“INNOVATION IS IN OUR DNA”
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist|June 2021
Sensum d.o.o. transforms what used to be a manual, mundane job with efficient and precise innovation. Headquartered in Slovenia’s capital, Sensum is one of the premier developers and manufacturers of automatic visual inspection systems for pharmaceutical and nutraceutical companies. Serving pharmaceutical giants like Pfizer, Novartis and Roche, the Sensum brand was catapulted into the spotlight at the same speed with which its machines inspect thousands of pills. Since then, Sensum has continued to experience steady growth, thanks to its technology-driven leadership.

DR. ROK BERNARD CEO, CO-OWNER, AND CO-FOUNDER OF SENSUM D.O.O.

Started in 2000, the growth of Sensum is enormous. What is your assessment of the progress made in the last two decades?

Maintaining an innovative edge is absolutely important to us. Our business excellence is characterized firstly by our innovation. Innovation is in our DNA.

We, the founders were all scientists when we started this company. Science is our origin. Today we propel our innovation processes with a combination of technology-driven and market-driven research. To achieve this, we closely cooperate with clients and universities. With the reliability, commitment, and readiness to make the extra mile we gain the trust and confidence needed to develop relationships into partnerships. The result is a fascinating business growth with a long-term perspective.

Tell us about your product line, your experience, and technical capabilities.

All Sensum products are computer vision systems. These systems consist of three main components: camera, computer, and mechanical manipulator. We take a physical object, convert its visual appearance into digital form by the camera, quantify its quality by computer, and sort the object as compliant or not by the manipulator. In addition, information about the quality of each individual product is available in real time, which is essential in Industry 4.0 production.

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