Connectors for transmitting electricity and signals reliably and efficiently are an essential component of the industrial market. The rise of Industry 4.0 technologies has necessitated a shift in the way electrical connectors are designed. There are three primary trends that are impacting the way connectors are used in Industry 4.0.... read more.
During the last few years, Radiall and Thales Alenia Space teams worked together to design optical links for space. Based on Radiall’s Q-MTitan multi-fiber contact, the optical links are specifically designed for use on the all-digital payload of Very High Throughput Satellites (VHTS), such as SES-17, which successfully launched into space on October 23, 2021.... read more.
From the invention of wagonways in ancient Babylon to the magnetic levitation trains that are slowly manifesting, there has long been a fascination with the rolling stock (i.e. the cars on the train track), but railway signaling is equally important. ... read more.
In this world, optical interconnect solutions are increasingly in demand for a variety of applications, and Radiall is ready to meet those needs as we press on into the future of innovative interconnect design. ... read more.
Perhaps less commonly known in the world of robots is a smaller relative of the large-scale robot: the cobot, short for collaborative robot. These little machines are designed to work alongside humans, and they are becoming part of the everyday workflow for some manufacturing sites at Radiall. ... 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 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.