The Latest News from IEM

New Patents Issued to IEM Corporation in 2015,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017


TROY, NY - IEM Corporation,
a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, is proud to announce four new patents which were issued in 2015 by the United States Patent Office in Washington, DC  All reflect the ongoing, advanced research taking place at the company headquarters in Troy, New York  Read More...

Three States Select Thermal Inspection Equipment by IEM Corporation to Improve Weigh Station Screeni,   

TROY, NY - IEM Corporation, a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, is proud to have been selected by the states of Tennessee, Montana and Colorado to integrate its SIRISTMthermal brake inspection technology into key weigh stations 

SIRIS systems in all three states are currently operational  Read More...

IEM Corporation Awarded Small Business Innovation Research Contracts to Develop Department of Defens,   

TROY, NY - IEM Corporation, a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, is honored to have been awarded a series of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Contracts by the U S  Read More...

IEM Corporation Awarded Phase II Small Business Innovation Research Contract to Develop Bridge Hit D,   

TROY, NY - IEM Corporation, a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, is honored to have been awarded a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract by the U S  Read More...

NYSERDA Awards Development Contract for Non-Contact Electronic Wheel Gauge,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

TROY, NY - IEM Corporation, a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, is honored to have been awarded a contract by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) for advanced development of non-contact electronic wheel gauge  Previously, NYSERDA had supported the evolution of IEM hand-held measurement technology and now continues with the next generation of development  Read More...

IEM Awarded Contract to Develop a Personal Air Safety System for NIOSH,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

TROY, NY - IEM Corporation, a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, is honored to have been awarded a contract to develop a new man-wearable sensor system to the Occupational Safety and Health, Mine Safety Health Administration (NIOSH)  This Personal Air Safety System (PASS) is capable of detecting dangerous levels of NO2 and carbon monoxide in underground mining operations and will track exposure, measure current dosages, and alert when exposure reaches dangerous levels  Read More...

IEM Developing Comprehensive Real Time Monitoring System for Major Transit System,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

TROY, NY - IEM Corporation, a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, has partnered with a major US city transit system to develop a comprehensive technology for continual monitoring of rail activities 

Rail and transit operations in urban settings often generate noise, vibration, and other impacts that may adversely affect residents and businesses along the rail route  Read More...

IEM to Advance Development of WISENet™ Wireless Sensor Network for Railroad Monitoring,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

TROY, NY - IEM Corporation, a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, was selected to participate in a technology review sponsored by a consortium of Class I railroads interested in developing broad specifications for railroad monitoring using wireless sensors and sensor networks  IEM will advance the development of its WISENet™ wireless sensor architecture which builds a network based on using a rail car as a basic unit  Read More...

IEM to Develop Innovative Wireless Pressure Sensor for Wind Tunnel Tests,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

TROY, NY - IEM Corporation, a worldwide leader in the development and production of innovative sensor-based systems for the intelligent transportation industry, has negotiated a targeted project with a major US aerospace manufacturer to develop a new, wireless technology for measuring dynamic air pressure on wing flight surfaces during wind tunnel tests 

Under current practice, wind tunnel testing requires a complex, time consuming process of running thousands of feet of tubing to specially developed ports on the wing surfaces  Read More...

IEM Deploys SIRIS™ Thermal Inspection System at Weigh Station in Tennessee,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

IEM has deployed it's latest version of SIRIS™ thermal inspection system for commercial vehicles at a truck weight station on I-70 in central Tennessee   This system, like previous installations, provides vehicle inspectors at the station with a means for pre-screening vehicles to assess the condition of brakes, tires, and wheel bearings  Read More...

IEM Advances Phase II Development of Technology to Prevent Highway Bridge Accidents ,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

Under a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research Program Contract, the Federal Highway Administration will support IEM's ongoing development of a highway-based technology to accurately detect when a travelling vehicle is too late to pass under an overpass or through a tunnel   

This Intelligent Dimension Evaluation and Alert System will detect oversize vehicles and provide an alert to prevent that vehicle from continuing  Read More...

