PJSC Intersoft Eurasia has been created as a vertically integrated company for the realization of innovative projects in the field of wearable electronics, dosimetric equipment and technologies, as well as for the protection of the intellectual property objects on its profile. Business direction of the Company – is a development of software, manufacturing technology of solid-state ionizing radiation detectors and reading electronics, systems of radiation situation monitoring, as well as production, logistics, delivery, stock-taking, storage and selling of its own manufacturing devices; licensing of technologies and devices for the third-party developers and its selling to manufacturing companies.
Our team consists of authors and inventors of the DO-RA Project: Creator of the DO-RA device, PhD Mr. Vladimir Elin (he is also DO-RA Project General Manager and Investor); Candidate of Physico-Mathematical Sciences Mr. Alexey Kibkalo, he has a more than 20-year experience of working at Federal Nuclear Center and Intel Research and Development Center; Doctor of Physics and Mathematics Mr. Mikhail Merkin, author of more than 500 scientific works.
Intersoft Eurasia is an exclusive owner of more than 56 patents, applications and certificates for electronic devices and its components in the US, Russian Federation, Japan, South Korea, China, India, EU, Ukraine, Belarus. We have more than 10 sets of the design documentation for dosimetric products. According to the Dow Jones rating the cost of the Company's assets for 2013 was $ 10 million.
The Company is an active participant of the relevant international forums, exhibitions and conferences, conduct joint developments with Foxconn Group (Taiwan), ARA Project by Google (USA), Nexpaq (Singapore), ORACOM (South Korea), Sumitomo Corporation (Japan), etc.
In 2014, according to Kommersant Review (http://www.kommersant.ru)/ Skolkovo Foundation, DO-RA team (PJSC Intersoft Eurasia) entered the list of top 10 best innovative Companies in Russia. Since 2011 Intersoft Eurasia is a resident of Skolkovo Foundation (Nuclear Technologies Cluster) http://sk.ru/foundation/nuclear/
About the DO-RA Project
The Project solves the problem of public safety, offering a low-cost mass way of the efficient getting the information about environment. DO-RA is a dosimeter-radiometer for smartphones and computers, and at the same time, it is an intelligent technology for monitoring the radiation situation of the environment and the dose of radiation received by man.
The device is a unique semiconductor sensor of ionizing radiation in a compact and stylish package, with reading electronics and software (mobile application), created to manage the risks of radiation exposure.
DO-RA not only measures the radiation level, but also analyzes all the information received. It works through the audio-jack and also via BLE channel (Bluetooth) of the smartphones and computers. In comparison with its competitors, DO-RA is compact, fast and accurate in measurements, as well as it is cross-platform: our engineers created software for all major operating systems (iOS, Android, WP, Jawa ME, Tizen, Windows, Linux, MacOS) + application which is available in 23 languages.
A key feature of the device is a reasonable retail price: DO-RA costs less than $ 50, while the cost of analogues starts from $ 100. With the mass production, and integration of DO-RA.Micro.Si technology, the price can be reduced to $ 10. At the moment, more than $ 1 million of the Company’s capital is invested in the project. The Company has also twice received grant funding from the Skolkovo Foundation in the amount of up to $ 1 million.
DO-RA line has more than a dozen of tested prototypes; ready for the production on the basis of the developed design documentation in the international IPC format. At the current stage of the project, the first model of the line - DO-RA.Q is preparing for the certification and manufacturing, then we are planning the release DO-RA.Uni and DO-RA.Ultra models. In the long term, our team is planning the creation and production of DO-RA.micro chipset for its direct integration into smartphones, computers and other electronic devices.
What is also important, according to the research that was held within CES-2016, Las Vegas, in the next few years, the global industry will manufacture up to $ 1 trillion of different sensors and detectors, including sensors for detecting Alpha, Beta, Gamma and X-ray radiation.