With the ongoing uncertainty around international travel, social distancing measures, health & safety regulations and following consultations with key event stakeholders and partners, a decision has been taken to postpone Space Tech Expo Europe 2020.
The next edition of Europe’s leading space industry event will take place 16 – 18 November 2021, in Bremen, Germany.
In its fourth edition, Space Tech Expo Europe is the continent’s major dedicated supply-chain and engineering event for manufacturing, design, test and engineering services for spacecraft, subsystems and space-qualified components. The exhibition and conference draw attendance from thousands of industry leaders, decision makers, engineers, specifiers and buyers to meet manufacturers across the supply chain for commercial, government and military space.
The 31st Space Simulation Conference will be held October 18-21, 2021 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel located in Annapolis, Maryland. There will be three days of technical sessions preceded by one day of tutorials on environmental testing techniques. The conference is a major international forum in space hardware environmental testing for research and development and qualification. It provides a unique opportunity for engineers and scientists from industry, government, and academia to present and exchange information and ideas on simulating the space environment to develop and test space mission hardware. The theme for the 31st Conference will be “60 Years and Counting: Providing Excellence in Space Environmental Testing”
Space Tech Expo, the West Coast’s premier space event returns to California for two days of knowledge sharing and networking alongside the largest the largest supply chain exhibition of its kind. The free-to-attend exhibition will showcase the very latest technology from technical designers, sub-systems suppliers, manufacturers and components through to systems integrators for civil, military and commercial space.
Nanovac continues to have a strong order intake, and recently received orders for 3 thermal vacuum test chambers to various customers around the world.
We are happy to see our solutions being deployed around the globe to enable the exploration of space, and improving our society.
The recently received orders includes our small uTVAC test chamber, which is ideally suited for small test objects, where high thermal test performance is required.
Due to continued increased demand for our custom vacuum chamber solutions (for thermal vacuum simulation, physical vapor deposition and general custom requirements) we are increasing our design capability with the addition of one more design engineer. We strive to continue delivering the most advanced solutions in the shortest possible time, and to do so we have decided to increase our design capabilities.
Nanovac announced today that the company has received yet another order for our advanced thermal vacuum chamber system solutions. This system will be delivered to a supplier to simulate LEO conditions as well as launch trajectory simulations. Delivery is scheduled in Q1 of 2021.
Nanovac announced today that the company has received another order for our advanced thermal vacuum chamber system solutions. This system will be delivered to a supplier to simulate LEO conditions on their products. Delivery is expected to take place within 2020.
With the current situation, events and upcoming exhibitions have a tendency to change. Check in on our events page to make sure you have the latest information at hand. Stay safe!
The first quarter, amid the COVID-19 virus outbreak, ends on a positive note. Nanovac has received a number of custom thermal vacuum system orders in the past few months, and look forward on supplying our vacuum solutions to demanding applications around the world. Most recently we received an order today for the manufacturing of a custom thermal vacuum system solution.
We´re grateful for the continued support from our customers and partners. Our solutions enables innovation.