Senseair AB (SA)

Senseair is a centre of excellence for all kinds of cost efficient IR gas measurements with strong focus on research. With 25 years’ experience, SenseAir is the world leading developer and manufacturer of low-cost maintenance-free carbon dioxide sensors based on infrared gas measurement technology, where air quality monitoring are important markets. Senseair´s Quality Management System is certified with ISO 9001: 2008 and the Environmental Management System is certified with ISO 14001:2004. Senseair has today sales & technical support offices in Sweden, China and the USA. The  head office is located in Delsbo, Sweden, where production, quality control, development and research is carried out, currently by 110 employees.

The research department at Senseair has spent a large effort the last few years in development of high- performance, yet low-cost, gas sensors with great success. These sensors have already been appreciated by the research community, since they can replace advanced laboratory instruments at a far lower cost in many applications. SenseAir holds a great number of patents relating to its proprietary measurement technique.

Main tasks in FLAIR

Contribution to WP4 (Sensor Subsystems Development and Integration): Within this project Senseair intends to adopt its existing high performance sensor multipass absorption cell technology for exhale air measurement of molecular species with sub ppm sensitivity. Emphasis will be taken to integrate a high-performance multi pass cell into the total optical and gas sampling systems, in order to achieve a stable and rugged design solution that results in a user friendly device. The optical cell prototype will be designed with low-cost series production in mind, open the way for a possible future product as a subsequent result of this project.

Team members

Hans Martin

PMC member

Dissemination and Exploration manager




+46 653 71 77 76

Stationsgatan 12, Box 96, 820 60 Delsbo


Sri Iyer

WP 2


Alina Misyura

WP 7


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