SENIS is silver sponsor of magnecko of ETH Zürich. This project is developing a legged robot capable of climbing any ferrous obstacle using Magnets as the method of adhesion.[…]
SENIS 3DHALL sensors make climbing inspection robots smarter and safer!
Adhesion Control Protects Inspection Robot Investment To optimize the control of magnetic grippers, it is important to measure both the direction and the strength of the total[…]
Invitation to IMEKO TC4 2023 conference
SENIS is co-organizer of the next International Measurement Conference IMEKO TC4 2023, that will be held during COILTECH Italy 2023 SENIS will organize a “Special Session 3”[…]
Prof. Radivoje S Popovic receives the UK Magnetics Society Lifetime Contribution Award 2021
Prof. Radivoje S Popovic receives the UK Magnetics Society Lifetime Contribution Award 2021 for his outstanding contribution to the field of magnetic sensing. His invention in[…]
For our new break-through sensor line we are globally hiring a Senior Mixed-Signal ASIC Designer.
As a global technology provider in the field of magnetic field sensors, current sensors, and measurement instrumentation, we develop, produce and supply high-quality products for[…]
SENIS’ Calibration Lab has been ISO17025:2017 certified. Only a few laboratories worldwide has certified calibration processes for magnetic fields up to 1.5T – and we are[…]
SENIS FAMAS is winner of the AMA Innovation award 2020!
We are proud to announce that SENIS FAMAS (Fast Magnetic Angle Sensor) is winner of this year’s AMA Innovation Award.
Nomination for the Award in the Lifetime achievement category of the European Inventor Award 2020
We are very proud that the Intellectual Property Office has nominate Professor Radivoje Popovic, the SENIS founder, president and CTO for the Award in the Lifetime achievement[…]
SENIS is a member of HITRI project team to be led by CERN
SENIS with its business entity in Serbia (Sentronis) became in 2019 an official industrial member of the HITRI project consortium led by CERN. The HITRI project is proposed within[…]
Energy Autonomous Wireless Smart and Low-Cost Current Sensor
Through this European project the consortium will develop an energy autonomous wireless smart and low-cost current sensor for remotely monitoring of electric lines in the context[…]