Since the very beginning Temeso has been focused to better understand needs of client and to provide the solution needed.
About the company
Ltd. “Temeso” is a company that works in the fields of aeronautics, mechanical engineering, and other related industries, mainly providing target drone manufacturing and piloting services. The company has been operating since 2015.
Temeso is always on lookout to expand our technical knowledge to grow ourselves and our clients and to provide more in-house capabilities to our manufacturing. We have a strong ongoing cooperation with various departments of Riga Technical University.
Engaging in industry and EU projects
Since 2020 we are members of the Federation of Security and Defence Industries of Latvia (DAIF).
We are members of the Mechanical Engineering and Metalworking Industry Association (MASOC). We actively involve Riga Technical University MTAF students in training and work in the company to provide first work experience opportunity for young professionals during their studies.
Project „Metal processing cluster development” Project No. CAP / 126.96.36.199.0 / 12/01/007
In 2018, Temeso, with the help of the Baltic Environment Forum and the European Union LIFE Program project "Baltic Pilot Measures to Reduce Emissions of Substances and Substances of Substitution and Resource Efficiency" (LIFE Fit for REACH, LIFE14 ENV / LV / 000174) and the Latvian Environmental Protection Fund, implemented the support modernization of the company, reducing the use of hazardous substances in daily work.
During 2021/2022. SIA "Temeso" implemented project no. VP-L-2021/108 under the European Regional Development Fund project "Technology Transfer Program" (project identification number 188.8.131.52/16/I/001) in the Innovation Voucher Program to Study the vibrations of an unmanned aerial vehicle (fixed-wing) internal combustion engine in different in working modes, develop vibration damping guidelines and specific constructive solutions including an assessment of the negative impact of vibrations on the aircraft structure and autopilot system.