About Us

Sensobright Industries LLC is a US-based high-tech R&D company which holds 5 USPTO granted patents (US9030653B1; US10359329B2; US10642423B2; US10677673B2; US10795507B2) and 90+ international patents on tactile sensing technology. Sensobright Industries LLC employs two mechanical engineers with Ph.D., a mechatronics engineer, a materials engineer, an IT expert and two US veterans. Sensobright Industries has been established in 2020 in Portland inside the silicone forest area and has made over $1.5M investment in USA in 2020 and still continuing to invest in despite of the COVID-19 crisis.

Sensobright Industries LLC is owned by Assoc. Prof. Utku Buyuksahin*, Ph.D. and KOC Holding**. (*Dr. Buyuksahin is an extraordinary ability scientist confirmed by USCIS and he has been selected as one of the top 25 scientist  across the  globe in 2019  by Falling  Walls  Foundation  which has

Nobel Foundation’s president among its trustees) (**KOC Holding is a global fortune 500 company and the most valuable company of Turkey)

Sensobright’s R&D team is currently developing cutting edge (patent-protected) tactile sensing systems for robotics, space, medical, avionics and automotive industries. NASA’s engineers referred the technology as “certainly a worthwhile achievement” in their report about this patented technology. 

 

What Do We Innovate?

Sensobright’s R&D team is currently developing cutting edge (patent-protected) tactile sensing systems for robotics, space, medical, avionics and automotive industries. NASA’s engineers referred the technology as “certainly a worthwhile achievement” in their report about this patented technology.

Sensobright has invented a tactile sensing system that can cover large areas of any geometry conforming its outer shape with similar features of natural skin at low costs. The main components of the sensor system are silicone rubber pad, fiber optic cables, computation unit along with the end user software and GUI.

Sensobright’s tactile sensors can be employed on a variety of applications, such as robotics (to provide better control in grasping or, etc.), medical/surgical devices (to provide a better feeling with more receptors

for remote operations (haptics) or to produce human-like prosthetics with senses), space suits (to provide actual sense of touch), tactile and proximity sensing for converting regular industrial robots into COBOTs, luxury automotive interior by covering any section with touch screen.

The key features of Sensobright’s tactile sensors are high spatial resolution, multi-multi touch capability, being insensitive to magnetic disturbances, being inexpensive, and being flexible and bendable.