Focusing on the sensor field
Suzhou NanoGrid Technology Co., Ltd.(NGT) is a company that focuses on the development of nano-flexible manufacturing and printed electronics technologies and their related products. NGT was founded in January 2011 by Dr. Zheng Cui who worked in the UK for 20 years, first at Cambridge University then at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory as a principal scientist and a group leader. In September 2009, Dr. Cui returned to China and joined the Suzhou Institute of Nanotech, Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he setup the Printable Electronics Research Center (PERC) which was the first and is now the leading research center in China in the area of printed electronics R&D.
Accumulated patents in sensor field
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Hydrogen energy is the key field for the future development of new energy in China. In recent years, the country has begun to deploy the development and utilization of hydrogen energy, and major domestic automobile enterprises have carried out the research and development of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.
At the "National Disruptive Technology Innovation Competition" held in Qingdao on December 28-30, 2021, NanoGrid's "highly sensitive hydrogen sensor for vehicle specifications" won the prize.
In 2017, NanoGrid Technology began to develop domestic hydrogen sensors under the entrustment of a well-known domestic automobile enterprise. After more than two years of efforts, the company has invented a new process that integrates printing electronic technology and MEMS processing, and developed a new domestic hydrogen sensor with independent intellectual property rights by using non vacuum printing preparation and 1000 ℃ high-temperature sintering process. According to the most authoritative standard "SAE J3089 Character of On Board Vehicular Hydrogen Sensors" for hydrogen sensors at the current vehicle regulation level, the hydrogen sensors produced in batch by the company passed all the rigorous vehicle regulation standard tests and vehicle EMC tests of an automobile group in the first half of 2020.