Handheld sensor for monitoring many ingredients directly on site

  • Easy operation via a touch screen
  • The quality and ingredients of milk, oils, fats, fuels, solvents and many other substances can be predicted
  • New prediction models can be requested from the cloud at any time
  • With an additional power bank also suitable for mobile use
  • Find out more about the NIRScreen


Non-contact sensor for automated product and raw material control

  • Numerous interfaces for integrating the sensor into production processes
  • Measurements on 7 days / 24 hours
  • The quality and ingredients of milk, oils, fats, fuels, solvents and many other substances can be predicted
  • Find out more about the NIRLyzer

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Innovative sensor system for process analytics

Quality assurance

Use our sensor systems to raise quality assurance in your business to a new level.

Process optimization

Optimize your processes by continuously measuring ingredients and pollutants with our devices.

Save costs

Lower the cost of expensive lab analysis and costly product recalls.


Thanks to the innovative design of our systems, we can optimally accommodate your customer requirements.

Easy handling

Our sensor systems are fully automated and can be used without specialist staff.


With our sensor systems you get completely new and individually tailored options for permanently monitoring your raw materials, products and processes in production.

Examples of application areas

Tailored problem solutions for many industries

Beverage and food industry

Drinking water monitoring


Chemical and pharmaceutical industry

Water quality

Wastewater monitoring


Innovative startup from Oldenburg

InProSens develops, manufactures and sells innovative sensor systems for process analysis, which allow the continuous measurement of many ingredients and pollutants directly in production.


By constantly collecting measured values with our systems, the monitoring, control and optimization of production-related processes can be raised to a new level and both a more comprehensive quality assurance and cost savings in the process can be made possible.     


The InProSens project was funded from June 2017 to May 2018 by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and the European Social Fund as part of the EXIST program.