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2011-05-23 Using energy harvesting implementations in aircraft design
Learn about the process of monitoring an aircrafts health that incorporates sensors, artificial intelligence and analytical techniques.
2002-02-25 Troubleshooting aircraft systems using the DaqBook/120
This application note describes how the DaqBook/120's A/D performance and programmable channel/gain sequencer make the system particularly useful for applications, such as aircraft system testing, that require flexibility, high channel-count and speed requirements.
2010-03-29 RF test set rolls for aircraft radio altimeters
The ALT-8000 is a lightweight universal test set for 4.3GHz FMCW radio altimeters and pulse radio altimeters with a large 12-inch color touchscreen for ease of use.
2009-06-01 Nanosensors spot bridge, aircraft defects
Nanocomposites are being developed to audit the safety of bridges and aircraft by embedding nanotubes into sensors that change conductivity when cracks or other structural defects occur.
2009-09-17 MHI opens aircraft component plant in Vietnam
MHI Aerospace Vietnam Co. Ltd completed construction of a commercial aircraft component production plant.
2008-05-16 ITT readies connectors for aircraft data network systems
ITT Interconnect Solutions has expanded its line of connector solutions for aircraft data network systems.
2007-10-03 Carbon nanotubes find, fix aircraft wing defects
Carbon nanotubes can find and fix defects in aircraft wings and other polymer composites.
2003-05-07 Aircraft manufacturer adopts Teradyne test solution
Teradyne Inc. has been selected by Boeing Co. to manufacture and market a new automatic test system for its airplane avionics components.
2004-10-12 Actel IP core improves aircraft comm performance
Actel released an IP core designed to reduce development time and improve the performance of aircraft communications systems.
2010-09-28 Wireless-in-the-Sky soon to take off
AP Avionx bagged production orders from Row 44 for server management units and modem data units for an in-flight broadband system that can provide wireless connectivity and other services to airline passengers.
2003-03-18 Teledyne provides fiber-optic modules to Harris
Teledyne Technologies Inc. has received a $4 million contract from Harris Corp. for the development and initial production of a family of fiber-optic transmitters and receivers to be used for the avionics subsystems of a Joint Strike Fighter aircraft.
2016-04-27 IoT security spending to hit nearly $550M by 2018
Gartner forecast that IoT security spending growth will pick up significantly after 2020, as improved skills, organisational change and more scalable service options improve execution.
2009-03-12 Digging up a mechanical, electronic beauty
Here is a teardown of a Sperry Flight Systems Vertical Gyro, a surplus from a Boeing 747 aircraft and a strikingly beautiful piece of mechanical and electronic craftsmanship.
2006-07-20 Battery-powered plane beats Wright Flyer
Matsushita and the Tokyo Institute of Technology developed an airplane that flew about a quarter of a mile near Tokyo using Oxyride dry cells as the power source.
2007-10-01 Sensor nets monitor safety-critical structures 24/7
Structural health monitoring a sensor-based preemptive approach that could supplement the current system of visual inspections and follow-on tests of bridges, buildings, aircraft and other safety-critical structures.
2013-01-15 Scientists forge world's lightest glass nanofibres
University of Southampton's Optoelectronics Research Centre has claimed to have created the strongest, lightest weight silica nanofibres which can be used in aircraft, speedboats and helicopters.
2002-10-18 SatCon to design power converter for U.S. Navy
SatCon Technology Corp. has been awarded a $1.1 million contract from EDO Corp., Marine and Aircraft Systems, for the design and development of a power converter for a new mine sweeping system for the U.S. Navy.
2014-10-14 Radical polymers bring novel benefits to PV cells, batteries
Purdue University researchers developed an emerging class of electrically conductive plastics that promise transparent solar cells and ultrathin antistatic coatings for consumer electronics and aircraft.
2007-10-12 Multibillion market awaits energy harvesting tech
In application areas as diverse as aircraft construction, personal health care monitoring systems or burglary detection systems, energy harvesting is on the verge of developing a market with a multibillion dollar potential.
2011-01-19 Modular subrack targets military apps
Schroff grows its europacPRO line of modular subracks with a version for military systems, aircraft, power generation and other demanding environments.
2010-05-31 MEMS gyro improves helicopter flight safety
ADI is providing its high-performance iMEMS gyroscope technology for a new aircraft flight safety and training tool developed by Appareo Systems.
2006-04-17 Java preps dive into real-time role
Java is expected to play a bigger role in real-time applications, particularly in the military, unmanned aircraft, newly deployed systems and telematics.
2007-03-27 In-flight phoning: FCC snubs, Europe replies
While the Federal Communications Commission is moving to kill the idea of cellphone service on commercial aircraft in the United States, European regulatory agencies remain positive on in-flight mobile phone calling.
2015-04-16 Gesture-controlled windows improves air passenger experience
Vision Systems' Nuance SPD-Smart electronically dimmable windows allow aircraft passengers to use gestures to control the tint of their aircraft windows, much like those used to operate a smartphone.
2008-04-23 ExpressCard interfaces designed for avionics testing
GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms has introduced three RoHS-compliant ExpressCard interfaces for testing critical aircraft systems.
2002-02-04 Color Kinetics partners with B/E Aerospace on LED lighting
LED illumination manufacturer Color Kinetics Inc. has teamed up with B/E Aerospace Inc., a manufacturer of cabin interior products for commercial aircraft and business jets, to provide aircraft interiors with intelligent LED systems.
2008-04-21 Boeing, Tata to run aerodynamic simulations on Eka superPC
Boeing and Computational Research Laboratory, a unit of India's Tata Group, will test and validate a supercomputer to run aerodynamic simulations for the aircraft maker, reported Reuters.
2002-07-22 Airbus to use time-triggered protocol on A380
TTTech ComputertechnikAir AG took a major step forward in the aerospace market recently by finding a spot on board the new Airbus A380 aircraft.
2007-09-14 Active filter protects DC/DCs to military standards
XP Power's DSF500 is designed to protect DC/DC converters from the surges, spikes and ripples that are typically found on the electrical system of any military platform, such as an aircraft or vehicle.
2008-01-11 64Kbyte FRAM RFID tag debuts for aviation
Fujitsu has developed the world's first 64Kbyte UHF-band RFID tag with high-capacity FRAM for aircraft apps.
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