smartGAS on Mars: How MOXIE enables manned Mars missions in the future
Sensors from smartGAS landed on Mars with the Mars rover "Perseverance". NASA's fifth Mars mission was launched from Cape Canaveral on July 30 last year. Now, 470 million kilometers and just under six months later, the rover has now begun operations on the red planet.
smartGAS China officially founded
After more than ten years of successful cooperation and one year of planning, the German-Chinese joint venture company smartGAS Sensor Technology Co.,Ltd. was officially established in the National Economic and Technological Development Zone (CEDZ) in January 2021. Andreas Hester was jointly appointed General Manager of smartGAS China by SIGAS Managing Director Chen Mo and smartGAS Mikrosensorik GmbH Managing Director Jörg Ronde.…
This is how the NDIR sensors from smartGAS work
Non-dispersive infrared absorption (NDIR) uses the property of gas molecules to absorb infrared radiation at specific wavelengths. NDIR gas sensors from smartGAS are suitable for the highly accurate measurement of a wide range of gases and make an important contribution to the control of industrial processes as well as to workplace, plant and environmental protection.
New form of cooperation - CaTec bv and smartGAS Mikrosensorik GmbH transfer their existing distribution partnership into a project partnership.
After successful years of cooperation in the distribution sector, CaTec and smartGAS redefine the joint business.
Practical tip – The smartGAS Calibration Tool
The smartGAS Calibration Tool is a free software, which enables users of the smartGAS BASIC EVO and FLOW EVO sensors, among other things, to read out sensor information and operating states and independently adjust the zero point and the end point.
smartGAS: Joint venture in China
smartGAS Mikrosensorik GmbH is significantly expanding its operations in Asia, including a joint venture in China with the company’s long-standing partner SIGAS Measurement Engineering Corp. As of 01/01/2021 the new company smartGAS China Ltd. in Jiangsu Changshu near Shanghai will serve all markets in China and Asia from a central location.
smartGAS-Webnews „Emission Monitoring“
Ever stricter environmental regulations and rising fuel prices are forcing companies to operate their incineration plants with as few pollutants as possible. The smartGAS gas sensors for measuring emissions provide optimum support, as they detect even the lowest concentrations of CO, CO2, SO2 and hydrocarbons such as CH4. Plant operators benefit from lower running costs and significantly more efficient operation.