Real-time AI-assisted process control for printed and additive electronics

TRAQC monitors the fabrication of next-generation devices with high speed and precision, reducing costs and material waste to achieve sustainable high-volume operation.


TRAQC System

In-line printed electronics quality control solution

  • Features
  • Inline
  • Contactless
  • At production speed
  • Retrofittable
  • Characteristic detection
  • Conductivity
  • Ink spreading
  • Thickness
  • Compatible with
  • Screenprinting
  • Inkjet Printing
  • Flexography
  • Rotogravure


Mariia Zhuldybina


Mariia is a scientist and innovator with a background in photonics and electrical engineering who is fueled by creativity, curiosity, exploring new applications, and building solutions towards a livable future. She completed her PhD at École de Technologie Supérieure in 2021. Her research focuses on the design of resonant photonic structures for industrial quality control of printed electronics using terahertz radiation. She is passionate about bringing terahertz technology out of the lab and into the industrial sector.



We're pleased to announce that TRAQC has graduated from the Creative Destruction Lab: Supply Chain program! Thanks to all the CDL mentors who provided their fresh ideas and valuable experience. You all helped made this process a great success!


Thanks to the All Things Photonics Podcast from Photonics Spectra for the opportunity to speak about TRAQC, the current state of printed electronics, and terahertz technological progression! Go check out the episode on their website to learn more.


We're pleased to annouce that we've been accepted into Cycle Momentum's Origo incubation program. This program specifically focuses on helping cleantech companies quantify their sustainability impact and grow their business. Thanks for all the continued help Cycle Momentum!


TRAQC took home first prize at the SPIE Photonics West Startup Challenge! We're incredibly grateful to present on one of the biggest stages for early-stage photonics companies. This success will help us accelerate our pilot rollout and give us greater networking opportunities towards future collaboration within the exciting optics and photonics industries.

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