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Mitsubishi signs up to AFRC test facility for metal components

Mitsubishi signs up to AFRC test facility for metal components
Mitsubishi Materials Group has signed up to be the latest member of the University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC), part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. The AFRC will act as a test facility for the development of new products and manufacturing processes, which will be used to produce metal components for use in a range of industries – including oil and gas, aerospace and automotive.
15th August 2016

Fuel efficiency: Air Tahiti Nui choose SkyBreathe

Fuel efficiency: Air Tahiti Nui choose SkyBreathe
Air Tahiti Nui and OpenAirlines signed a contract to implement the software, SkyBreathe Fuel Efficiency, in order to allow the airline to save 2 to 5% of fuel consumption. Taking in account that air transport is responsible for more than 2% of CO2 emissions worldwide (equivalent of Germany's CO2 emissions) as well as 30% of an airline costs, implementing SkyBreathe is a must.
9th August 2016

Lattice structure can absorb wide range of vibrations

Lattice structure can absorb wide range of vibrations
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a lattice structure capable of absorbing a wide range of vibrations while also being useful as a load-bearing component – for example, in propellers, rotors and rockets. It can absorb vibrations in the audible range, which are the most undesirable in engineering applications. Vibrations from a bus engine can sometimes be felt uncomfortably strongly through the seats.
29th July 2016


MIL-DTL-38999 connectors QPL certified for more than 30 years

MIL-DTL-38999 connectors QPL certified for more than 30 years
MIL-DTL-38999 and MIL-DTL-26482 aluminum, composite and stainless steel (class K) connectors from Esterline Connection Technologies – Souriau are QPL certified. The group and its 12 value-added distributors (VAD) based in the USA are able to meet sudden surges in demand whilst maintaining the same high level of service, quality, and on-time delivery.
25th July 2016

Connectors with integrated backshell offer flexibility and versatility

Connectors with integrated backshell offer flexibility and versatility
All-in-one range of 38999 Series III connectors with integrated backshell from Esterline Connection Technologies. This range offers flexibility, versatility and higher performance, and has been available for purchase via SOURIAU's international distribution network since early 2016.
22nd July 2016

World’s smallest computer designed for aerospace applications

World’s smallest computer designed for aerospace applications
e2v has partnered with French electronic design specialists, Adeneo, to develop an innovative, powerful and pocket-sized avionics computer weighing less than 300g. The computer achieves its ultra-compact size by combining e2v’s processing expertise and Adeneo’s state-of-the-art design and manufacturing capabilities.
20th July 2016

Field trial with over 100 military vehicles tests RFID technology

Field trial with over 100 military vehicles tests RFID technology
NXP Semiconductors and Tönnjes and Kirpestein B.V. have, after 12 months of testing in various weather conditions, with over 100 assorted military vehicles and at different speeds, presented the results of the first field trial with IDePLATEs (license plates). The field trial confirmed the secure, robust, effective, and reliable use of RFID technology for vehicle identification. 
14th July 2016

Rad tolerant in amp integrates differential ADC driver

Rad tolerant in amp integrates differential ADC driver
Intersil has announced what it claims to be the industry’s first radiation tolerant 36V in-amp (instrumentation amplifier) featuring an integrated differential ADC driver. The high performance ISL70617SEH differential input, rail-to-rail output in-amp delivers the industry’s highest signal processing performance for low-level sensor telemetry data critical to communication satellites.
12th July 2016

Series of capacitors achieve CV values in high temp

Series of capacitors achieve CV values in high temp
A new series of axial leaded, hermetically sealed wet electrolytic tantalum capacitors has been released by AVX, that achieve supercapacitor CV values in high temperature environments up to 125°C.
11th July 2016

Optimising ship’s engines with virtual sensors

Optimising ship’s engines with virtual sensors
An ETH spin-off, Vir2sense, specialises in the development of virtual testbeds designed to optimise the performance of marine diesel engines. The young entrepreneurs, Christophe Barro and Panagiotis Kyrtatos, hope to sell their product to big shipping companies. In the world of global shipping, deep-sea vessels are the industry’s workhorses, tirelessly transporting goods across the main maritime routes.
11th July 2016


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