Energy and aviation engine operators face costly maintenance issues and downtime because current monitoring practices are unreliable at high temperatures. Sensatek developed a wireless monitoring system that can withstand engines’ high combustion temperatures, providing near-real-time, accurate, and actionable data that can increase efficiencies and the life of engine parts. The team from Embry Riddle University participated in the National Science Foundation I-Corps program in 2017 and 2018, the E-Team program in 2017 and 2018, ASPIRE for CleanTech and Sustainability Startups in 2017, and OPEN Minds in 2018. VentureWell invested in March 2019 in the seed round led by Rhapsody Venture Partners.

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