Though invisible to the eye, magnetic fields permeate the world around us. These fields pass unaffected through most objects, such as water, rock, walls, and the human body, which allows us to look through many objects, opaque to light. At FieldLine we are building sensors systems that image these fields with higher precision than has ever been done. But, we go beyond simply measuring these fields. We are implementing sophisticated algorithms based on AI and machine learning to extract meaningful information. The information generated by our systems can be used in a variety of applications:
- Passive imaging of brain function
- Security applications
- Non-destructive testing of structures and infrastructure
- Brain computer interfaces
One of the exciting applications is the next-generation of magnetoencephalography (MEG), a non-invasive brain imaging technology. Through highly sensitive uncooled miniature magnetic field sensors, MEG can advance from static cryogenically-cooled systems to lightweight conformal helmets, to clearer images, and novel studies through the patients that can move freely. With cost-sensitive sensor technology, we envision the day where an MEG system is available in every major hospital.
Magnetic Imaging Systems with small, low-power highly sensitive magnetic field sensors can enable new solutions to problems in biomedical imaging, nondestructive testing, nuclear magnetic resonance, navigation, communication, and surveillance.
We are building high-performance magnetometer systems. We let our technology speak for itself. Please contact us, if you want to find out more about the exciting things we are doing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the Team
All around nice guy with a serious dislike of spiders. Also knows a bit about magnetometers.
Has a new hobby every week and seems to like atoms.
If you can’t find her in the cleanroom miniaturizing things, she is probably in the canyons of Utah.