We didn’t set out to analyze blood non-ivasively – we wanted to innovate. It took us 9 years to create and patent the Brolis Sensor. To tackle non-invasive sensing challenge, we created technology that didn't exist before.
We created a unique microchip laser sensor technology which tracks your blood data. Real time. Continuously. Non-invasively.
Brolis’ integrated sensor is based on swept-wavelength infrared laser absorption spectroscopy. Each molecule has a unique absorption spectrum due to its various rotational-vibrational movements. This unique absorption spectrum can be used as a fingerprint for species and concentration identification.
A small portable swept-wavelength laser shines into tissue with capillary network.
Laser light interacts with target molecules.
Brolis AI driven sensor collects data and provides real time analysis and insights on health and fitness.
Affordable due to scalable nature of semiconductor nanotechnology.
Compatible with any handheld or wearable device platform.
Never-before-seen laser-based technology platform for health and fitness, agriculture, bio, environmental and industrial sensing.
Brolis technology protected with more than 35 patents worldwide.
Technology platform access to molecule-specific -CH, -OH, -NH ro-vibrational combination bands and is based on a self-calibrated, ultra-widely swept laser spectrometer on chip.
Brolis sensor enables continuous, non-invasive, direct tracking of critical metabolites like lactates. Lactate is the signal molecule which most accurately indicates your aerobic capacity. While other wearable manufacturers struggle to estimate your lactate threshold through unreliable algorithms, Brolis provides the accuracy of a blood analyzer non-invasively. This will be a paradigm change in wearable technology.
Brolis sensor enables individual in-line tracking of milk constituents in dairy farms for herd health management and milk quality control. Brolis sensor tracks: fats, proteins, lactose, blood and somatic cell count.
Brolis sensor enables both in-vitro and in-vivo tracking of lactates, urea, ethanol, ketones, glucose. Due to its compatibility it is can be easily integrated into multitude of medical devices.
Brolis spectroscopic sensing opens new opportunities into efficient waste management, plastic sorting, environmental gas sensing.
Brolis sensor enables in line sensing of ethanol and other alcohol molecules, sugars, fermentation process monitoring and possibly much more.