Company Profile

Raman Systems Inc
Profile last edited on: 11/20/18      CAGE: 42HZ8      UEI:

Business Identifier: Portable chemical identification
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Location Information

15 Presidential Way
Woburn, MA 01801
   (781) 935-1200
Location: Multiple
Congr. District: 05
County: Middlesex

Public Profile

Raman Systems Inc, a subsidiary of Agiltron Inc (also an SBIR firm) and spun out of Boston University's Photonics Research Center pioneered the development and commercialization of portable Raman spectrometers. Raman Systems is now engineering and launching new generations of portable and handheld chemical analyzers offering accurate organic chemical identification, verification, and screening. Initial applications for the technology included the design and development of chemical sensors for detecting low concentration contaminants in water affording portability and field deployment. Raman Systems has diversified and is now developing compact Raman spectrometers for chemical analysis. RSI designs and supplies three flagship products, the R-2001, the RSL-1 and the RPC-1 along with their own lasers, sampling accessories and software, providing a fully integrated compact chemical analysis system

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Awards Distribution by Agency

Most Recent SBIR Projects

Year Phase Agency Total Amount
2010 1 Navy $70,000
Project Title: Development of a Total Residual Oxidant Sensor
2010 2 Navy $819,861
Project Title: Raman Sensor for Underwater Explosive Detection
2005 1 NIH $100,031
Project Title: Raman Monitor for Diagnosis of Salt Sensitivity
2004 2 NIH $803,525
Project Title: Noninvasive Raman Monitoring of Urea During Hemodialysis

Key People / Management

  Edward Womble -- President

  Richard Clarke -- Chief Technology Officer

  Wayne Weimer

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