The SP3H solution uses the NIR technology, which is already used in few sectors but with heavy engines. The company developed a NIR-based sensor small, robust, and accurate enough to be installed on-board any vehicles.
From its near-infrared spectrum, the miniaturized optical sensor enables mapping of information within seconds, obtained on the thousands of molecules that make up the fuel, in a robust and universal manner; thus acting as a veritable fuel DNA fingerprint. This approach is valid for all types of fuels and biofuels, whatever the country and fuel supply, and thus enables the information to be rendered relevant and usable under all circumstances.
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Some technologies will show benefits on the new WLTP laboratory test; others only in real world driving. Extending the scope of the 2025 regulation to encourage a wider range of “Eco-innovations” and stimulate more efficient auxiliary equipment will be important to deliver real-world improvements in emissions. Anticipation of a 2025 regulation is already driving an accelerating supply of new solutions.
SP3H, the French technology company that has developed a fuel sensor that precisely measures the composition of fuel enabling the engine to operate more efficiently, is applying an “Eco-Innovation”, a technology that improves efficiency on the road, where it matters, not just in tests.
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Against the backdrop of this research, Frost & Sullivan is pleased to recognize SP3H as the Technology Innovation leader in the emerging Automotive Fuel Quality Sensors market.