Measure Like Never Before

Sagitto combines miniature spectroscopy with machine learning models - available through mobile phones - to allow customers to measure like never before. No more waiting for lab results.

A Miniature Near-Infrared Spectrometer
in the palm of your hand

No more waiting for lab results. Now you can have a laboratory-grade spectrometer that fits in the palm of your hand, that you can use anywhere. Sagitto's miniature near infrared spectrometer is based on the NIRscan™ Nano design from Texas Instruments, incorporating their innovative DLP® technology. It is very small, light weight, and battery powered. Designed to be entirely controlled from your iPhone using Sagitto's iOS app this is the ultimate in portable and affordable NIR instruments.

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A fully functional NIR spectrometer that fits in the palm of your hand

Machine learning and artifical intelligence, combined with spectroscopy data

Machine Learning
artificial intelligence you can use

When you buy a Sagitto spectrometer, you automatically get access to the latest in artificial intelligence techniques from our team of Data Scientists. Using your data, we build predictive models using machine learning algorithms tailored to your particular application, and securely stored within Microsoft's Azure cloud platform. You retain ownership of your data, and the models built from this data. Our role is to help you get the most value from it.

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Hitting Targets
manage by measurement

Every business that works with natural products is faced with the same challenge: managing the inherent (and natural) variability in its raw materials. Sagitto helps manage this variability by analysing the sample, right there on the spot. A quick scan, and within seconds your phone displays the information you need to make important decisions.

Examples of measurements that Sagitto customers are making include:

  • beta-triketone concentrations in Manuka essential oil
  • alpha acid composition of different hop varieties
  • the composition of plastic objects
  • the fibre composition of textiles
  • the ripeness of green vanilla beans
  • moisture percentage of cured vanilla beans
  • percentage ethanol in vanilla extract
  • fat, protein and moisture levels in meat and bone meal
  • thermoplastic sheathing (TPS) in electric wiring
  • oil concentration in seed crops
  • taste characteristics of powdered barley leaves
  • moisture levels in honey
  • polygodial concentrations in plant extracts
  • ... the list just goes on and on.