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Radboud University Nijmegen 

 

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Nijmegen, Netherlands

 

Dr. Frans J. M. Harren - Email

 +31 24 361 6161

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This project is an initiative of the Photonics Public Private Partnership co-funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732968

November 14, 2019

The Consortium has decided to rely on new airborne platforms: a zeppelin for initial tests and comparison to a ground based sensor installed on a tower (at tower test in Switzerland) and a manned helicopter for final verification and measurements (see Figure).

The...

February 25, 2019

Senseair has built and trimmed a long path length Multipass cell with a light distance of almost 18 meters. This equipment has been shipped to the researchers at CSEM in Neuchatel, Switzerland for verification and test.

The next step in the development of optics is to r...

January 25, 2019

CSEM in Switzerland is currently designing and implementing an alternative detector prototype. The initial spectrometer with the VIPA is showing adequate resolution to resolve the fine structure of N2O gas spectral footprint. However, it appeared that the detection lim...

January 10, 2019

Radboud University has recently finished the characterization and performance verification of the new NIT camera for spectroscopy applications. “ We developed a lab-based spectroscopy system based on a supercontinuum light source from NKT, a multipass absorption cell,...

October 1, 2018

FLAIR project now has presence on Youtube! Watch our recently released documentary if you missed it. 

July 12, 2018

We are happy to release first movie about the project! Thanks to our great Consortium members for taking active part and participation in shooting: Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA), Tekever Autonomous Systems, NKT Photonics A/S, Ne...

July 10, 2018

Due to the high precision of the FLAIR sensor and its miniaturization/compactness requireme