Sensors and Systems for combustion technology

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September 2015

Exhibition INNOspaceEXPO "ALL.täglich!"

LAMTEC sensors: CarboSen, HydroSen and VacuSen

LAMTEC supports the touring exhibition INNOspaceEXPO "ALL.täglich!".

Space travel creates innovations that are used every day in the world, often without knowing their origin from space: mobility, transport and logistics, engineering, security, energy, information technology, medicine and rehabilitation as well as many other areas benefit from innovations, for example, based on satellite technology or which have their origin in the space research.

With the INNOspaceEXPO "ALL.täglich!"  DLR Space Administration, on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi), presents an exhibition that emphasizes the innovation and transfer potential of space in the focus of public perception.

LAMTEC too, has made its contribution here with the sensors CarboSen, HydroSenand VacuSen. The sensors, which were already in operation on the International Space Station ISS are now used for combustion optimization as well as in the highly sensitive leak detection and in float-glass coating vacuum applications.

CarboSen and HydroSen were developed in cooperation with University of Stuttgart. The development of VacuSen sensors was part of a cooperation project which was supported under the funding code of KF332501ST2 by the Central Innovation Program for SME (ZIM - Zentrales Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand) of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.

The official opening of INNOspaceEXPO took place on August 29, 2015 in Berlin on the occasion of the open day in the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, in Invalidenpark. Brigitte Zypries, Parliamentary State Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Economics and Coordinator of the Federal Government for the German aerospace industry, and Dr. Gerd Gruppe, Director of the DLR Space Management, opened the exhibition.

The exhibition will take place from 4. September 2015 to 10. January 2016, at the German Museum of Technology in Berlin. Further stations are also Stuttgart, Bremen and Munich.

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