Oxsensis produces non-electrical sensor systems that allow airframe and engine manufacturers to monitor pressure, temperature, acceleration, optical position and speed within aerospace systems. The move to optical sensing across multiple systems creates the opportunity for multi-channel opto-electronic interrogation to save weight, cost, and space. Collaborative developments are underway for advanced aircraft avionics, landing gear, and wheel and brake systems.
Oxsensis directly instruments aero engines, providing previously inaccessible pressure and temperature data from the hottest permanent instrumentation locations yet achieved.Gas turbines
The increased use of composites in wing and tank structures is placing new demands on fuel systems and increasing the burden of safety. Optical sensors deliver EMI immunity.Fuel Systems
Optical landing gear sensor systems satisfy next generation requirements for EMI immune sensing using a universal interrogator that drives mutiple sensor types.Landing Gear Wheels and Brakes