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AMS Technologies

Founded in 1982, AMS Technologies is headquartered in Munich, Germany, with offices in Great Britain, France, Italy and Spain. Customers across Europe value Germany based Thermal Design and Thermal Simulation services for the design and optimisation of electronics cooling components and systems. Customers in the field of avionics, medical, power conversion, opto- electronics, automotive and others rely on AMS thermal expertise. Additionally to the consultancy, AMS Technologies also supplies products under the AMS name. Among these are optimised thermoelectric assemblies and thermoelectric temperature controllers for laboratory use.


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19. 05. 2012

Turn Key Laser Diode Management System at OPTATEC 2012

AMS Technologies introduces Industry’s first customizable standalone platform for laser diodes and associated TECs at OPTATEC in Hall 3.0 ...

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25. 06. 2013

ECM 2013 – European Combustion Meeting

ECM 2013 – European Combustion Meeting
Lund University, Sweden 25th to 28th of June, 2013

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25. 01. 2013

AMS Technologies Presents Innovative Structural Health Monitoring System

Structural health monitoring system SensoBrick® offers the chance to turn away from labor intensive and operator subjective visual inspecti...

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06. 02. 2014

AMS Technologies presents new brochure for "Fiber Optic Patchcord Production"

Tools & Equipment for Inspection, Tuning, Measurement and Cleaning A new instrumentation brochure highlighting AMS Technologies'...

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26. 11. 2014

Measurement and Monitoring of Structural Changes in a Car park by Natural harmonics

During routine control on corrosion and fire safety at a basement garage comprising 180 parking positions the prop head had been tested...

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18. 10. 2016

Jan Meise, CEO, AMS Technologies AG, joins EPIC board of directors

Jan adds to the board his expertise in the Photonics ecosystem and value chain models coupled with the need for Photonics cooling in me...

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