HiperScan GmbH was founded in 2006 as a spin-off of the Dresdner Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS). The innovative scanning grating technology developed at the IPMS forms the basis for the near-infrared (NIR) spectrometer developed by HiperScan. The analytical systems make it possible to significantly reduce investment costs to make NIR-analytics affordable even to small companies. Today, the company HiperScan stands for high-quality technologies to quickly analyse nutrition facts of processed meat and fish and to reliably qualify pharmaceutical raw materials. So, the product Apo-Ident has been tailored for the safe and easy identification of compounding substances in pharmacies.
Successful exit for High-Tech Gründerfonds: Fagron acquires HiperScan
High-Tech Gründerfonds invested in technology company HiperScan, a spin-off of the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, shortly after its founding in 2008Dresden-based HiperScan has established itself as the market leader for raw material identification in German pharmaciesBecoming part of Fagron will help accelerate the international establishment of HiperScan's technology and promote the adoption of personalized medicine Bonn, 27 April 2022 – Fagron, a leading global c
HiperScan expands core business operations
The specialist known by pharmacists for near-infrared spectroscopy has acquired a new investor to finance the planned internationalisation of its operations The technology used by HiperScan is ideal for the rapid, cost-efficient identification of substances and substance mixtures. The Dresdner start-up company has successfully sold over 400 of its “Apo-Ident” near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopes to German pharmacies. They value the unit as it offers a quick and simple method for performi
HiperScan GmbH sets new standards in near infrared spectroscopy (NIR) analytic.
A revolution in the near infrared spectroscopy (NIR) is done by the implementation of an innovative micro scanner technology. This new technology is based on a microchip which deflects light in a reproducible manner. The already field tested and forward-looking base technology enables the fabrication of rather small, extremely rugged and very fast near-infrared spectrometers. This allows new analytical processes in food- and process analytics and quality control. As well the identification of
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23. Oct 2008
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