The offer consists of Finite Elements Method (FEM) analyses that allow an accurate prediction of the performance of materials under quasi-stationary a ...Read more
Why ESA broker Germany?
As a technology broker for ESA we focus on adapting technologies that were developed for space programmes for non-space applications. This includes the transfer of software- and hardware-related technologies such as to commercial applications of satellite systems, but also the transfer of know-how such as development processes and methodologies used in the space business. We assess market needs in the non-space sectors and match those needs with existing or novel space technologies or services. In addition, we also support the transfer process itself.
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For the SLSTR instrument (Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometer) of the Sentinel 3 satellite, infrared detector arrays were developed for six di ...Read more
Fibre composite pressure tanks are increasingly used in space flight due to their high capacity for pressure retaining and their lightweight design. ...Read more
The basic problem in removing gases or gaseous pollution by suction is the weak suction velocity in free space. ...Read more
The hydrogen sensor is a system originally dedicated for space applications particularly suitable for measurements below 1.000 ppm H2. ...Read more
The technology is based on a combination of RFID and piezo actuation and sensing technology. ...Read more
The advanced technical ceramics aluminium oxide (Al2O3) is the most well known and cost effective ceramic material. ...Read more
By means of the powder metallurgical process which involves spray compaction, the high-alloy smelter solidifies extremely quickly. ...Read more