Spectroscopy and the Internet of Things

For many years, Spectroscopy has been a technology used for biochemical analysis, but was – until now – too costly, taking too much space and, therefore, not adapted to be used by the general public.
Today, the miniaturization of these technologies allows us to consider particularly innovative use in both consumer and industrial markets.
Thanks to their small size and affordable production cost, these new sensors became objects that can be connected to the Internet or to companies’ networks.
These sensors can easily send data about the observed matter. GreenTropism solutions allow the treatment of the data to a high degree of accuracy, efficiently analysing the matter and instantly producing results about the composition or the transformation of the observed product.