SURAGUS is part of the project “HotSense”. Together with Fraunhofer FEP, SURAGUS is investigating whether a non-contact measurement method based on eddy current technology is suitable for determining the electrical resistance of thin films on, e.g., glass substrates in high-vacuum processes with process temperatures of up to 600 °C.
This is a good opportunity to help companies achieve higher productivity and improve the electrical properties of the product by stabilizing their processes.
We are looking forward to the cooperation and are excited about the results.
SURAGUS thanks the European Union for encouraging innovation in this field through financial support.