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IC² to Exhibit at AIAA Aviation 2018 in Atlanta

Posted by Steve Horowitz on Jun 12, 2018 9:00:00 AM

IC², a pioneer in the development of precision MEMS sensors for aerospace applications, will be exhibiting at AIAA Aviation 2018 in Atlanta, GA.  Billed as “the only aviation event that covers the entire integrated spectrum of aviation business, research, development, and technology”, the technical program runs from Jun 25th-29th. The exposition hall will feature over 30 companies and organizations and will be open from Jun. 26th-28th.

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IC² will be in booth 317 of the expo hall and will be featuring our line of DirectShear Sensing Systems, our latest innovation that offers a robust, high bandwidth, high resolution, silicon micromachined differential capacitive shear stress sensor for subsonic and transonic applications. This innovative design enables direct, non-intrusive, mean and fluctuating wall shear-stress measurements, ideal for precise skin-friction measurements in wind-tunnels.  This sensor system greatly extends the spatial and temporal resolution capabilities over existing devices as well as the overall accuracy of skin friction measurement technology.

About IC²

IC²  builds on two decades of research and rigorous testing to deliver scientific-grade precision sensors that push the envelope of aerospace measurement accuracy and performance. IC²’s precision sensors and instrumentation are designed from the ground up to meet the challenging environments of the aerospace industry.

From wind tunnels and other ground test facilities to flight test platforms, IC² delivers scientific-grade measurement tools that provide unprecedented performance, including:

  1. Higher bandwidth and dynamic range
  2. Greater accuracy and precision
  3. Higher spatial resolution
  4. Ability to operate in environments considered too extreme for most sensors 

Contact us now to get more information about our services and products, place an order or to discuss how we can customize any of our products to meet your particular needs.

Topics: Press Release, shear stress, Conference, DirectShear, Expo