Aysel is a product design engineer at Radiall in Château-Renault. In her role, she meets customers' needs with 3D cable designs for their specifications.... read more.
Kevin Larsen is a Business Development Manager and an expert in telecom solutions. Learn more about Kevin's work at Radiall. ... read more.
Today, it is more important than ever to reform and reshape our sustainability efforts. Not only will it improve the quality of life, but new sustainable efforts can protect our environment and preserve natural resources for future generations.... read more.
From September 15 to October 15, Hispanic Heritage Month is nationally recognized. It is a time to recognize, honor and celebrate the influence and contributions that Hispanic Americans have had on our culture. ... read more.
Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) is defined by NASA as “an air transportation system that moves people and cargo between places previously not served or underserved by aviation – local, regional, intraregional, urban – using revolutionary new aircraft that are only just now becoming possible.” ... read more.
The future is promising for UAM, and when the time comes to construct this type of aircraft, Radiall will be ready with a full portfolio to support the needs for these vehicles. ... read more.
Jeff has been with Radiall since 2017 and is the Global Account Manager for aerospace customers. Learn more about Jeff’s work at Radiall. ... read more.
Last week, Radiall attended Eurosatory in Paris. Radiall was just one of over 1,800 exhibitors who attended this international defense and security trade show. Over 57,000 visitors attended the 2022 show, which was highly anticipated due to the recent events within the defense industry and the COVID crisis postponing previous events.... read more.
The field of satcom encompasses any communication that involves artificial satellites. Due to the nature of the technology, service ranges can cover large geographic areas, especially in rural or remote regions, as opposed to relying on the infrastructure required for telecommunication networks. ... read more.
A growing field of technology called Counter-UAV, or C-UAV, has begun to emerge with one goal in mind: to thwart any and all potentially harmful uses of drones. The small size and slow speed of drones make them difficult to detect on military anti-aircraft radar, which is designed to detect large, fast-moving objects. In the civilian aerospace sphere, existing air traffic control systems cannot easily detect or track drones for similar reasons, increasing the risk of a collision between a drone and aircraft. ... read more.