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ARTUS Early Fire Detection at Feuertrutz 2015

On 18th and 19th February 2015 m-u-t will present the newest generation of early fire detection ARTUS to the public in Nuremberg. The focus is particularly on the innovative detection of vehicles in a pre-defined area. At the booth you will find out background information on VdS 3189-Directive for IR-camera unit for temperature monitoring in fire protection. Furthermore, you can experience ARTUS live and in action. More about “ARTUS prevents fire”, click here.

     
 

Premiere at InnoTrans in Berlin was a complete success for m-u-t

The premiere attendance of m-u-t GmbH at InnoTrans, one of the leading international trade fairs for traffic engineering, in Berlin (23rd – 26th September 2014) was a complete success.
The number of attendants who visited the m-u-t booth and the quality of discussions exceeded all expectations. Thomas Wiedermann, CEO of m-u-t group, was particularly pleased with the response to “the noticeable readiness of potential clients, to include m-u-t products in future projects”.
The positive response was also a reflection of the sustainability of the corporate strategy. “Our strategy and our product concept are definitely on the right track”, summarized Wiedermann.

Besides the innovative products, the extensive public relations efforts of m-u-t AG for the premier attendance at InnoTrans achieved great interest in the company and their products. Besides initial newspaper coverage in the “Handelsblatt” m-u-t also presented a video clip “Head of control – the rise of a new railway technology” in the style of a movie premiere.
The presentation, hosted by TV-moderator Caroline Beil, was done in the format of a talk show with a panel of industry experts.
To view the video clip, click here

     
 

m-u-t @ SVC TechCon 2014 in Chicago

The Society of Vacuum Coater’s technical meeting and exhibition was held in Chicago, USA from May 3-8. m-u-t ‘s oral presentation on an ‚Optical Method for Sheet Resistance Measurement of Transparent Thin Films’ discussed the physics which allow for the use of our omtsYs-series TFA to determine a film’s sheet resistance (an electrical quantity) from a non-contact optical measurement. At the exhibition, visitors were able to get first hand experience with the TFA, which is used for industrial, in-line, 24/7 measurements of film thickness, color, moisture and sheet resistance.

     
 

m-u-t’s presentation at IFAT 2014

Conventional fire detector can save lives -the damage on your asset invested remains- ARTUS prevents fire before they occur. IFAT 2014, World’s Leading Trade Fair for Waste Management, took place from 5th to 9th May 2014 in Nürnberg. m-u-t presented its solutions for early fire detection and for automatic firefighting measures. The level of interest in these innovative solutions was very high and the number of visitors emphasizes the need for latest technology in early fire detection.
For more information on how ARTUS prevents fire, please see: more>>

     
 

omtsYs TFA

The omtsYs Thin Film Analysis (TFA) device utilizes broadband reflection and/or transmission characteristics to determine a wide variety of sample parameters such as film thickness, sheet resistance, moisture content, color, and index of refraction of films on industrial substrates including PET foils, glass, steel, and semiconductors. The TFA device is available for in-line, process control applications and operates in vacuum and harsh environments. more>>

     
 

m-u-t meets omt

The m-u-t GmbH is proud to announce that it will develop and market omt’s (omt - optische messtechnik gmbh from Ulm, Germany) Thin Film Analysis (TFA) device out of its new office in Neu-Ulm, Germany under the brand name omtsYs. Service and support for omt’s in-field TFAs will also be handled by the Neu-Ulm office.  more>>

     
 

multi-logic controller

With its new multi-logic controllers, m-u-t offers a modular controller system for the first time which enables customized control developments to be carried out reliably and cost-effectively for passenger trains with standardized component assemblies. The MLC controller family is based on proven technology, which has been used for many years worldwide to manage sanitary facilities on trains, and is now also available for other applications such as air conditioning, doors, or lighting. more>>





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