The NASA exhibit a human adventure will be on show for 6 months at the jaarbeurs in Utrecht. As part of the Dutch addition called Dutch Dimensions, the Bison 45 sunsensor will be on display. Being displayed alongside the more conventional sunsensors currently available on the market, the decreased size can be easily confirmed.
The Bison 45 prototype sunsensor has been on display in the Axon booth at the le Bourget airshow in Paris which was held from 17th till 22th of June 2013. Axon Cable and Lens Research & Development have a strategic partnership and are jointly developing wire-bondeable metal packages with integrated connectors. This is one of [...]
Lens R&D visited the NATO RTO expert meeting in Karlstad (SWE) with two presentations called "getting more for less" and "are we all going MAD", adressing possibilities to save money while building satellites without sacrifycing reliability and potential new developments in the field of digital sunsensors. The presentations sparked some very interesting discussions and from [...]