UAV-MAG at Alaska

Another set of UAV-MAG triaxial fluxgate magnetometers from MAGLAB is measuring magnetic fields around the globe, recently close to Anchorage, Alaska, USA. The drone unit sensor got a nice skirt to help with stabilization during the flight. It helps to keep orientation steady which improves overall data quality (less disturbances caused by non-compensated residual non-orthogonalities […]

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First information in the Czech language

Maglab   https://maglab.fel.cvut.cz/ Laboratoř magnetismu a senzorůkatedra měření FEL ČVUT Praha Témata:Měření a mapování stejnosměrných magnetických polí a jejich gradientů- využití např. pro detekci a lokalizaci bomb a nástražných systémů, lokalizaci a identifikaci vozidel, navigaci.Lokalizace a měření bludných proudů.Detekce kovových předmětů metodou vířivých proudů, minohledačky.Návrh, vývoj a kalibrace kompasů, magnetometrů, gradiometrů. Návrh a testování magnetických stínění.Magnetické […]

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Services we offer

Measurement of magnetic field Measurement of the properties of magnetic materials Development, testing and calibration of magnetic field sensors, magnetometers and gradiometers Non-contact measurement of electric currents Deasign od electric current sensors Design of coils and magnetic circuits Design of position and speed sensors, Design of metal detectors for industrial and security applications Consultations on […]

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UAV-MAG in Australia

After successful operations in USA (Odessa crater) and Russia (Tunguska event place) the UAV-MAG is currently flying in the hot Australia (Snowy Mountains – Jindabyne). Unfortunately there was also a first incident concerning the unit, the sensor cable got extremely twisted, probably while entering some air turbulence. The magnetic field mapping will continue with the […]

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Magneto-optic Kerr effect microscope

The Kerr-effect microscope is finally in our lab and since yesterday is also fully operational… It is a nice tool to advance the development of magnetic materials for application in our high precise magnetic field sensors and also for general research related to magnetism, magnetic domain structure etc. More information will come soon in the […]

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Geomagnetic observatory of Kelčany

Maglab has recently opened its new geomagnetic observatory of Kelčany in South Moravia.The observatory is located 6 m underground where the temperature is highly constant (form 9°C in winter to max 13 °C in summer with negligible daily variations).The magnetometer used in this observatory is a triaxial fluxgate manufactured by Maglab.

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