Somalytics’  SomaCap Sensor Honored by CES Innovation Awards

New powerful, CNT-based paper composite capacitive sensor recognized for groundbreaking advancements in embedded technology

SEATTLE, Nov. 16, 2022 The Consumer Technology Association today recognized Seattle-area technology pioneer Somalytics Inc. as a 2023 CES Innovation Awards honoree in the Embedded Technology category for SomaCap — a groundbreaking new type of capacitive sensor. Somalytics is advancing the human experience with the Internet of Things through revolutionary new sensors that dramatically enhance natural interaction with and control of the digital world.

  • New product unveiling! Somalytics will introduce an exciting new wearable wellness product that uses eye tracking to improve your health at CES Unveiled on Jan. 3.
  • Visit Somalytics during CES 2023 Jan. 5-8: Las Vegas Convention Center Central Hall, booth No. 18490.

Somalytics named finalist in Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas Awards for world’s smallest nano-based capacitive sensor

Seattle start-up garners national recognition as top technology business on the rise  

SEATTLE, May 3, 2022 — Seattle-based nanotechnology innovator Somalytics Inc. was named a finalist today in Fast Company’s 6th annual World Changing Ideas Awards in the On the Rise category. The awards program honors innovative initiatives that make the world better. Somalytics has introduced the world’s smallest nano-based capacitive sensor that can ‘feel’ human presence. The patent-pending carbon nanotube paper composite (CPC™) capacitive sensors will revolutionize human-machine interfaces, wellness monitoring and safety applications. Somalytics’ eye, gesture, touch and fluid monitoring sensors bring transformative innovations to eye tracking, consumer electronics, the Internet of Things, health and wellness, and transportation.

Somalytics  closes seed funding round, attracts additional investors

Mass manufacturing of unique miniature paper sensors expected by end of year

SEATTLE, Aug. 30, 2022 — Tech innovator Somalytics Inc. today announced it has received seed funding of $1.9 million to launch mass production of its award-winning new sensor. Made of a paper composite, it is the world’s smallest nano-based capacitive sensor. The funding was led by hard science investment firm IP Group Inc. with support from WRF Capital. IP Group provided the initial investment for Somalytics that helped launch the company last year out of CoMotion, University of Washington’s collaborative innovation hub.

Somalytics readies for growth, signs lease for headquarters in Seattle

Nanotechnology start-up prepares to launch mass manufacturing of unique sensors

SEATTLE, Aug. 4, 2022 — A rising star in the Seattle tech scene, nanotechnology innovator Somalytics Inc., announced today it has signed a lease for a new office in Redmond, which will be its global headquarters and manufacturing facility for producing the world’s smallest nano-based capacitive sensor. The company’s new address is 2525 152nd Ave. NE, Redmond, Washington 98052.

CES 2022: Somalytics to unveil products powered by world’s smallest nano-based capacitive sensor in huge breakthrough for industry

New 1mm paper sensor ‘feels’ human presence, creating new genre of gesture-based digital interfaces, wellness monitoring and safety applications

SEATTLE and LAS VEGAS, Dec. 29, 2021 — At CES 2022, one of the biggest breakthroughs in consumer technology this decade will be unveiled to the public by nanotechnology innovator Somalytics Inc. The company will introduce two remarkable products that “feel” human presence through Somalytics’ unique, miniature carbon-nanotube paper composite (CPC™) capacitive sensors: the SomaControl™ gesture monitor and the SomaSense™ 3D floor mat. Somalytics will be in booth #513 at Unveiled Las Vegas on Jan. 3 and in the company’s CES Central Hall booth #15879 at the Las Vegas Convention Center Jan. 5-8…

IP Group, Inc. partners with University of Washington CoMotion to launch nanotechnology innovator Somalytics, appoints eye-tracking industry leader Barbara Barclay as CEO

Start-up focusing on mass production of virtually invisible, highly sensitive, paper sensors aims to transform human experience with digital world

SEATTLE, Nov. 16, 2021 IP Group Inc. and CoMotion at the University of Washington today announced the launch of nanotechnology startup Somalytics Inc., which is promising to bring better “sense” to the digital world. The new company is focused on developing and mass producing a first-of-its-kind miniature, paper carbon nanotube capacitive sensor that is flexible and highly sensitive to the human body, enabling new consumer and industrial applications. Somalytics’ skin, eye and gesture monitoring sensors, which are being made in the U.S., will change the world by improving the human experience through innovations in areas such as consumer electronics, the Internet of Things, transportation, and health and wellness…

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