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Distinguished Partners

Complementing our capabilities with our key partners, we are able to succeed and be able to provide the most appropriate innovations to our systems and software.
The commercial success and the sustained recognition of Sensofar have been partly possible thanks to the close collaboration it has maintained with relevant research groups, prestigious universities and important clusters & memberships.


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The CCAT (Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology) is a premier manufacturing technology provider equipped with the most advanced assets to support its core focus areas: advanced design, automation, metrology, and additive/hybrid manufacturing of materials (metals, polymers, and fiber-reinforced composites). As a 501c3 organization, CCAT collaborates with large and small technology companies across multiple industries, including Fortune 500 corporations, industrial supply chain companies, federal and state entities, and academia to deliver technical solutions to complex challenges.

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The CD6 (Centre for development of sensors, instruments and systems) is a technological innovation center established in 1997 with the aim of fostering the R+D activities in the field of Optical Engineering developed in the Terrassa Campus of the Technical University of Catalonia. The collaboration with CD6 & UPC has been maintained over time resulting in 13 collaboration agreements, and the generation of two patent families. We are also collaborating as teachers within the master’s degree of photonics taught by the university.

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As a university of science and technology, ETH Zürich (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich) is committed to the study of a diverse range of subjects, which allows knowledge to be shared and combined in original and future-oriented ways. The sixteen departments cover a broad academic spectrum, while all kinds of strategic initiatives, competence centres and networks encourage cross-disciplinary cooperation.

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GF (Georg Fischer Ltd) – with its three divisions GF Piping Systems, GF Casting Solutions, and GF Machining Solutions – offers products and solutions that enable the safe transport of liquids and gases, as well as lightweight casting components and high-precision manufacturing technologies. As a sustainability and innovation leader, GF strives to achieve profitable growth while offering superior value to its customers for more than 200 years. Founded in 1802, the Corporation is headquartered in Switzerland and present in 34 countries with 139 companies, 61 of which are production facilities. GF’s 15’111 employees worldwide generated sales of CHF 3’722 million in 2021.

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The MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is a private research university located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. MIT is devoted to the advancement of knowledge and education of students in areas that contribute to or prosper in an environment of science and technology.

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Newlab launched in 2016 – its flagship location in the Brooklyn Navy Yard dates back to 1902. Newlab’s goal in creating its space was to return the building to its entrepreneurial and innovative core. It is the meeting point of over 800 entrepreneurs, engineers, investors, and inventors. Newlab aims to solve the world’s biggest challenges by bringing our community of members together with leaders and experts across industries and cities.

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PTB (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) is the National Metrology Institute of Germany with scientific and technical service tasks. PTB measures with the highest accuracy and reliability – metrology as the core competence. PTB stands for progress and reliability in metrology for the benefit of society, trade and industry, and science. Sensofar maintains close collaboration with PTB providing systems and developing technology for the traceability and design of new metrology standards.
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Stanford University

Stanford University today comprises seven schools and 18 interdisciplinary institutes with more than 16,000 students, 2,100 faculty and 1,800 postdoctoral scholars. Stanford is an international institution, enrolling students from all 50 U.S. states and 91 other countries. One of the world’s leading research and teaching institutions. Catalyzing discovery, accelerating solutions, and sustaining life on Earth.


The Manufacturing Metrology Team conducts foundational research to enable the next generation of offline and online metrology tools for advanced manufacturing methods, including precision manufacturing, additive manufacturing, and manufacturing with high dynamic range. The team investigates the specification of metrological properties of confocal microscopy for measuring additive manufacturing technologies. Sensofar also maintains a long-term relationship with Professor Richard Leach to carry out doctoral theses and write books on optical metrology.



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We are working closely together to innovate future technologies alongside industry and academia. Both the MTC and Sensofar are interested in pursuing leading edge metrology solutions through collaborations in advanced manufacturing projects for the industry in the UK.


Advance the arts, sciences and technology of precision engineering, micro-engineering and nanotechnology. Euspen is an influential community linking industrialists, researchers, respected authorities, new and established players worldwide.


EPIC is the industry association that promotes the sustainable development of organizations working in the field of photonics in Europe. As member of the EPIC consortium since 2015, it has participated in its technology events and providing network within the photonics industry across Europe.


A group of companies and R&D centers work to improve the competitiveness of optics and photonics in the Spanish sector. Through collaborative R&D projects, commercialization and internationalization activities and networking activities between cluster members and third parties, this membership has given international visibility to our company.