Blog and Company News

AIAA Aviation 19 Day 1

Engineers, Scientists, and Model Airplanes Galore! Day 1 at AIAA Aviation was a great success as IC2 engineers David Mills and myself (Jared Anderson) displayed DirectShear and our other product lines in the Expo Hall (booth 509 by The Hub). 

Come Join our Team!  IC2 is Hiring for 3 New Open Positions

IC2 is currently looking for highly qualified candidates to fill 3 new full-time positions. 

IC2 is a fast-growing sensor technology company, headquartered in...

IC2 Selected for 2nd Contract to Extend Shear Stress Sensing to Two Dimensions

IC2 announced today that NASA has selected the company for a new Phase 2 contract from the 2018 SBIR program, accelerating critical R&D into two-dimensional shear-stress sensing.  Under this new two-year contract, IC2, in partnership with the...

Rachel Collins Promoted From Intern to Full Time

Rachel has been with IC2 since last August as an intern, and after her graduation from the University of Florida earlier this month, we are proud to announce that Rachel has promoted to a full-time role as an Electrical Engineer. Rachel has...

IC2 to Exhibit and Present at AIAA Aviation 2019

IC2, a pioneer in the development of precision MEMS sensors for aerospace applications, will be exhibiting with a booth and presenting a technical paper at AIAA Aviation 2019 in Dallas, TX.  The technical program for the 2019 AIAA Aviation and...

IC2's Academic Pricing Aims to Enhance University Research

Founded in academic research, IC2 fully understands the needs and constraints of collegiate programs: and it's pricing reflects that idea. To best serve those pushing the technological envelope, IC2 offers an academic discount on the entirety of...

DirectShear™ Sensors Now Offered at Lowest Prices Ever

DirectShear™ Sensors, the first and only microsensors to directly measure shear stress, are now available at an all-time low price.   With the product line now well established, and the recent launch of two all-new form factors, IC2 is now able...

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.