To be a Pioneer in MEMS Sensor Fabrication and Product R&D.
Disruptive MEMS Sensor Technologies & Products.
To bring about a MEMS Sensor Revolution
through our Innovative Product Design and Smart Electronics.
NanoSniff Technologies is a MEMS Fabrication and Product R&D organization incubated at Society for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SINE) in Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. NanoSniff is a commercial spin-off from the Center of Excellence in Nanoelectronics (CEN) at IIT Bombay and was formed to productize various technologies developed as a part of research work conducted at CEN. NanoSniff is the first Indian company to successfully commercialize to microcantilever and microheater sensor technologies and sell these devices off-the-shelf.
NanoSniff is mentored by Prof. Ramgopal Rao and Prof. Soumyo Mukherji. The Chief Technology Officer of NanoSniff isDr. Nitin Kale, Ph.D. in MEMS fabrication and their applications. He also heads the Micro/ Nano Fabrication activity forNanoSniff at IIT Bombay. Serial entrepreneur and IIT Delhi alumnus, Mr. Kapil Bardeja, is the Chief Executive Officer. He has co-founded technology start-ups in the past and specializes in academia–industry interaction and technology transfer.
A U College of Engineering
This is to state that Department of Instrument Technology at Andhra University has procured Omnicant and Microcantilevers from
NanoSniff Technologies Pvt. Ltd. for the DST project titled "Design and Development of MEMS cantilever sensors using Deflection technique".
We are using Omnicant and Microcantilevers for research and education purpose at our institute. From the initial testing,
we have found the sensor and the instrument to be of very high quality in terms of performance.We have found their pre-sales discussions about
the product and the technology, and their post-sales service to be helpful and satisfactory.
Dr.D.V.Rama Koti Reddy
Dept. of Instrumentation Engineering
A U College of Engineering, (Autonomous)
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
This is to state that my research group at Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research has procured Microheaters and Microcantilevers from NanoSniff Technologies Pvt. Ltd. for a project on micromechanical thermogravimetric analysis. Currently we are building up equipment to read out the Microheaters and Microcantilevers.We have found their pre-sales discussions about the product and the technology, and their post-sales service to be helpful and highly satisfactory.
-Dr. Rüdiger Berger
Project Leader, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research