Frost & Sulivan recognized OXIS Energy with the 2014 Innovation Award for Technology Innovation! read more
OTD is Norways largest annual Oil, Gas and Energy Exhibition with approx. 25.000 visitors during the 2 days OMNI introduced the OMNI Power Concept offering customized inductive battery and charging solutions for the oil and gas industry. Read more..
Next Generation Battery Technology
Since 2005 OXIS Energy (OXIS) has spearheaded the Next Generation of Batteries, pioneering rechargeable Lithium Sulfur technology. The company has developed its unequalled Technology around sulfur based cathode materials, highly stable electrolyte systems and anodes made of lithium metal. Read more..
Successfull Battery Seminar
Our Battery Seminar took place august 28th on
Scandic Oslo Airport Hotel and turned out to be a great success. Read more..
Hans H. Schive increases the competence level
To meet customer increased requirements to workmanship, Wenche Aanonsen and Camilla Roset of Hans H. Schive AS has successfully completed the IPC J-STD-001 Training and Certification Program. Read more...
OXIS Energy and Hans H. Schive to collaborate on the development of Lithium Sulfur Batteries
Oxis and Schive have concluded a new partnership deal that combines OXIS's expertise in the development of the next generation of cell technology with one of Schive's specialities - designing and manufacturing battery packs.Read more...
Approved by the Civil Aviation Authority.
As a part of our HSE Management Policy, Hans H. Schive has been certified and registred by the Civil Aviation Authority under the EU's shipping database (RACK). Read more...
FilesThruTheAir from Lascar
FilesThruTheAir™ Cloud service, taking
Lascar's WiFi sensors to a new level, unlocking them from the PC
and allowing them to be managed and monitored over the internet
from any location in the world. Read
Hold-Up Solution 9-45V & 16-80V DC/DC Converter Compatible
The GAIA Converter Hold up Device HUGD-300 provides a state-of-the-art solution to the problem of maintaining electronic system in operation during input bus drop-out. Usually the approach to this is to use very large capacitors since they are charged by the voltage at the time of power failure. Read more