Senior writer at GMS, GlobalData.
Previously feature writer at Just Style.
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BA (Open) in English | BSc (Hons) in Geosciences. Also a graphic designer with certificates in Digital Marketing and Social Media. Lives by the beach.
The number of space program launches is increasing, necessitating specialized power supplies for launch vehicles and deep space missions. In this article, we look at the most recent next-generation GPS satellites as well as three ongoing missions that use high reliability power converters from VPT, a company that has been providing mission-critical DC-DC converters and accessory products for pioneering space programs for decades.
The adverse conditions in the oil & gas industry require extreme reliability from cables and connectors used in operations. In this article, we examine how to choose the right equipment that lasts for the long term.
The space industry is booming, and analysts’ predictions point to steady and continued growth. Now, developing countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa are also beginning to invest in the space industry, but initial investment costs remain a barrier to entry. In this article we will explore how a high-quality, and reasonably priced DC-DC power conversion solution can help countries and organizations successfully power their satellites into space.
With the satellite market currently evolving at a rapid pace, innovation requires new levels of efficiency, cost effectiveness, and overall reliability. VPT’s new SGRB DC-DC converter series is the first to utilize highly efficient Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology and is paving the way for advanced new satellite designs.
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