EngeniusMicro Wins Contract for “Wearable Radio Frequency Weapon Exposure Detector” 

Huntsville, AL – EngeniusMicro, a leader in developing innovative solutions for the defense industry, has been awarded a contract by the United States government for the “Wearable Radio Frequency Weapon Exposure Detector”.<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2023/02/13/engeniusmicro-wins-contract-for-wearable-radio-frequency-weapon-exposure-detector/">Read More...</a>
By : michael.whitley | Feb 13, 2023

EngeniusMicro awarded contract to develop enhanced inertial sensors 

Huntsville, AL – EngeniusMicro is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II contract from the U.S. Army to develop a microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2023/02/08/engeniusmicro-awarded-contract-to-develop-enhanced-inertial-sensors/">Read More...</a>
By : michael.whitley | Feb 8, 2023

EngeniusMicro Selected for Additive Manufacturing Phase II SBIR Award

EngeniusMicro has been selected for award of a $1M contract from the Missile Defense Agency (MDA). This Phase II SBIR effort will use additive manufacturing technology to 3D print electronic packages around<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2019/07/25/engeniusmicro-selected-for-additive-manufacturing-phase-ii-sbir-award/">Read More...</a>
By : matthew nuss | Jul 25, 2019

Chipless RFID Sensors

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By : Matt Nuss | Jan 19, 2018

Multi-sensing Discrimination System

EngeniusMicro is developing an autonomous capability for missile systems to perform real time discrimination between hardened targets, which will increase missile system lethality by rapidly and accurately identifying the target and automatically<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2017/08/14/prox/">Read More...</a>
By : Matt Nuss | Aug 14, 2017

Structural Health Monitoring

This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I project investigates high-temperature wirelessly interrogated acoustic sensors for monitoring insulated structures such as piping and storage vessels that are in difficult to access locations<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2017/07/25/structural-health-monitoring/">Read More...</a>
By : Matt Nuss | Jul 25, 2017

Electromechanical Microcapacitors

Electrochemical double-layer (ECDL) capacitors have tremendous potential as high-power delivery energy storage elements in low-volume and low-weight microelectronics systems. ECDL electrodes based on nanostructured carbon offer the potential for exceptional power and<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2017/07/25/electromechanical-microcapacitors/">Read More...</a>
By : Matt Nuss | Jul 25, 2017

Vibration Harvesting Wireless Sensors

This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I project investigates the use of environmental vibrations to increase the interrogation distance between wireless sensors and their readers. The utilization of free vibrations, themselves, for<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2017/07/24/vibration-harvesting/">Read More...</a>
By : Matt Nuss | Jul 24, 2017

Additive Electronics

EngeniusMicro currently utilizes drop-on-demand printing technology through the use of a Fujifilm Dimatix Materials Printer.  The Dimatix prints conductive inks on a variety of substrates from as thin as a few microns<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2017/07/24/additive-electronics/">Read More...</a>
By : Matt Nuss | Jul 24, 2017

High Velocity Impact Sensors

This technology was developed to help detect the direction and severity of impacts made to military vehicles.  The sensor blanket that can be embedded into the vehicle will provide data provided by<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2017/07/24/high-velocity-impact-sensors/">Read More...</a>
By : Matt Nuss | Jul 24, 2017

Passive Wireless Sensors

Developed through a Phase II STTR effort EngeniusMicro has developed a passive wireless sensor platform for the monitoring of corrosion on aircraft and for stored aircraft components. Multiple volumes, chambers, and compartments within<a class="moretag" href="https://www.engeniusmicro.com/2017/07/24/passive-wireless-sensors/">Read More...</a>
By : Matt Nuss | Jul 24, 2017