe designed and built a robot that automates particulate matter analysis of filters from air samplers. The automation of this process eliminates the need for the tedious manual weighing process previously required for filter analysis, as well as providing substantial cost savings for large air quality research projects. This technology is a great compliment to compact air sampling systems like the UPAS!
Jordyn designed and 3D printed new inlets for Access Sensor Technologies’ UPAS technology. These modified UPAS systems were then attached to custom harnesses that Jordyn designed and built. The harnesses were then attached to household pets that were used as sentinels for air pollution exposure. This was a very creative project, and a great application for the UPAS technology!
The Access Sensor Technologies team is so grateful to be involved with such bright and capable young engineers! We are excited to see what engineering challenges Gabe and Jordyn will tackle next!