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Phlux Technology Secures £4m in Seed Funding to Bring High Performance LIDAR Sensors to the Mass Market
Sheffield, December 7th 2022 Phlux Technology, the designer of high-performance infrared sensors, has secured £4 million in seed funding from leading deep tech investors. The round was led by Octopus Ventures and included Northern Gritstone, the Foresight Williams Technology Funds and the Innovation Fund, as well as receiving funding from Innovate UK. A spin-out of […]
Year in industry – Ben Sheridan joins Phlux
We are delighted that Ben Sheridan has joined Phlux Technology as an Electronic Engineer for his year in industry placement.Ben is currently studying for an undergraduate degree in Electronic Engineering at The University of Sheffield. With a background in analogue circuit design, Ben will be supporting our AIR SPAD project researching single photon detection modules for use in LIDAR […]
First glimpse of Phlux’s low noise sensors for LIDAR at Photonics West 2022
What will next generation of light sensors for #lidar look like? Xiao Collins will be unveiling the first glimpse of Phlux Technology‘s ultra low noise Avalanche Photodiodes for LIDAR at Photonics West in January 2022. Xiao’s presentation and conference publication can be found here. Contact us for more details.