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Sensitronics develop pressure sensors based on force sensitive resistor (FSR) materials, which are produced by contract screen printing companies around the world.
4 Apr 2023

Smart Packaging 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
24 Nov 2022


Sensitronics is a long established developer of pressure sensors based on a force sensitive resistor material. IDTechEx caught up with CEO Franklin Eventoff to find out more about the latest 'low-drift FSR' product.
17 Nov 2022

Conductive Ink Market 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report:
12 Mar 2021

Printed and Flexible Electronics for Automotive Applications 2021-2031: Technologies and Markets

IDTechEx Report: Dr James Edmondson and Raghu Das
27 Aug 2020

Bare Conductive

Sensitronics offers large area (even by the roll) piezoresistive sensors that are also very affordable. These could compete for similar markets such as sensing in floors.
10 Jul 2020

Sensors 2021-2041

IDTechEx Report:
24 Apr 2020


Sensitronics produces pressure sensors based on force sensing resistor (FSR) technology. They are unique among their competitors in that they recently started to offer customizable force sensing resistor material by the foot.
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3 Apr 2020

Flexible Electronics in Healthcare 2020-2030

IDTechEx Report: Dr Nadia Tsao and Raghu Das
17 Jan 2019

Resistive force sensor technology

Sensitronics is a leading provider of electronic force sensor technology.
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2 Feb 2016

Tangio Printed Electronics

The company which kick-started Tangio's endeavors in FSR, Sensitronics is one of the key companies in the space for force sensing, founded by Eventoff in 2001
4 Mar 2015

Piezoresistive Sensors - Part 3 of 3

This final article in the three part series looks at emerging technologies in relation to piezoresistive sensors. It covers quantum tunnelling composite (QTC), interpolation for large area sensing, piezoresistive textiles and artificial skin.
24 Feb 2015

Piezoresistive Sensors - Part 2 of 3

The second installment of this piezoresistive sensor series covers applications and markets. The third and final article will discuss the emerging technologies in this area.
16 Dec 2013

The future of printed piezoresistive sensors

Sensing is an increasingly important application in printed electronics, partly because printed sensors can enable new ways to interact with machines and smart devices. In this article, IDTechEx takes a closer look at a well-established printed sensor technology: printed piezoresistive sensors.
1 Sep 2013

Tactonic Technologies

Sensitronics has developed a large sensor array which they say is low-cost
30 Aug 2013


Sensitronics is one of several companies making force sensing resistors. These sensors can be used for such applications as computer input devices, musical instruments, interactive toys, robotics fingertips, automotive, sports, or medical applications. Sensitronics is based on a licensing model. The company transfers the knowledge to licensed factories around the world where the sensors are produced. Sensitronics have recently designed new variants of their force sensors to better target specific applications.
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30 Aug 2013

Tekscan Inc

Another manufacturer of force sensing resistor (using a licensing model)
8 Jul 2013

Printed sensors: an overview

There is an increasingly greater need for a wide choice of sensors to make objects smarter, safer and more responsive. Printing is the natural way to process wet inks and pastes, and it is therefore no surprise that printing has been used to make sensors for years. But there are new materials appearing, taking advantage of the progress that have been enabled by printed electronics. The article gives an overview of what is currently happening in the field of printed sensors. In particular, we will overview main trends in commercialising printed glucose sensors, force and pressure sensors, image and light sensors, gas sensors and temperature sensors. We will highlight key companies commercialising each printed sensor type.
8 Jul 2013

Interlink Electronics