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Kenth Johansson and Sara Lindahl, Adopticum.

Will be sharper in optical metrology

2016-09-28  A grant of SEK 11 million will help companies in the north of Sweden to be even sharper in optical metrology.

The Adopticum Foundation is behind the project, which has close links to ProcessIT Innovations. The Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth granted SEK 11 million for the Optical Measurement Techniques for Innovative Trade and Industry project in 2015. The project is run by the Adopticum Foundation, which has offices in Skellefteå and Umeå.

”Our goal is that products and services which are a direct result of the project should be on the market during the life of the project,” says Adopticum’s CEO Kenth Johansson.

Practical products 3D cameras, tablets for industrial environments, optical sensors and metrology are examples of activities within the Adopticum Foundation. The new project will be led by Sara Lindahl at Adopticum.

”The plan is to work across industries and involve participants from many types of businesses. We hope that this will lead to breakthrough ideas and solutions,” says Sara Lindahl.