TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, will demonstrate its New Space Electronics® portfolio next month at the 35th Space Symposium. Tapping into its own proven space-grade legacy, TT offers solutions optimised for the unique demands of commercial space applications, coupling reliable performance with affordability.
TT’s rich history of space design and engineering bridges a gap between today’s innovators and heritage expertise. For example, low earth orbit satellites have become popular for enabling improved and more localised Earth observation, surveillance and communication. Yet this application involves an entirely different level of component survivability. Higher volume satellite constellations in low earth orbit are driving a new requirement for increasingly cost-effective components. TT’s New Space Electronics offer strategic options to address this challenge, with products ranging from recognisable discrete components to standard multi-chip array configurations, featuring reduced screening that is fully traceable.
“With the rise of Space 4.0, we are seeing tremendous upswing in the development of smaller, lighter satellites by commercial organisations – and this ‘New Space’ industry has different demands,” said Rob Coleman, Technical Sales Manager, TT Electronics. “At the Space Symposium next month, we will demonstrate how our long-standing expertise in government and scientific space exploration is enabling TT to lead the charge in developing ways for these organisations to attain faster, better, and more cost-effective access to space and spaceflight technologies.”
With a long history of space experience dating back to Voyager II, TT has supplied missions that have visited Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars, as well as soon-to-be-launched missions such as the imminent European GPS service, Galileo. To learn more, visit the TT Electronics design and engineering team at Space Symposium Booth #1340 at the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colo., from 8-11 April, 2019, or click here.