The TRAQC system monitors the fabrication of next-generation devices with high speed and precision, reducing costs so that novel electronics innovation can happen as fast as possible.
TRAQC MODEL I
In-line printed electronics quality control system
Mariia completed her B.Sc. and M.Sc in applied physics in Russia before moving to Montreal to pursue her PhD at ETS, which she successfully defended in 2021. Her research focuses on the design of resonant photonic structures for industrial quality control, and she is passionate about bringing terahertz technology out of the lab and into the industrial sector.
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.
Our CEO Mariia was a chosen speaker at this year's Winter Innovations Festival, hosted by TechBlick! TechBlick's events are always a great place to see new advancements in printed and additive electronics, and we enjoyed reconnecting with some familiar faces. Stay tuned for future events where we will present the results of our commercial pilots!
TRAQC recently placed first in Innovobot's demo day, giving us access to 100 hours of contract work with their staff engineers and business developers. Thanks Innovobot for the opportunity, and we're excited to begin working with your team to bring the TRAQC system to our pilot partners!
The new hardware components at the heart of the commercial version of TRAQC are on their way! We've put a lot of work into reducing the size and cost of the system without sacrificing measurement speed or accuracy. Thanks to Eravant for all their help in helping us to select the best tools for the job!