Who We Are
One Resonance Sensors specializes in developing next-generation Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) instrumentation. Our devices vastly improve efficiency in detection, analysis and process control for an ever-expanding range of industries. ORS’ MobiLab® line of devices are used across the globe – from the United States to South America, delivering fast, effective and precise results in industries which range from mining to security.
The ORS Edge
The Strength of ORS’ product line is based upon its proprietary technology. Our units are designed and manufactured by a prestigious team of scientists and engineers based in California. ORS’ mission is to combine our unprecedented expertise in NMR devices and transform dynamic technology into simple, easy to use units, suitable for challenging operational environments.
Thanks to years of research, development and market studies, ORS NMR analyzers and instrumentation are designed to directly address the needs of each user. We combine complex instrumentation with simple, straightforward and accessible user interfaces. And all this results in one thing: the ability of ORS’ devices to deliver unparalleled results – quickly, easily and with astounding accuracy.
Expertly Created NMR Instrumentation
ORS was co-founded in 2011 by Dr. Pablo Prado, a field leader in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, and Dr. Greg Holifield, a twice-honored recipient of the US Army’s Top Ten Inventions Award. ORS was established to implement NMR technology to combat some of the most pressing problems for industries which rely heavily upon effective, rapid mobile testing units within their daily workflows and processes.
To date, the company has developed a number of NMR analyzers for the commercial market including the MobiLab 130 series and the MobiLab BLS, used for bottled liquid screening at security checkpoints. ORS also provides custom-built instrumentation for high-profile partners and organizations including oil and gas exploration companies and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. ORS’ ultra-compact permanent magnet is a component of JPL’s proposed Titan Saturn System Mission.
Many of our team members share a longstanding history of collaboration, having worked together on extensive research and development projects throughout the past 15 years.
One Resonance Sensors own and operate two key facilities in the technology hub of San Diego, California, with extended leadership and partnerships across the globe.