Strike’s proprietary approach is based on Raman spectroscopy combined with semiconductor manufacturing scale and efficiency.
Our initial phase of production is focused on breakthrough pathogen detection, screening and monitoring. In a world plagued by a life-altering pandemic, Strike is leading the charge to a safer and healthier future.
Strike Photonics chips paired with our testing platform revolutionize life-saving detection and response times, and can rapidly address:
Raman spectroscopy — C.V. Raman awarded the 1930 Nobel Prize for work with Raman spectroscopy
Non-destructive analytical technique based upon interaction of light with matter; provides information on chemical composition.
Established analytical technique but limited in by large, heavy lab equipment in controlled processing environments; not designed for point-of test/care.
BioTech analyzer miniaturizes the sampling framework of Raman spectroscopy into a small integrated photonic chip that can be positioned on a test card and inserted into a portable docking station.
Cooperating components yield highly accurate results for multiple bio-diagnostic applications.
Accuracy of Raman spectroscopy is now available in an economical, easy-to-use format.
Strike Photonics is introducing a paradigm shift for U.S. Military communications, stealth and anti-EMP equipment. Strike’s photonic chips offer substantial improvements to:
Current roadmaps require increases in circuit level complexity and number of components. A single handset, may require 8 to 15+ chips to be integrated on a board with complex RF interconnects.
Strike’s photonic integrated circuit technology increases performance and security, reduces chip count and integration complexity, all while lowering cost.
For best connection, users must be in proximity to 5G infrastructure
5G waves don’t travel as far as previous cellular generations
Carriers have limited 5G deployment to urban vs. rural areas
In building services on top of 5G, need new security models
5G communications systems embody required levels of performance that even evolving traditional electronic components cannot meet.