Head Office: London
Sensory Perspective designs, patents and markets
electromagnetic radiation detection devices, as well as products to protect
people from the health effects of electromagnetic pollution (electrosmog).
Perspective’s primary objective is to improve people’s awareness
and understanding of the risk of exposure to electrosmog, as well as how to
protect themselves and their families from it, whether at home or at work.
develop symptoms as a result of exposure to electrosmog are said to be
company was formed in 2003, out of 22 year-old radiation specialists
Perspective Scientific Ltd, to reach a global mass-consumer marketplace. Sensory Perspective comprises
Directors with deep domain knowledge of industrial electromagnetic and
nuclear radiation detection and measurement.
Stein, Chairman of Sensory Perspective, suffers from chronic ES. He joined
the Board because he felt very strongly about this silent condition and
wants to raise awareness of the problem, as well as help fellow sufferers to
appreciate that they can do something about it.
of the Electrosmog Detector is based on Sensory Perspective’s unique
patented technology which captures the waste energy from microwave
transmissions and turns it into a range of sounds, providing the user with
an immediate impression of their personal microwave environment
Electrosmog Detector has been extensively tested by dB Technology, an
independent EMC test laboratory in Cambridge, UK, accredited to European
and US (FCC) standards. The detector secured CE accreditation in 2005
Brian Stein is the Group CEO of Samworth
Brothers, a privately-owned family business and a leading UK producer of
quality food products. The group comprises 12 operating companies
(including Ginsters, Dickinson & Morris, Walker & Son), employs over 4,000 staff, and has a
turnover in excess of £450m.
diagnosed with EHS four years ago as a direct result of his use of his
mobile telephone. He has adapted his working and living environments to his
condition and his stewardship of Samworth
Brothers continues to flourish.
joined Sensory Perspective because as a sufferer, he is almost evangelical
about the need to raise peoples’ awareness of the health effects of
unrestricted electromagnetic fields.
Clough, Managing Director
Nick Clough is the founder and Managing Director of Perspective Scientific
Ltd (Est.1984). He is responsible for the design, manufacture and
distribution of a range of quality radiation monitoring instruments, for both
ionising (nuclear) and non-ionising
the founder of the UK's first mail order software catalogue, which was
subsequently sold to a major player.
with Alasdair Philips and Ian Harper, he set up Sensory Perspective Limited
in 2003 and they are currently building the company’s pan-European and
North American networks.
Harper, Marketing Director
Ian Harper has over 30 years experience in supply chain logistics for heavy
industrial applications - primarily oil and gas. He operated his own
consultancy business for 20 years with extensive project experience in
Middle East and S.E. Asia.
advised the UK Government's Overseas Development Administration (ODA) on
capital projects and worked with numerous international organisations
including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
also the European Coordinator for a division of Japanese trading house
Philips, Technical Director
Alasdair is an electronics, telecommunications and
agricultural engineer as well as a leading EMF bio-effects researcher.
been Director of Powerwatch, a world-renowned mobile phone and power
distribution industry watchdog, since 1989, during which time he has
authored seven books, delivered numerous papers on health effects resulting
from EMF bio-effects, and chaired two international scientific conferences
on the health effects of mobile phone systems.
was an expert witness at the Stewart investigation into mobile phone
radiation (Stewart Report May 2000) and is involved in management of
EMF-bio effects research at the universities of Bristol, Nottingham, and
Powerwatch Handbook by Alasdair and Jean Philips was published in June 2006
by Piatkus Books, London.