News & Updates
PME products are deployed on all continents and 75% of the seas and oceans worldwide. Read more about how our products perform in the most complex water environments and how we continue to innovate for new applications.
If you are a first-time miniDOT® Logger user or if you are curious about what anti-fouling options are available for the miniDOT, watch the below... Continue Reading
In a video interview with PME, Dr. Michael Burin from California State University, San Marcos explains how he used PME’s MSCTI PN probe in a... Continue Reading
PME is excited to attend the first-ever virtually held National Monitoring Conference hosted by the National Water Quality Monitoring Council! Although we’ll miss seeing you... Continue Reading
PME is excited to announce the arrival of our all-new product, the microDOT Logger, which is adapted from the miniDOT® Logger specifically to meet our... Continue Reading
Precision Measurement Engineering is proud to partner with Turner Designs in unveiling the C-FLUOR, the latest line of fluorescence and turbidity water monitoring probes.... Continue Reading
It was recently announced that Precision Measurement Engineering (PME) made the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America list for 2020. This marks the... Continue Reading
At PME our goal is to provide you with exceptionally accurate monitoring devices. In late June we made strides to ensure our product reliability... Continue Reading
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently issued a report which states that the effects of climate change, particularly with regard to rising sea... Continue Reading
Coral Reefs provide food, shelter, and beauty; conserving them helps secure their benefits for future generations.
The Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM) returns to San Diego, CA February 16-21, 2020. The theme of this year’s meeting, For a Resilient Planet, is focused... Continue Reading
Kristin Elliott, CEO of Precision Measurement Engineering was recognized, along with other women business owners, for contributions to the local economy of Vista, CA.
The Pacific Ocean Blob is making a comeback, damaging ecosystems up and down the Northwest Coast.