TTI Europe will be showing innovative technologies for the defence, aerospace and space markets at electronica. Visitors can learn about the latest technologies covering passives, sensors, connectors and power solutions from the company’s valued manufacturing partners and understand how they are advancing industry.
“The very latest electronic components are helping the industry to improve sustainability while advancing society through addressing the challenges of future urban mobility and high-speed audio-visual communication, and we are proud to be enabling this,” said Lee Thompson, director Industry Marketing – Defence, Aerospace and Space – TTI Europe.
“For example, components such as passives, discrete, interconnect, and sensors are helping engineers to reach new heights in urban mobility. They are playing a vital role in making electric vertical and take off landing aircraft ‘eVTOL flying taxis’, which were once considered science fiction of the future, now a reality.”
Electronic components from its trusted partners are also developing how society communicates, such as the development of low-orbit space satellites, GPS and other systems, which are the backbone for enhancing daily lives.
Visitors to the stand can speak with its experts and find innovative electronic technologies from manufacturing partners, such as sensors from TE, Amphenol and Honeywell, interconnect solutions from TE, Amphenol, ITT Cannon and Souriau. Visitors can also learn more about passive and discrete components from Vishay, Kemet and TT Electronics, as well as sensing systems from Amphenol Sensors and connector solutions from Molex.
electronica 2022, stand C3.578, 15-18 November 2022.