Current projects, exciting expertise and insights into a typical work day at Mems AG - here you will find current information about our company and the industry.
Development for safe offshore oil and gas production
Mems is involved in the development of the world’s first subsea power supply technology. This offers significant potential for cleaner, safer and more sustainable offshore oil and gas production.
Monitoring the hydrogen content in gas networks
Optimized for use in natural gas/biogas networks with H₂ admixture, our gasQS™ technology offers several ways to monitor both the gas mixture ratio and gas quality parameters with a high degree of accuracy and a quick response speed.
Dynamic engine adaptation on LNG carriers
Gas quality monitoring in marine LNG carriers can significantly increase efficiency, reduce emissions and improve operational safety.
Gas network monitoring
For gas network companies, gasQS™ technology can help to guarantee the expected gas quality throughout the entire natural gas network.
Energy storage for electromobility
By using electric motors in efficient vehicles and with sustainable propulsion systems, CO₂ emissions from transport can be reduced. Mems takes part in the development of the important battery management system in electromobility.
Modular remote I/O system
We have developed a modular I/O system in partnership with our customer. This fast, real-time based system enables smart grid applications in medium-voltage grid. The data recording can be synchronized with a supervisory master.
Magnetic drill head tracking
On behalf of and in partnership with Brunschwiler AG, Mems AG has developed a tracking system for the controlled horizontal drilling method. Determination of the position, direction and roll angle of the drill head.
Electronic domestic gas meter
For Smart Metering applications, the micro-electronic gas meter is the alternative to traditional diaphragm gas meters which have been in use for 150 years.
Battery-operated infrared motion detector
Mems has, on behalf of ABB Busch Jaeger, developed the electronics and firmware of a battery-operated motion detector and has optimized it to ensure minimal energy consumption and a user-friendly operation.