Sister show in the US – Space Tech Expo USA opens to thousands of space tech industry representatives from around the world for an exciting three days of exhibition and activity at this vast, free-to-attend expo for the space and defense sector.
TT Electronics is heavily involved in the move towards more-electric aircraft (MEA) design. The reasons behind MEA are simple: to reduce the weight of the aircraft, and so minimise fuel consumption and cut harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
Additive manufacturing (AM) is emerging as a key application for materials information technology leader, Granta Design. The Cambridge, UK-based company helps aerospace organisations manage their vital material and process information.
The evolution of power distribution in spacecraft is moving in the direction of modular architecture. In particular, the secondary power distribution from the satellite bus to the modules can be made more efficient by applying modular design and standard power interfaces.
New exhibitors this month also include Airbus Safran Launchers, ASA Astrosysteme, ARROW, Electronic Concept Europe, EOS GmbH, Altair Engineering, W.L.Gore, Microsemi, Polytec, Interface Welding, Specialty Coating Systems and more!
During high-level vibration test on a heavy specimen, the test engineer often faces difficulties passing the specified vibration level due to coupling between the specimen under test and the electrodynamic shaker.
The possibility of almost arbitrary complexity of additive manufactured (AM) components using 3D printers enables design engineers to, for example, build lightweight structures with optimal force transmission.
OROS is a global manufacturer and solution provider of noise and vibration measurement systems: instruments, software and services. It has mastered the latest technology for data acquisition and digital signal processing as well as application-oriented software for testing and measurement.