Blog and Company News

IC² Launches All-New Form Factors for DirectShear™ Sensors

IC² has launched two all-new form factors for DirectShear Sensors in response to customer demand.   The Capacitive Sensor Units for DirectShear™ are now available in both a rack-mountable standalone unit and a CompactPCI® module. 

IC² Upgrades to Larger Facilities

IC² has recently moved its operations to a larger facility in order to accommodate the increase in personnel and expanding lab space requirements.

Former IC² Employee Ben Griffin Takes New Post as PM at DARPA

IC² is pleased to announce that a former IC² employee, Dr. Benjamin Griffin, is now currently serving as program manager in the Microsystems Technology Office (MTO) at DARPA.

DirectShear Sensors Used in Latest Research out of University of Florida

It’s official. Researchers are now directly measuring wall shear stress to help characterize turbulent boundary layers (University of Florida). Results were published in a recent Physical Review of Fluids journal paper (Pabon et al.),...

Alan Albritton joins IC² as Mechanical Engineer

IC² is excited to welcome Alan Albritton as a Mechanical Engineer on our development team.  Alan brings with him a strong background in mechanical design as well as hands-on skills in manufacturing of components and assemblies.  

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Jared Anderson joins IC² as Electrical Engineer

IC² is excited to welcome Jared Anderson, an electrical engineer, as the latest addition to the electronics development team.  Jared brings with him a strong background in conceiving and developing cutting-edge products for the audio industry. ...

IC² Welcomes Rachel Collins as Electrical Engineering Intern

IC² is pleased to announce our latest electrical engineering intern, Rachel Collins.  Rachel, who joined us this past summer, is supporting our electronics design team. Rachel's background in printed circuit board design and layout boosts our...

IC² Welcomes Philip Fournier as MEMS Fabrication Engineer

IC² is pleased to announce our most recent addition to the MEMS fabrication team, Philip Fournier.  Philip, who joined us this past summer, is our first dedicated fabrication process engineer. Philip's background in semiconductor processing...

IC² to Exhibit and Present at AIAA SciTech 2019

IC², a pioneer in the development of precision MEMS sensors for aerospace applications, will be exhibiting and presenting a technical paper at AIAA SciTech 2019 in San Diego, CA.  Billed as “the world’s largest event for aerospace research,...

IC² Wins Contract to Extend Shear Stress Sensing to Two Dimensions

IC², a pioneer in precision MEMS sensors for aerospace applications, announced today that NASA has awarded the company a new Phase I contract for the 2018 SBIR program.  Under this new contract, IC², in partnership with the University of Florida,