The creation of laboratory instruments requires tremendous innovative power, expert know-how and integrality. With these capabilities Sioux Technologies supports OEMs in their development and industrialization processes.
The worldwide demand for cell and material research is increasing. The demands on laboratory instruments and their applications are therefore higher and higher. This has consequences for the complexity of the technology. Sensor fusion - combining several measurement principles such as ultrasonic with spectral and electron with rapid probe - provides more insight into the intended analysis. Workflows are highly automated to increase the output of the instruments. Equipment is more and more used to collect, process and analyse large quantities of data to generate new information and insights. In addition, instruments leave the lab to perform single tasks as an integral part of high-output process installations. Because of all these developments the creation of contemporary analysis equipment requires tremendous innovative strength. Sioux has all the necessary disciplines in house for this challenging job.
Sioux has an impressive track record in the field of optometry, accurate positioning, signal processing and the design of total solutions. Where physical limits are encountered because nanometre measurements are required and movements are made in submicrometers, our embedded software expertise offers a solution. With a wide range of mathematical expertise such as machine learning, data science and imaging analysis, our mathware engineers make groundbreaking applications possible. It is in the synergy of all these qualities within our development and manufacturing companies that Sioux takes responsibility for the integral development, industrialization and construction of complete modules and machines according to the first time right principle.
'There is a sense of ownership at Sioux and we work together on all levels and fronts.'
Brit Meier, VP R&D at Thermo Fisher Scientific