M2M was created in 2003 from the merging of two cultures: laboratories and nondestructive testing service companies. The company offers standard and advanced phased-array technologies and systems to meet both industrial and research requirements. M2M also focuses on innovation and benefits from a strong partnership with CEA* to develop tomorrow's technologies. M2M is now a team of more than 55 highly-qualified people with skills in electronics, software engineering, and nondestructive testing. To satisfy international customers, the company relies on a dozen of worldwide distributors and its three subsidiaries M2M do BrasilM2M China and M2M NDT, inc. in the USA.

*CEA: French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission - Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives) 


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M2M develops, manufactures and sells ultrasonic phased-array systems for nondestructive testing. In 10 years, M2M has developed a big variety of products from massively-parallel systems (256+ channels) to portable systems. Used worldwide by integrators as well as research laboratories, M2M addresses all NDT markets aerospace, metallurgy, oil and gas, power generation and automotive. M2M systems come with cutting-edge functionalities like advanced ultrasound imaging, Surface Adapting Ultrasound (SAUL), Total Focusing Methods (TFM), Ultra-fast parallel inspections, and smart flexible arrays to meet industrial requirements (production and maintenance).

M2M also offers support and training services and works with probe manufacturers and integrators to offer complete packaged solutions. More than 600 systems have been deployed in 25 countries for maintenance and production operations. M2M systems are also widely used by laboratories because of high specifications and openness.

The complete product range can be found in the products section.




Nondestructive testing (NDT). NDT is used to ensure quality and structural integrity during manufacturing and maintenance operations. Nondestructive evaluation covers a large variety of inspection techniques including phased-array ultrasound (UT), eddy current (ET) and radiography (RT) and is routinely used by many industries including aerospace, power generation and petrochemical. The medical and NDT worlds have a lot in common and share the same goal: achieving high-resolution imaging without harming or damaging the patient/test specimen. Ultrasonic phased arrays are increasingly used in both fields because of higher resolution and productivity.