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  1. 1. 04.06.2013Page 1 FBICompany presentation
  2. 2. 04.06.2013Page 2 FBI• General Information• Products•Business DevelopmentOutline
  3. 3. 04.06.2013Page 3 FBISmS tenzotherm GmbH is a Russian-German companyactive in the field of research, development and salesof sensor-devices, thermoelectric devices and oxygen analyzermade of samarium sulfide.About us:Samarium Strain-Sensors ThermoelectricsSmS tenzotherm Rus, Ltd. – subsidiary company ofSmS tenzotherm GmbH, was formed specially for R&D
  4. 4. 04.06.2013Page 4 FBILocations•SmS tenzotherm GmbH•Dortmund, GermanyPilot Line•SmS tenzotherm Ltd•St.Petersburg, RussiaSubsidiary•Ioffe Physical TechnicalInstitut•St.Petersburg, RussiaResearch
  5. 5. 04.06.2013Page 5 FBITeamSmS tenzotherm GmbHDortmund, GermanyBernd Meyer (Dipl.-Kfm.)Chief Executive Officer (CEO)Founding shareholderBernd has 20+ years’ experience in founding and managing hightech start-ups with international operation from incorporation toexit with proven track record on Russian-German companies suchas Innolume and OptoGaN.SmS tenzotherm RUS LtdSt.Petersburg, RussiaAndrey A. Molodykh (Dipl.-Ing.-Phys.)Chief Executive Officer (CEO of Ltd)Founding shareholderAndrey has 20-year experience in setting up and directing high-techcompanies in the field of telecommunications, security andmeasuring equipment. His specialization is technology and designof semiconductor integrated circuits.Vladimir V. Kaminski (Prof. Dr. Sc.)Chief (CSO)Founding shareholder30 years experience in investigating SmS, head of laboratory in IoffeInstitute. Leading scientists in the field of rare-earthsemiconductors, busy with SmS since 1975: >150 papers, 16patents and priority certificates. Inventor oftenzoresistive, thermovoltaic and cooling effects in SmS
  6. 6. 04.06.2013Page 6 FBI• General Information• Products•Business DevelopmentOutline
  7. 7. 04.06.2013Page 7 FBITwo Product Lines• Strain Sensors• Thermoelectrics…measure forcesto prevent RISKS…recover waste heatto generate ELECTRICITY
  8. 8. 04.06.2013Page 8 FBI 8ThermoelectricsThermoelectrical generators SmS Generation without additional cooling High efficiency >15% Compact sized in comparizon with existing converters Can be designed as thin filmsApplication fields Photovoltaic (solar panels), increasing efficiency intwo times by adding to Silicon panel. Saving costs by25% Automotive Autonom power sources for field applications Heat utilization at power stationsMarket - $ 1.3+ billions in 2012 According EPIA Research market size for solarenergetic will be of $ 17.3 billions to 2012 Part of thermoelectrical generators will be 8%of the solar energetic market, i.e. $ 1.3billions Growth - 30% annualyCommon thermoelectricGenerator (Seebek)SmS generatorHeat sourcegeneratorcoolingHeat sourcegeneratorMarket valuation [2012] [2017] [2020]World marketIn quantitative terms, mln. pcs 85 350 800In monetary terms, bln. $ 1,3 4,8 10,6Russian marketIn quantitative terms, kpcs. 300 1000 2000In monetary terms, mln. $ 4 15 35Model name(Producer, Country) CurrentstageEfficiency, % Working temperaturerange, оСPower density, W/cm3 Specific cost, $/WSmS TEG (SmS tenzotherm, Germany) Development > 30 From 30 to 500 10,3 (ΔT=0 oC) < 5G2-56-0352 (Tellurex, USA) On the market 5 to 350 1,9 (ΔT=200 oC) > 8TGM-287-1,0-2,5 (Kryotherm, Russia) On the market 3.2 to 200 0,22 (ΔT=100 oC) > 35eTEG HV56 (Nextreme, USA) Development < 7 to 300 No data > 500Solutions existing on the market (competitors)
  9. 9. 04.06.2013Page 9 FBI 9Competitive advantagesParametersKyowa(Japan)BCM-Sensor(Belgium)SmStenzotherm(Germany)Material Si Si SmSResistance, Оhm 60 - 10000 15 - 1000 400 - 50000Size, mm 2 – 5 2,6 - 3,8 0,5 - 50Gage factor (K) 100 – 225 80 - 150 20 - 200Working temperaturerange, оС-50 to +150 -50 to +80 -200 to +400Linearity of output signal - - +Stability against radiation - - +Stability against strongmagnetic fields - - +Bending possibility - - +Price, $/pcs. > 80 > 10 <10Application fields Construction Load cells Weighting Oil / gas production Automotive industry Solar and nuclear energetic Aerospace industryMarket valuation [2012] [2017] [2020]World marketIn quantitative terms, mln. pcs - - -In monetary terms, bln. $ 5 8 10,7Russian marketIn quantitative terms, kpcs. 100 150 200In monetary terms, k$ 620 1 000 1 400Strain gauges
  10. 10. 04.06.2013Page 10 FBI• General Information• Products•Business DevelopmentOutline
  11. 11. 04.06.2013Page 11 FBIBusiness Development : 2012 - 20142012Started in the 70thSalesDevelopmentScientific Research2013 2014 2014From Science Pilot Line Global MarketsContinuous Research on Samariumbased Sensors + ThermoelectricsExclusive Research-Agreement & Technology-TransferIoffe Institute  SmS tenzotherm GmbHProduction
  12. 12. 04.06.2013Page 12 FBIMaterialProductsApplicationsSmS tenzotherm covers the full Value ChainOur pilot line covers the full value chain from material synthesis tofilm- and bulk-technologies for device production up to packagingof modules and system assembly
  13. 13. 04.06.2013Page 13 FBIContactSmS tenzotherm Rus:191036, Russia, Saint-Petersburg,Jukovskogo str 63, office 319www.tenzo-sms.ruSmS-Tenzotherm GmbH:Konrad-Adenauer-Allee 1144263 Dortmund, Germanywww.sms-tenzotherm.deYou are welcome to get in contact with usDeputy director of development:Ilya V. Groshev+7 921 796 6943ilya@tenzo-sms.ruCEO Assistant’s Contact Details:Elena Krestnikova+49 231 477 30 300Elena.Krestnikova@sms-tenzotherm.de

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