Twist. Click.Test.

Ekidna is the lab-on-a-chip that rapidly tests cannabis samples
for key potency markers.

About us

About us

Fast, Accurate
Cannabis Testing On the Go

If you’re a large producer with your own lab, centralized testing means production bottlenecks and idle resources. For smaller producers who have to mail samples to a lab service, delays to market and lower quality products can be the result.

Ekidna’s cannabis testing kit accurately provides the cannabinoid information you need to fine-tune your production methods anywhere in your process or in your facility.

No matter the size of your operation, Ekidna can help you streamline testing, get products to market faster, and maximize operational efficiency.

Fast

Each test takes only 5 minutes
— monitor in real time.

Accurate

+/- 1% by weight —
as accurate as a lab.

Easy

Anyone can learn to test in
minutes — no scientific training needed.

Portable

2” x 2” x 5” system sits comfortably
in the palm of your hand.

Painless

Less fuss than a regular lab —
no maintenance or calibration needed.

Benefits

Benefits

Operational Benefits

What if you could get your results back in real time? What if you could monitor your
crops day to day, or your extracts as soon as your extraction is done?

Better, More Informed Decisions

Adjust your product at any stage in the process.

Decentralizes
Testing

Test in as many locations simultaneously as you like.

Makes the Most
of OPEX

Helps ensure no resource is idle.

Maximizes Throughput

Minimizes stop-points in production.

Helps You Scale
Your Operation

Simple device helps you grow your business.

News

News

Ekidna in the News

Ekidna Sensing Accepted into First VentureLAB HCI Cohort

We are proud to announce our participation in the first VentureLAB HCI cohort. This program is Canada’s first and only semiconductor focused hardware incubator, and has $13 million in joint funding from the federal government and industry technology leaders.

Ekidna on CTV Morning Live

CTV Morning Live: Our founders visited the CTV set and discussed the cannabis industry, how the Ekidna test works, and the research that started us off.

Contact