dSPACE develops and distributes tools for the development of electronic control units (ECUs) and mechatronic systems worldwide. It was one of the companies that created this market segment 30 years ago, and continues to shape it to this day.
The dSPACE systems enable you to reduce development times and costs dramatically when you design ECUs and controllers, which systematically increases your productivity. The reason is an optimal mix of solutions for rapid-control-prototyping, automatic production code generation, and hardware-in-the-loop simulation.
dSPACE products are used in a variety of aerospace applications, ranging from aircraft and propulsion systems to unmanned vehicles and spacecraft.
FT Technologies manufactures the FT205 - a small 100g wind sensor for UAVs. This sensor uses the same proven technology that is used on thousands of wind turbines around the world.
The FT205 is made of a graphite composite for lightness and strength and includes an electronic compass. It gives reliable readings of wind speed up to 75m/s and wind direction as well as air temperature.
FT will be exhibiting the FT205 as well as its heated metal bodied products which are suitable for ground wind measurements.
Speedgoat provides customers in the aerospace & defence domain the quickest way to design with Simulink, prototype and test complex controls, DSP, and vision applications with hardware. The modular and high-performance architecture of Speedgoat target computers and the broad range of I/O and protocol interfaces are especially well-suited for innovations towards electrification and automation.
YASA designs and manufactures lightweight electric motors and inverters at its series production facility near Oxford in the UK.
The company has been developing and manufacturing electric motors for aerospace propeller driven applications for over 5 years and YASA’s current aerospace motor technology features power density in excess of 15kW per kg (peak).