About this episode
The Founder of Altered Carbon, Ali Rohafza, joins us for the season finale of The 5V Podcast to discuss their groundbreaking graphene sensor technology, which can recognise millions of scent combinations and has applications in a variety of fields, including waste management, food safety, energy, and many others.
This Episode Showcases…
- Altered Carbon’s Journey as a startup
- What is commercially viable graphene – what were the limitations before?
- How doe the technology work to detect scent?
- Use cases of the technology in waste management, healthcare and defence
- What’s been the biggest challenge as a startup?
What is The 5V Podcast?
The 5V Podcast is a special one-off season that we put together as a celebration of our company values after we launched 5V Media; a media provider for the IoT and wider tech world.
5V Media powers The IoT Podcast, events, video content and much more! Until next time sit back, relax, tune in a discover the people, initiatives and communities driving technology as a force for good!
About our guest
Ali is the Founder and CEO of Altered Carbon Ltd. Altered Carbon is giving computers the ability to smell. By using a graphene chip that mimics a dog’s nose, and machine learning to give the hardware intelligence to know what it’s sensing, we turn current sensing complexities into simple actionable data. Ali is enthusiastic about the potential to advance the medical industry, save the planet’s resources, improve global productivity and increase safety. We are currently raising investment for AC.
Find out more about Altered Carbon: https://altered-carbon.com/