Aerospace

Teledyne e2v provides key enabling technologies for space, military and civil aerospace platforms.

Our hi-rel processors, sensors and sub-systems are used in avionics, Earth observation satellites, planetary exploration and the largest space telescopes.

With an eye to the future we are also developing and commercialising the next generation of quantum technologies for space applications.

Space represents the most uncompromising of application environments, and consequently there are major engineering challenges associated with it. The space-grade digital and mixed signal devices developed by Teledyne e2v offer an optimal balance of performance, reliability and cost effectiveness.

As with space based applications the civil and military aerospace industry also demands the highest levels of product assurance, quality, service and support, backed by a proven history of reliable and traceable supply of which Teledyne e2v meets ESA, NASA, Mil-Spec, ARINC and AS standards.

Space Imaging & Remote Sensing Solutions

Teledyne imaging’s sensor portfolio for remote sensing covering the complete range of imaging techniques in the visible spectrum including panchromatic, multi-spectral, pan-sharpened and hyper-spectral. Specialist X-ray, ultraviolet (UV) and infrared solutions are also available. Technologies and capabilities include AI, CMOS, CCD, TDI, focal planes, TEC’s and space grade camera electronics.

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Semiconductor Devices

Space represents the most uncompromising of application environments, and consequently there are major engineering challenges associated with it. The space-grade digital and mixed signal devices developed by Teledyne e2v offer an optimal balance of performance, reliability and cost effectiveness.

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Quantum & Cold Atom Sensors

With the rapid commercialisation of space and advantages of lower Earth orbit, understanding atmospheric drag on a satellite will have considerable benefit. Teledyne e2v are collaborating with STFC RALSpace and University of Birmingham in the development of a cold atom quantum-technology based instrument in preparation for a future space mission to take sensitive measurements of atmospheric drag.

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