makes the invisible, visible.
Shortwave Infrared (SWIR) imaging
captures images that our eyes cannot
allowing a broad range of
applications including night vision,
process quality control,
fruit inspection, and moisture detection.
We go beyond that.
Stratio, Inc. designs and creates portable
infrared solutions as part of its mission
to bring infrared vision to the mass
market. Our patented sensor technology
portable and affordable devices
to collect data and AI platforms translate
into meaningful insights,
unlocking new innovative solutions such
Autonomous and Driver Assistance
Systems (ADAS), robotic surgery,
and precision agriculture.
5x lighter than InGaAs
Highly flexible and easy to use
10x cheaper in cost
Empire State Development Announces 10 Finalists Selected for Round 5 of Luminate NY Competition in Rochester
$25 Million Luminate NY Initiative Continues to Bring the Best Startups with Optics, Photonics, and Imaging Technologies to the Finger Lakes Region to Tap World Class Resources and Grow the Economy
March 23, 2022
Stratio Drives AI – Powered Scientific Applications for Enterprises That Need It
Stratio has introduced LinkSquare, a portable, an accessible and affordable spectrometer that offers tailor-made solutions for the enterprise LinkSquare is the world’s first. Stratio has embedded its in-market flagship sensor marking technology, LinkSquare 1 in its device that can currently cover wavelengths up to 400-1000 nm. Stratio will soon launch a wavelength measurement of 700-1050 nm in the upgraded version of its device.
June 20, 2019
LinkSquare is a Handheld Infrared Scanner That Analyzes Food for Freshness
In addition to traveling really fast and keeping us from stumbling over things in the dark, light is a pretty effective tool in the food supply chain. Stratio is putting light into the hands of people with the LinkSquare, a pen-sized infrared scanner and software platform that can be used to create apps to detect attributes like freshness and sweetness in foods.
April 17, 2019
Most Innovative Gadgets And Technologies From 2018
Ever since the IoT (Internet of Things) category exploded a few years ago, the market began flooding with smart gadgets. Both established and start-up brands began putting chips in toasters, pillows, belts, tables, and whatnot. However, most of these products were rushed to be the first one to jump on the “smart” devices bandwagon.
December 04, 2018