Applied Physics Systems is a leading manufacturer of sensors and systems used in oil field,
industrial and scientific applications. We design and engineer all of the products we supply.
Our primary products are directional sensors, magnetometers and downhole drilling sensors
History: Applied Physics Systems was founded in 1976 by Bill Goodman and for over
thirty years has developed expertise in the design and manufacture of magnetometer
sensors. In the last fifteen years, Applied Physics has developed and expanded its
products for drilling systems, electrical, mechanical, and computer software systems.
Applied Physics Systems is a leader in the manufacture of magnetic field measuring
equipment, including Fluxgate Magnetometers, DC SQUID Magnetometers and Clip-on
Milliammeters. We also manufacture a broad line of Angular Orientation measuring sensors
including Steering Sensors for Directional Drilling applications and miniaturized sensors for
general purpose use.
In addition to our standard products, APS conducts contract research for other organizations
in the fields of its expertise. APS can design and build modified versions of our instruments
as well as completely new instruments to solve your needs for magnetic field measurement,
orientation sensors, steering tools and clip-on milliammeters.
APS is also a world leader in the design and production of Rock Magnetometer systems
and accessories. These systems are produced in partnership with William S. Goree, Inc.
and are sold under the 2G Enterprises name. 2G has its own web site with complete
information on the instruments offered: http://www.2GEnterprises.com
Sunnyvale, California - Applied Physics Systems, Inc. Announces Discontinuation of
the Model 750 Directional Sensor
As of April 1, 2012, Applied Physics Systems will no longer accept orders for Model 750
and Model 850 Directional Sensors rated to 150 deg. C and below.
This action is being taken because certain parts critical to this type of sensor will no longer
be available to Applied Physics Systems. Model 750HT and Model 850HT directional sensors,
which are rated to 175 deg. C, will not be affected by this change.
Sunnyvale, California - Applied Physics Systems, Inc. Announces Availability of
the Model 760 Directional Sensor
Applied Physics Systems announces the April 1 release of the newly designed Model
760 Directional Sensor. The Model 760 is intended to replace all existing Model 750
series directional sensors rated at 150 deg. C or below, which are being discontinued and
taken out of production once all current obligations are fulfilled.
Model 760 Product Enhancements
The Model 760 directional sensor is 100% compatible with existing Model 750 units, and
has the following improvements and new features:
- More rugged sensor package
- More rugged chassis with Max Temperature Indicator
- Accurate inclination while rotationg (at 20 deg. inclination or greater)
- Accurate azimuth while rotating
- Real-time clock
- Real-time rotation detection
- Accurate RPM detection from static to 400 RPM
- Full logging and device history
- Windows-based customer log download program with variables for Max Temperature,
Max Vibration and Max Shock
- Absolute and resettable counters for operational hours
APS has expanded into its new, state-of-the-art production facilities in Sunnyvale, California.
Our new address is 281 East Java Drive, Sunnyvale, CA 94089 USA
Applied Physics Systems has begun field tests in North America of our new Model 600
Near Bit Sub. Designed to be run with the AP-250 EM MWD System, the Model 600
comes in 5” and 6.5” sizes, both with a length of 36”. On-board sensor and electronics
packages provide inclination, azimuthal gamma, vibration, and rotation data, all transmitted
wirelessly to the AP-250 EM MWD System located above the power section of the BHA
where it is then transmitted to the operator on the surface via EM telemetry.
Field testing is expected to last 30-60 days with a commercial product release to follow
upon successful completion.
We're hiring. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information about the
following positions. Include JOB INQUIRY and any reference information in the subject field.
All resumes should be in PDF format. Applied Physics Systems is an EEO Employer. M/F/D/V
We’re looking for experienced Electrical and Mechanical Engineers with specific experience in
oil field applications, sensors (magnetic, accelerometers), and high temperature/high vibration
We’re looking for high-end assemblers with experience in high temperature solder assembly
and complex calibration procedures.
Senior Software Engineer
Applied Physics Systems is searching for a talented, strong, and independent Software
Engineer to join our Windows Development Team, with knowledge of Applications, C#, C, C++,
.NET, Development, WPF, Visual Studio, Microsoft Expression Suite, Databases, TCP/IP,
RS232, physics, oil drilling, directional drilling, telemetry, WindCocoa Touch, iPhone and Android.
- Have a solid understanding of C# application development for the Windows platform using WPF.
- Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills and be able to interact effectively and
professionally with our development staff and with our customers throughout the world.
- Be comfortable with their ability to design applications from the ground up to meet customer
requirements both internal and external.
- Be confident participating in all phases of development: requirements gathering, UI design,
class design and implementation, backend development, database communications, QA,
debugging, and feature improvements.
- Participate in the design, implementation, and ongoing improvement of C# applications
for the Windows Desktop environment.
- Participate in the integration and implementation of highly technical scientific formulae
and methods into C# applications.
- Become proficient in understanding our business needs and market goals.
- BS or MS degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related technical discipline.
- 5+ years experience with development with C# and WPF for Windows Platforms.
- Proven ability to quickly learn and implement unfamiliar technologies.
- Must be self-motivated and able to work independently.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a proven ability to work effectively
with co-workers and interact with customers.
- Coding and/or debugging one or more of the following: C, C++, LabView, Visual Basic.
- Designing and developing C# interaction with databases.
- Designing and developing C# interaction with hardware devices including serial communication.
Find out more about Applied Physics Systems and our products
at these 2014 trade shows:
IADC/SPE Drilling Conference
SPE - Offshore Technology Conf.
Global Petroleum Show
SPE Annual Technical Conference