NYSERDA to Support Development of WISEFlaw™ Wheel Defect Detection System,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority co-funds the development of a much needed addition to IEM's current suite of WISE™ wheel inspection tools for wayside railroad inspection   The WISEFlaw™ wheel defect detection system will address a long-standing safety concern for identifying railroad wheels that have significant faults that could result in inefficient operation or, under some conditions, catastrophic events such as derailment  Read More...

IEM receives funding from National Academy of Sciences,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

IEM receives funding from National Academy of Sciences to develop prototype for non-contact version of its electronic wheel gauge
International Electronic Machines Corporation (IEM) has maintained a leadership role in development of cutting edge technologies for management of railroad wheels  Our original and subsequent Miniature Electronic Wheel Gauge virtually revolutionized the industry by bringing accurate, fast, and repeatable wheel measurements to the industry  Read More...

NASA selects IEM to develop wireless rotorcraft torque measurement,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

NASA selects IEM to develop wireless rotorcraft torque measurements system 
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has awarded a Phase I proof of concept contract to International Electronic Machines Corporation (IEM) for development of an Adaptive Rotorcraft Condition and Usage Tracking System  Read More...

IEM to develop advanced vision system for Navy unmanned surface vehicles,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

The US Navy has awarded International Electronic Machines Corporation (IEM) a Phase I proof of concept contract for development of a Smart Integrated Situational Awareness System  The immediate objective for this program involves developing a capability to detect, characterize, classify, and track a variety of targets from unmanned surface vehicles operating in littoral waters  Read More...

Welcome to IEM's New Web Site,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

IEM published our new and much improved web site on January 10, 2012  This site highlights the broad span of IEM's capabilities, core competencies, and market areas  Read More...

IEM Advances Thermal Imaging for Transportation Safety and Security Applications,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

All objects emit thermal radiation  In recent years the availability of affordable imaging sensors and cameras capable of detecting and measuring this radiation has made it possible to use thermal imaging in a variety of transportation related applications  Read More...

IEM Announces the Completed Installation of the Most Technically Advanced Supersite,   
Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017

International Electronic Machines Corporation (IEM) is pleased to announce the completed installation of its High Speed Supersite in Voorheesville, NY  IEM’s system will detect, measure, evaluate, and flag rail wheel sets as they move through the site at speeds up to 80 miles per hour  Read More...

“Smart” Technology Provides Cost-Effective Solution to Improve Highway Safety ,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

An innovative and cost-effective approach to helping public safety officials prevent trucking accidents is currently under development  The U  Read More...

IEM develops a smart-video based method for detecting, tracking, and identifying potential intrusion,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

The majority of lethal train accidents occur at grade crossings, where the rail intersects with a public road or street  Many of these accidents are the result of deliberate action on the part of pedestrians or drivers who ignore signals and even evade barriers placed in their way  Read More...

GE Employs IEM’s Mini-Electronic Wheel Gauge in Three Countries,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

While IEM’s broad-based business interests continue to expand, almost daily, with new developments in such areas as WISE, SIRIS and wireless sensors, one can’t forget the EWG (Electronic Wheel Gauge)! The original EWG, IEM’s premier product that got the company started some 24 years ago, was updated a few years ago and adopted by several key railroad customers  Recently GE Transportation, which manages locomotive maintenance for several key railroads worldwide, has increased their commitment to IEM’s Mini-EWG with an order for many NEW gauges  Read More...

Federal Railroad Administration Awards IEM Contract to Develop Smart Grade Crossing Monitor,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

International Electronic Machines Corporation (IEM) announces the award of a two-year contract for continued development of a video-based Smart Grade Crossing Monitor  IEM will advance technology originally developed under a proof of concept contract from FRA that was completed in the fall of 2010  Read More...

International Electronic Machines of Troy Receives $250,000 From NYSERDA to Advance Work on Infrared,   
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016

High-Speed Imaging Has Potential to Save Fuel, Reduce Inspections While Increasing Truck Safety

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has awarded $250,000 to International Electronic Machines (IEM) Corp  of Troy for the firm to continue developing equipment that inspects truck wheels and tires using infrared technology  Read More...