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09 March 2018
Oxsensis will attend an ISROS Optoelectronics Reliability workshop, Toulouse, France, on 5th April 2018 arranged by Airbus. This meeting will be hosted by CNES and will define activities that will lead to a better understanding of optoelectronic sensor component failure mechanisms. [Read more]
09 March 2018

Oxsensis are pleased to be attending EPIC's 15th anniversary event and AGM on 19-20 April in Berlin. The programme will feature keynote and presentations with talks on photonics technologies, markets and applications.

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09 March 2018

Oxsensis is pleased to attend the European Turbine Network (ETN) AGM and Workshop that will take place on 15 March 2018 at the University Politehnica of Bucharest.

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04 December 2017
Oxsensis attended the first Aerospace Technology Institute Conference, held in Birmingham 28/29th November. This brought together over 150 key Aerospace sector representatives, addressing the new technology and new product developments and challenges for the next decades [Read more]
13 November 2017
Oxsensis Presented at WSOF 2017 [Read more]
24 October 2017
Ansaldo Energia hosted the this year’s ETN Workshop at their historic conference building. The meeting discussed the evolving role of gas turbine technology in Europe’s transition towards zero carbon power generation. The meeting was attended by Dr David Hemsley, Business Development Manager.

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16 October 2017
We are delighted to welcome new members of staff across Operations, Process Engineering and R&D, including our first Apprentice. [Read more]
29 August 2017
Irvine, August 25, 2017 – Parker Aerospace, a business segment of Parker Hannifin Corporation (NYSE: PH), the global leader in motion and control technologies, and Oxsensis Ltd. have signed a contract to develop sophisticated aerospace engine sensor technology. Together the two companies will develop harsh-environment instrumentation including static and dynamic pressure and temperature sensors for aerospace engine applications, based on innovative fiber optic sensor technologies. These include direct-mount sensors operating up to 1,800 °F that are already successfully deployed in land-based gas turbine systems.
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19 July 2017
Oxsensis’ harsh environment optical pressure sensors have been utilised in the majority of the World’s turbomachinery development facilities and are deployed in field gas turbine applications, directly monitoring gas turbine combustion systems to provide real-time engine protection. [Read more]
12 July 2017
June and July are busy months in our sectors…
 
ASME Turbo Expo, Charlotte NC USA is the turbomachinery scientific conference of the year and Oxsensis attended to meet our key customers and technology leaders. This year was no exception, with continued gas turbine cycle advances and the linking of digital technologies with engine developments. Our customers are operating gas turbines much more flexibly, and with more fuel and load variability than ever before. The role of the OEM in managing lifecycle condition and costs continues to strengthen.
 
The Paris Airshow at Le Bourget, France was 2017’s main Aerospace shop window for product, technology, and service offerings. The continued market commitment to fleet renewal and growth, and new product is positive for advancing technologies such as Oxsensis optical instrumentation. The engine makers are competing hard on service offerings and there’s new architecture around with Pratt and Whitney’s Geared TurbofanTM maturing in service and with Rolls-Royce’s UltraFanTM  in development – as well as large engine development from GE. So this market is highly active and relevant for competitive technologies including Oxsensis harsh environment optical sensors.
 
PowerGen International, Cologne is the European stage for land based Powergeneration and all of the leading technologies and offerings are represented there. Competitive demands from operators is fuelling technology developments to enhance competitiveness and reduce environmental impacts of power generation. Service offerings, from OEMs and independents are being extended using data systems and new instrumentation to maximise performance and minimise plant risk. Oxsensis is proud to be part of this and is working with multiple engineering teams across the industry, to advance new products and systems. [Read more]

Oxsensis optical sensors and Centrax Gas Turbines for clean energy 



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