The world is full of things we cant see with our eyes. In order to image micro/nano scale objects, very large, heavy, expensive, and power hungry microscopes are needed. Geegah has developed a chip-based micro imaging platform that can potentially image very tiny objects in proximity to the chip. This is enabled by the very small wavelength of ultrasonic waves at high GHz frequencies. Our imagers don't need any light source, as they generate their own waves. We can image at the microscale objects in handheld form-factor, running on batteries. with our prototype we have imaged tiny nematodes, particles in liquids, soil particles, roots, fingerprints, biological cells, etc.
We are dedicated to providing the devices and systems that free up the human mind to do fun and creative things without worrying about our climate and its sustainability. Our imagers can image soil, roots, pests, water moisture, and salinity. We are developing technologies for Internet-of-Plants to determine the optimum amount of fertilizers, water, and pesticides.
Geegah technology enables very high level of integration of functionalities on traditional CMOS chip: By adding piezoelectric films onto CMOS, we enable integrated Sensing, Imaging, Signal processing, Clocks, and Computation. Our technology results in ultra miniaturized, low power, and low cost chips that can be used in a wide variety of applications that generate useful data using which decisions can be made.
Chief Technology Officer