WiSys Technologies

10 WiSys Technologies in "Diagnostic Assays" or "Clean Technology"

Field Portable Smartphone Device for Water Quality Monitoring

WiSys is seeking strategic partners interested in further developing this portable water quality measuring technology for application-specific or broader based commercialization.

Device to Monitor Airborne Silica for Enhanced Occupational Safety

WiSys is seeking strategic partners for field testing of this novel device, as well as for development for mass manufacturing, followed by marketing, sales, and distribution.

Reusable Enzyme-Free Glucose Sensor Offers Greater Stability, Longer Shelf-Life and Easier Fabrication

WiSys is currently seeking a strategic partner interested in further developing this non-enzymatic glucose sensor technology, ultimately providing a route to market for its commercialization. 

Integrated Microgrid Energy Management System with Proactive and Comprehensive Control

WiSys is currently seeking a strategic partner in the power monitoring and control industry that is interested in further developing this innovative energy grid management system, ultimately providing a route to market for its commercialization.

Industrial Furnace and Oven Design Featuring Flameless Combustion and Impingement Flow to Provide Increased Efficiency, Reduced Emissions and Intensified Heat Transfer

WiSys is currently seeking a strategic partner interested in further developing and scaling this innovative furnace system, ultimately providing a route to market for its commercialization.

Organic Polymers with Ultra-Small Pores for Carbon Dioxide Separation, Capture, and Conversion

WiSys is seeking a strategic partner that operates in the field of carbon capture who is interested in accessing WiSys’ novel organic polymers with ultra-small pores for use in the sequestration and/or utilization of carbon dioxide from gas mixtures.  WiSys is also seeking a partner to assist in the continued development of membranes that incorporate the novel organic polymers.   

Colorimetric Presumptive Illicit Drug Detection

UW-Platteville researchers have developed a novel and rapid means of detecting multiple classes of illicit drugs, including synthetic cathinones, cannabinoids and cocaine.