Who we are

AGISEN is specialist engineering company. We are enthusiastic and driven to solve demanding sensing and measurement problems and to deliver working solutions. We pride ourselves on our ability to identify technological solutions or generate new concepts that we can prototype, trial and develop, then take on into manufacture. As we generate new designs for optics, optical fibre, electronic and mechanical components and modules we are able to offer a number of innovative products and specialist services.

Our Engineering Approach

Be it by utilising existing technology or through innovative design, our engineering approach is based upon three key requirements: a fundamental and thorough understanding of the problem; a consideration of customer expectations and knowledge of the commercial constraints. We achieved this by engaging positively with our customers and forming effective engineering partnerships to deliver the most appropriate solutions.

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Our Products & Services

We have a significant track record in collaborative research and development projects solving challenging sensing and measurement problems across different market sectors. In addition to delivering complete projects, from concept to product, we recognise that with our expertise, technical skills and facilities we can provide a range of valuable engineering functions. As a company we are flexible and responsive to customer requirements and we are able to offer:

Based on past innovation and engineering solutions we also able to offer a range of products:

Our Key People

Stuart Murray, PgD, BSc, - has a background in sensing systems which extends over 30 years. He has worked on a wide diversity of optical sensors, especially in gas and chemical sensing, spectroscopy, optical NDT and physical sensing. With a background in physics and electronics and project management, Stuart plays a key role in leading AGISEN's research activities.

Tim Litt, PhD, BEng, MInstP, CPhys, - has been working in sensing technology for more than 25 years. With a first degree in electrical and electronic engineering followed by PhD and post-doctoral research into optical fibre sensors for advanced process machinery, he has a broad engineering background that encompasses the design of sensing and instrumentation through to mechanical design and production.