ES Systems is a manufacturer of high-quality sensors based on micro-electronics technologies. With long experience developing innovative MEMS systems, our sensors solutions are produced via qualified processes in order to accurately measure gas flow, temperature and pressure.
Our pressure and flow sensors stand out from the rest of the market, due to their outstanding performance at a competitive cost. ES Systems is able to deliver high-quality and reliable products, combining multiple discipline capabilities in a fast and efficient way starting from the concept and prototyping to full production.
Do you know why so many challenging projects around the globe are supported by ES Systems? It’s our flexibility along with the dedication to our partners that allows ES Systems to provide a high-end custom-made product ready to be installed to the application without any additional modifications. All that within a limited time frame.
Our products are specifically designed, tested and developed for the challenging industrial, medical, aerospace fields and are provided either as stand-alone components or after being integrated within other equipment.
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Dr. David Dung
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Matthias Sachsenhauser, Ph.D.
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Dr. Keith Paulsen
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