Microvec to Open European Office
Microvec, one of the leaders in the field of fluid mechanics, has opened a new office in Europe. Microvec Sp. z o.o. began operating in June 2022 in Poland.
Microvec Poland was created after having absorbed assets of LLE Jena GmbH, a manufacturer of lasers from Germany. The company is currently focused on continuing the production of lasers, including the double pulse lasers used in Microvec Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) systems. Microvec Poland will be also providing sales and technical support for PIV systems in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The company will be managed by Sergey Babichev, a veteran of the laser industry with almost twenty years of experience designing and manufacturing lasers.
“The relocation of the company to Poland will allow us to continue producing world class lasers in a stable and a more cost-effective environment.” Said Sergey. “In addition, the tie-up with Microvec, and adding PIV systems, will give us a new opportunity to expand in Europe.”
Microvec plans to continue its expansion throughout Europe with an extra focus on providing Europe with affordable PIV lasers and advanced PIV systems. “With laser production,Microvec Poland will give us our own affordable lasers to improve our PIV systems,” added Wojciech Majewski, Managing Director of Microvec. “Opening an office in the EU will help us serve our local customers better than before by being closer to them and in the same time zone.”
About Microvec Pte. Ltd.
Microvec Pte. Ltd. has offered various complete Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) systems since 2002. The company has been developing proprietary PIV Technology and has been constantly improving and implementing new techniques and algorithms based on the latest research in the field. Microvec has teamed up with some of the leading researchers worldwide to add their input to Microvec products and to gain access to the most advanced and innovative research. Microvec introduced the world’s first commercial PIV software capable of instantaneous pressure reconstruction and one of the most advanced algorithms in Tomographic PIV – Intensity Enhanced MART. Recently, Microvec has also developed AI PIV software, offering high spatial resolution beyond the limits of interrogation windows and capable of obtaining dense velocity fields with down to one vector per pixel.
Microvec Sp. z o.o., located in Pińczów, Poland, manufactures pulse lasers for education, research, and industrial applications. It also provides local support for Microvec PIV products in the EMEA region. The company consists of scientists, senior engineers, and key consultants with many years of experience in optical instrumentation, laser system design and engineering, and laser manufacturing.
For more information, please visit www.piv.com.sg and www.microvec.com