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Smallest multicore avionics computer

e2v and Adeneo partner to create the world’s smallest, multicore computer, for aerospace applications

Foam-core cable

New ultra-low-loss coaxial microwave cable provides customised and off-the-shelf options

Video borescopes for remote visual inspection

Ability to inspect the interior of engines, turbines, pumps, motors, tubing and pipelines without costly disassembly

Accuracy and repeatability in precision dispensing and dosing

For applications in sectors such as electronics and semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace, medical device assembly and pharmaceuticals

Accuracy and repeatability in precision dispensing and dosing

For applications in sectors such as electronics and semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace, medical device assembly and pharmaceuticals

Multicore cable

Hybrid solution combines multiple cable options in single product

7½-digitdigital multimeter

Tackles challenging applications that require smarter test systems in industries ranging from consumer electronics to aerospace and defence

Why is high dielectric strength now a key driver in power tube specification?

As multi-sector technological developments continue to demand smaller parts with higher performance and improved longevity, Joerg-Uwe Wichert, explores why specifying power tubes with an increased dielectric strength is becoming increasingly important in high-voltage applications, particularly at high temperatures

In search of the perfect purge

Weld purge monitor reads from atmospheric level of oxygen (20.94%), down to one part per million (0.0001%)

Missile flies with first 3D printed connector

Engineers have used an entirely digital process to design and fabricate a connector backshell in half the time of traditional methods

Compact system-on-module uses Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC

Aimed multi-tasking embedded systems in the automotive, broadcast, communications, industrial, medical, test and measurement markets

Aerospace supplier squeeze – ways out?

The aerospace and defence industry today struggles with a duality: defence-driven segments take hits due to significant governmental budget cuts, while commercial aircraft manufacturing is enjoying double-digit growth. Kurt Baes, Willem Romanus, Mattias Banck of Arthur D Little

Moisture problems can easily be mist …

Not only can this compromise safety but it can damage the electronics, navigation or power systems

Building a specialist pilot plant for the production of high value nano-structured powders

Advanced powders will be able to be used in a number of high value manufacturing applications such as cutting tools, medical implants and a range of aerospace and automotive components

Rust removal gel helps tackle trillions in losses

Designed for applications where immersion is not possible, the gel can visibly remove rust in as little as 20 minutes

30 seconds to industrial automation take off

Jonathan Wilkins explains how industrial automation is setting up camp on the International Space Station

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