Aerospace & Defence
Spectrum control introduces emission security power EMI filter
Spectrum Control, a specialist in EMI protection, introduces an emission security power EMI filter that features a space-saving design and effectively eliminates conducted electromagnetic interference emanations for an added level of data protection.
100 years of tackling military communication
Before the First World War, military forces attached radio antennas to kites to send them to the heights needed to get a signal and successfully transmit messages.
Ranatec to build advanced signal processing hardware for SKAO initiative
Ranatec, a part of the Qamcom group and supplier of specialised test and measurement equipment for RF and microwave applications, announces it has been appointed by Qamcom Research and Technology to build the industrialised advanced signal processing hardware for the Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO).
UARX and Sener have partnered to work on OSSIE Orbital transfer vehicle
UARX Space and Sener have partnered to work on the first Spanish Orbital Transfer Vehicle. The agreement was signed in Madrid.
What has the James Webb Space Telescope taught us?
Launched on Christmas Day 2021, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has since pioneered astronomy providing us invaluable insights into the universe, so let's reflect and look at some of the key things the JWST has taught us.
IAI and 2Excel Aviation develop the use of UAS in UK airspace
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and 2Excel Aviation have signed an agreement to forge ahead in developing the future use of uncrewed aerial systems (UAS) in UK airspace.
Hanwha Phasor signs agreement to join OneWeb’s Family of Terminals
Satellite Technology company Hanwha Phasor has signed a User Terminal Development Agreement with OneWeb, the global communications company powered from space.
Hadean to power synthetic environment for AI-enabled laser systems LVC training
British spatial computing company, Hadean, is set to participate in the inaugural industry-led event October Sky in Sydney, Australia, and pair with AI driven laser company, AIM Defence, to power a synthetic environment for AIM’s Fractl C-UAS to be integrated with Hadean’s Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) training environments.
Honeywell and Aegiq collaborate on innovative tech for small satellites
Honeywell and Aegiq, a quantum networking and computing company, have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore creating a comprehensive solution to enable more precise and cost-effective design and deployment of space payloads and related ground assets.
Babcock strengthens its data capabilities in defence
Babcock International Group (Babcock) is strengthening its digital defence capabilities through an Enterprise Agreement (EA) with Palantir Technologies UK announced at DSEI.