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

by Steve Horowitz on Jun 3, 2019 12:35:57 PM

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...

DirectShear™ Sensors Now Offered at Lowest Prices Ever

by Steve Horowitz on Mar 1, 2019 11:42:25 AM

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

by Steve Horowitz on Jan 31, 2019 10:46:46 AM

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 Wins Contract to Extend Shear Stress Sensing to Two Dimensions

by Steve Horowitz on Sep 6, 2018 8:52:38 AM

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, 

IC2 Wins Air Force P2 – Ultra-High Temp Optical Shear Stress Sensors

by Steve Horowitz on Jun 1, 2016 6:12:00 AM

IC2, a pioneer in the development of micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) based sensors for aerospace applications, today announced that the Air Force has awarded the company a new Phase II STTR contract to continue development work on a...

IC2 Successfully Concludes NASA Phase II Contract – MEMS Skin Friction Sensor

by Steve Horowitz on May 14, 2015 2:28:00 AM

IC2, a pioneer in the development of micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) based sensors for aerodynamics and aeroacoustics today announced the successful completion of a Phase II SBIR contract from NASA.  The technology developed under this...