Sensatek Propulsion Technology is a university spinout company that was formed to license patented technology that wirelessly detects extreme temperature, pressure, and strain.
Sensatek develops wireless sensors that measure firing temperature to help gas turbine engine operators save costs by extending maintenance intervals.
Sensatek was founded in 2015 by Reamonn L. Soto. The company is headquartered in Daytona Beach, Florida with an additional office in Tallahassee, Florida.
Sensatek's technology allows wireless monitoring of harsh environments inside application such as fuel cells, gas turbine engines, and rocket propulsion that is not currently available on the market.
Sensatek's sensors are composed of a polymer-derived, ceramic material that allows for temperature, pressure, and strain data collection of rotating equipment in harsh environments of over 1,200°C.
Sensatek uses micro-electromechanical (MEMs) based microwave circuits comprised of polymer derived ceramic materials to create wireless networks that measure surface temperatures in very high temperature environments.
Sensatek Propulsion is backed by Rhapsody Venture Partners, Cloquet Capital Partners, StarterStudio, VentureWell, and others. The company raised $2M from an equity investment on Oct 8, 2019.