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InnaLabs® to Exhibit at Space Tech Expo | Europe

Oct 1, 2019 2:34:00 PM

Space Tech Expo | Europe

Date: 19th – 21st November 2019

Place: Bremen, Germany,

Hall: 5

Stall No: K12

Website: Event Website

InnaLabs®  is once again delighted to exhibit at the Space Tech Expo & Conference in Bremen, Germany. Space Tech Expo is Europe’s meeting place for the latest space technology (from technical designers, subsystems suppliers, and manufacturers) to be showcased to the integrators for commercial space. The Space Tech Expo portfolio consists of two annual exhibitions and conferences in Pasadena, California and Bremen, Germany and InnaLabs® is delighted to be exhibiting at both events this year.

At the show, InnaLabs® will be showcasing our latest products, ARIETIS, and ARIETIS-NS, which are space-qualified gyroscopes. Their main applications are either as a primary gyro or coarse rate sensor in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), Middle Earth Orbit (MEO), Geostationary (GEO), telecom and exploration missions. ARIETIS and ARIETIS-NS are developed and qualified as per ESA standard (ECSS), meeting the most stringent quality requirements as per space industry standards.

You can register to attend the event for free here.

If you require any further information or would like to book a meeting with one of our sales team, please contact us today at contact.sales@innalabs.com.

We look forward to seeing you at the show!

Space Tech Europe 2019



About InnaLabs®

InnaLabs®, is a world leader in inertial sensor technology for GEO, LEO, MEO and Scientific Missions. As Europes No.1 market leader in Navigation Accelerometers, combined with our disruptive CVG Gyroscope technology,  we are proud to be an innovative solution provider for space, aerospace, land and maritime markets. InnaLabs®, are in full control of the product lifecycle, which allows us to create affordable, high performing inertial systems when cost, accuracy, robustness and lead-time are paramount. The research, development, and manufacturing operations are all conducted in Dublin, Ireland, with several more offices operating around the world.