About Senseair

About Senseair

Senseair is an Asahi Kasei Group Company and a leading global provider of air and gas sensing technology headquartered in Sweden. Our purpose it to make sense of air by providing the best possible measurement solutions, services and intelligence. With over 25 years of experience, Senseair has become the centre of excellence in the field of non-dispersive infra-red (NDIR) technology. We develop and produce the smallest and most cost efficient high precision low power sensors for high volume production. 


Our air and gas sensing technology include highly advanced and complex sensor products composed of many carefully chosen details. Years of product development, design and testing of our products close to the technological forefront, has made Senseair a world-leading manufacturer of high performance air and gas sensing technology.

We help leading OEMs to develop state of the art solutions well integrated into their product offerings including Sensor Cores, Sensor on Board as well as designed white-label Sensor in Case solutions for indoor and outdoor air quality, alcohol detection, alarms, automotive and industrial applications.

About one third of the Senseair staff are dedicated to research, development and production optimization, always aiming at applying the latest industrially viable technologies on the market into our products. 

Our dedicated teams will help you to solve your problem, regardless of whether it concerns the sensor only, a sensor on a board or an entire gas sensor solution.

The excellency of Senseair’s development resources is proven by the fact that these resources also are highly appreciated as consultants in external projects aiming at novel ultra-precise sensors.

In addition to our specialized R&D resources, we have a wide range of qualified in-house lab equipment as well as access to external labs and instruments in co-operation with companies and universities.

Senseair holds more than 20 patents relating to its proprietary measurement technique.


Annual reports

2017 (not yet established - will be decided at the Annual General Meeting on 13/6).