Space Shuttle Atlantis
Juntura's sensor was originally designed as part of a process to detect depth of impact sites from micro-meteors in Space Shuttle windows with a high accuracy.
Juntura's lead engineer, Pankaj Patil, recently completed the first one dimensional prototype of our extension of NASA's patented Inductive Non-Contact Position sensing technology.
NASA Lab Visit
The Juntura team (with advisor Dr. Pete McAlindon and NASA's Jeff Kohler). This visit included a tour of Dr. Bob Youngquist's lab, which was where the Inductive Linear Non-Contact Position Sensor originated.
Juntura's first-run evaluation kit packaging as shown during a presentation to NASA. The kit contained three inductors potted in a 3D printed casing. The 3D printed casing was created on a rep-rap.
Juntura Group designs and manufactures technologically advanced non-contact position sensors in Winter Park, FL. Patents developed by NASA, exclusively licensed by Juntura Group, drive the sensing technology in our entire product line. The sensors are highly customizable via our streamlined NRE process. To inquire about purchasing or sub-licensing our technology, please fill out our request for information (RFI) form.10-400 nm
RESOLUTION 200 μm