EU-MDM is an efficient management and analysis tool which allows you to retrieve, find and extract information from "big" measurement data. It is modular, web-based and can be customized to meet your specific requirements. Find out more about data management and the features of EU-MDM: Data processing and analytics based on MATLAB preparation Customizable [...]
VGB, the international association of energy plant operators, has just released a new standard VGB-S-150-29-2021-10 for fuel particle fineness measurement that includes our laser-based EUcoalsizer (ECM) mobile system. The standard extents the ISO Standard 9931 and recommends to apply the ECM mobile system in combination with sampling devices for real-time optimization of mill operation [...]
EUmedicon is designed to support test and verification of E-motors and components as well as converters and control units. The powerful unit allows independent conditioning of two media circuits with either water/glycol or oil. Thus, it fulfils todays requirements for test strategies and test profiles efficiently. We are happy to answer your questions and [...]
// German Version below The German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have reported a vulnerability in the Java library "Log4j". The vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) is named "Log4Shell". Our internal Computer and Product Security Response Team is working under high pressure on scanning all systems for vulnerabilities [...]
New publication in collaboration with RWE: “Safe and modern supply: Smart FEGT increases plant availability”
We at EUtech are pleased to share our new publication in collaboration with RWE: "Safe and modern supply: Smart FEGT increases plant availability at the Neurath location". In early October, we also had the opportunity to present these results during the 53. Power Plant Engineering Colloquium in Dresden (53. Kraftwerkstechnisches Kolloquium). Read our new [...]
We where there again this year as exhibitors at the "49. Kraftwerkstechnisches Kolloquium" 2017 in Dresden.