MEN launches new standard catalogue and corporate video

For more than 30 years MEN Mikro Elektronik has been a manufacturer of rugged and safety-critical electronics in embedded applications. In its corporate video the company explains its core competencies and the reasons for its success in its target markets. In addition, the revised standard catalogue has been published, showing the flexibility of the MEN product range.

MEN Mikro Elektronik develops and produces failure-safe computer boards and systems for safety-critical mobile markets like railway, buses, agricultural machines, commercial vehicles, avionics and shipbuilding as well as other mission-critical applications in industrial automation and medical engineering.

In order to comply with the demanding and specific requirements of these markets, MEN was the first German company to be certified to EN 9100 (avionics) as well as to IRIS (railway). Only around 10 companies worldwide have been certified to both standards. MEN is also certified to e1 (automotive), ISO 9001:2008 (quality management) and ISO 14001:2005 (environmental management). When it comes to product level, MEN already offers COTS computers certified to SIL 4.

Apart from the know-how and clearly defined processes for gaining the certifications, another aspect plays an important role: from development to production, MEN's products are all from one source and to 100 per cent "˜made in Germany'. MEN's own fully automated production line and an in-house test laboratory guarantee the quality and traceability of the products.

The company's new corporate video delivers insight into the daily working routine and gives more detailed information on MEN's targets and accomplishments. The recently revised catalogue Embedded Solutions for Rail, Road, Air and Sea gives an advanced overview of the complete portfolio of rugged and safe standard products. Various application examples for the corresponding focus markets give a taste of the versatile system designs, which can be adapted or even completely developed to customers' requirements.

For more information about safety-critical electronics visit the website at To view the corporate video please go to, and for the catalogue please go to


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