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SXSW Eco 2015

OndaVia has been selected to present at SXSW ECO. OndaVia CEO, Mark Peterman, will be presenting the company's progress on Tuesday, October 6 in the Water Startup Showcase.


OndaVia will be exhibiting at WEFTEC 2015 in Chicago. We're excited to announce availability of our selenium analysis kit that enables field-ready, on-site, selenium speciation, Se(IV) vs. Se(VI). We will also have information available on our test kits for perchlorate, arsenic, amines, and triazine-based hydrogen sulfide scavengers. Visit us at booth 157!

Corrosion 2015

OndaVia will be exhibiting our chemical analysis products at the NACE conference in Dallas, Texas at booth 12006. We will have not only our monoethanolamine and triazine analysis cartridges, but also four new amine tests. Information coming soon! The exhibit runs from March 16-19.


The OndaVia team will be showing off our Analysis System at WEFTEC in New Orleans. We're pleased to be part of the 2014 WEFTEC Innovation Showcase. Come check us out in booth 4029G.

Pittcon 2014

Visiting Pittcon 2014? OndaVia will be in Booth 1552 with Snowy Range Instruments with a demo of our analysis system. Stop by on Monday or Tuesday!

Imagine H2O Finalist

OndaVia is pleased to announce that we have been selected as a finalist in the Imagine H2O Food & Agriculture Program.

USDA Phase II Award

OndaVia was awarded a Phase II SBIR grant by the US Department of Agriculture in September 2013. This two-year, $450,000 project funds the development of a boron analysis cartridge for testing produced water.

SBIR Phase II and IIB (UndEO)

This award was granted in September 2009 from the NSF and was titled "Water and Food Analysis by Non-Uniform Electroosmotic Flow". The IIB supplement started 15 June 2012. This award led to the creation of the first prototype system.

SBIR Phase I and II (eSERS)

This National Science Foundation (NSF) award was granted in January 2010. Successful completion of the Phase I effort lead to the March 2011 Phase II award for ppb analysis of water contaminants. This project has resulted in commercially-available single-analyte cartridges.