The floor plan for Space Tech Expo USA is filling up fast. In the last month, the show has welcomed NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center (AFRC), Motiv Space Systems, Inc., Fraunhofer SPACE, DM3D Technology LLC, Taber Industries and more!
For several years, Exxelia Technologies has been conducting extensive work to miniaturize the multilayer ceramic capacitors suitable for space use. Two different methods can be used to achieve this goal.
Miniaturization is a driving need for future power electronics. This need gives rise to the trend toward surface mounting devices, which allows the manufacture of increasingly compact equipment that is cheaper to produce and put on orbit.
Cirris’s Easy Touch Pro cable tester has all the capabilities of its predecessor, the Easy Touch, and now includes updates that make it even more powerful. This tester combines Cirris testing technology and Windows 10 in one compact unit.
Space Tech Expo spoke to Christopher Campbell, President and CEO of AssetSmart, to find out more about his role, the changing industry and what sets AssetSmart apart from other software solution companies.
SCHURTER showcases its new High-Current Space Fuse (HCSF) for space applications requiring fuse performance at higher rated currents. The HCSF is rated from 5 to 15A @ 125VDC, with a high breaking capacity of 1,000A.
Many years of intensive cooperation in research and development between SCHURTER and the European Space Agency (ESA) have led to the incorporation of new technologies and products for protecting electronic modules in space applications.
Throughout human history, we’ve experienced technological advancements that pushed the boundaries of the possible. So far we’ve been able to visit the moon, transplant artificial organs to human beings, invent the internet.
Chameleon Concept Magnetic (CCM) technology was developed by Exxelia Magnetics to respond to the growing interest in reliable COTS inductors and transformers with multiple outputs, high power density and reduced footprint.