Traycer Diagnostics Systems develops and commercializes cost-effective, real-time, components and systems for the growing terahertz imaging market.
Traycer Systems develops and supplies terahertz (THz) imaging and spectrometry components, subsystems, and systems for custom THz research.
Traycer was founded in 2008 and is based in Columbus, Ohio.
Traycer has been exploiting the terahertz frequency spectrum for broad commercial applications with a patent-pending, breakthrough imaging capability that has resulted in the only THZ camera currently capable of reliable, cost-effective application development.
Traycer's products include THz engines for imaging applications; focal plane arrays for use in silicon optics; readout integrated circuits that provide real-time imaging; and broadband quasioptical detectors for use in general optical and terahertz research environments.
Traycer delivers significantly improved detection and accuracy characteristics that allow users to capture more critical information, thereby moving imaging capability from simple detection to diagnosis and complete analysis.
Traycer is backed by Ohio TechAngels Fund, Silicon Valley Social Venture Capital, & Rev1 Ventures.