The TRIAGE consortium consists of nine partners from six different countries.


Technical University of Denmark    Denmark
DTU Fotonik is the project coordinator with two key technical tasks: supercontinuum modelling of 2-10 μm mid-IR sources and the development of low-loss sulfide and selenide chalcogenide step-index fibres.
NKT Photonics Denmark
NKT Photonics will develop a 2 µm pump laser for the mid-IR supercontinuum source which can greatly increase the systems wall-plug efficiency, make it much more rugged and reduce the noise in the output light.
Radboud University The Netherlands
The Trace Gas Research Group at Radboud will develop a transportable  Fourier transform spectrometer and construct a reference database for the spectrum of the target species.
Senseair  Sweden
Senseair will adapt its existing high-performance sensor multipass absorption cell technology for exhale air measurement of molecular species with sub ppm sensitivity.
CSEM    Switzerland
CSEM will manage and analyse the data obtained from the detector and design, assemble and test the hardware at system level.
NORBLIS    Denmark
NORBLIS will optimise and test compact and cost-effective mid-IR supercontinuum sources against TRIAGE requirements covering 2-10 micron wavelength.
VIGO    Poland
VIGO will develop and provide dedicated infrared detector modules for TRIAGE sensors and support integration into the FTIR spectrophotometer.
Linköping University    Sweden
LiU will be responsible for the tests of functionality and long-term demonstration of the TRIAGE system, including measurement application development.
Vivid Components    UK
Vivid will carry out the project administration and dissemination activities.