Always a showcase for cutting-edge technology in aerospace progress, SpaceTech Expo-Europe will have an assortment of magnetics-based solutions on display when it opens in Bremen, Germany on November 14. Advancements in propulsion using Hall-effect thrusters for microsatellites, magnetometry and component designs will be among the solutions exhibited. ExoTerra, Enpulsion and Thermocoax are among the companies involved in Hall-effect thrusters. Other exhibitors involved in magnetic technologies include Bartington Instruments, Pfeiffer Vacuum, Stirling Cryogenics, plus numerous others. Magnetics Magazine is a long-time media partner of the event.
Hall-Effect sensing is a sizeable business. Used to detect magnetic fields in many industries, it is estimated to be valued in the range of $1 billion-plus globally. So it should come as no surprise when […]
Bruker, a leading manufacturer of magnetic resonance imaging equipment, is working on the development of a powerful new system for the biomedical industry designed to advance the use of MRI equipment in oncology and neuroscience research. It would […]