Fluidion SAS

Fluidion SAS

Fluidion SAS

fluidion was born out of a patented technological innovation allowing the deployment of metrological capsules that are capable to perform intelligent actions such as sample acquisition and measurements at precise moments, with no (or very little) electrical consumption, and with excellent resistance to hostile environments. fluidion was founded by scientists, engineers and industry professionals, bringing together an international team of motivated individuals with complementary skills and multidisciplinary experience. Accustomed to operating in global markets, the team brings strong industry expertise in microtechnology, measurement systems development and product commercialization. We want to provide tools for the detection of pathogens, toxins, and monitoring of the environment, to improve public health and allow the preservation of ecosystems.

Company details

Bio&D, Et. 1 C.C-ial Echat 94, Avenue du Général de Gaulle , Créteil , 94000 France
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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Meteorological Monitoring
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Corporate vision

fluidionaims to develop systems for sampling and analysis of water for a number of different markets: water quality in low pressure conditions (rivers, ponds, lakes, coastal waters), and monitoring in deep water (oceanography).

fluidion pursues a strong R&D program in multiple market areas, to target both national and international development, collaborations and market growth.

fluidion is an innovative high-technology company providing autonomous in-situ sampling and measurement solutions for environmental monitoring and water quality applications: sample collection, chemical measurements, microbiological analysis. fluidion addresses the pollution monitoring and water quality markets, from the urban setting (drinking water, rain water and wastewater) to the natural environment (beach monitoring, stormwater, lakes, rivers, coastal waters and ocean waters), to large industrial sites (chemical facilities, ports, ...).