Propulsion

Propulsion

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    • Propulsion
    Drive System Design
    H4-451

    DSD LogoDrive System Design (DSD) specialises in the rapid engineering and development of electrified propulsion and actuation systems through decades of experience, turnkey capabilities and unmatched expertise that customers trust.

    DSDs Open Platform Inverter (OPI) will be showcased at DSEI this year, to compliment the companies motor and heavy duty transmission capabilities, offering a white-box development architecture for an array of applications.

    Operating globally with defense, aerospace, off-highway and automotive OEMs and Tier-1s through its technical centers in North America and the U.K, DSD offers unparalleled proficiency in systems integration, simulation lead design, optimisation and development testing of propulsion systems.

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    Epsilor - Electric Fuel

    EpsilorEpsilor presents its range of COMBATT 6T Li-Ion Batteries for defence vehicles and robots at the DSEI 2023.

    Epsilor’s COMBATT 6T Li-Ion vehicle battery range, which offers the highest energy density across the 6T category, contains 35% more energy than the competitor.

    Epsilor is a globally recognised developer and manufacturer of custom and standard batteries, chargers and mobile power management systems for the defence, aerospace and marine markets.

    The company offers a wide variety of smart chargers and batteries with management systems (BMS).

    The company’s products have won several international awards for their innovation and smart operational approach.

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    Fairbanks Morse Defense
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    Fairbanks LogoFairbanks Morse Defense (FMD) builds, maintains, and services the most trusted naval systems on the planet. For more than 100 years, FMD has been a principal supplier of a growing array of leading marine technologies, OEM parts, and turnkey services.

    FMD stands ready to rapidly support the systems that power military fleets around the globe without compromising safety or quality. The experienced engineers, sailors, and technicians of FMD demonstrate our commitment to supporting the mission and vision of critical global naval operations wherever and whenever needed.

    To learn more, visit www.FairbanksMorseDefense.com

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    Jacobs
    H7-628

    Jacobs LogoJacobs were recently involved in an Army Headquarter Technology Demonstration experiment, to demonstrate the benefits that hybridisation can deliver to the British Forces today in line with the Battlefield Electrification Strategy. 

    We were part of a joint team who undertook the design, build and concept testing of different three Hybrid Vehicles (Man SV, Jackal and Foxhound) with UTAC Millbrook (Test and Evaluation) and Magtec (Integrators). Future phases are likely to include hydrogen power vehicles as the next stepping-stone to NetZero2050. Jacobs completed the following work streams:

    •           Benefits

    •           Current and Future Technology Roadmap

    •           Supportability

    •           Sustainability

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    Kale Arge
    H3-404

    Kale Arge LogoWe were established in 2013 as a subsidiary of Kale Group, Türkiye's industrial giant, to carry out research and development activities on Turbine Engines.

    We started our work with the knowledge and experience of Kale Group and focused on Turbojet Engine Technologies for missiles and unmanned platforms.

    With our mission to break new ground, we developed Türkiye's first Turbojet Engine KTJ-3200, using domestic and national opportunities for the benefit of our country, and started mass production. We continue to develop and produce New Turbine Engines in different sizes and features with the experience and knowledge we gained from KTJ-3200.

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    Missiles & Space Batteries
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    Nova Electric
    H8-432

    Nova ElectricNova Electric and our parent company, Technology Dynamics, Inc., are power conversion experts.  We specialize in rugged and MIL-SPEC power conversion products.  

    We design and build UPS systems, DC-AC inverters, Frequency Converters, Power supplies, DC-DC converters, PDUs, custom transformers, and a host of related power products.

    We provide products in the range of 100 Watts up to 900 kW.  

    Our in-house capabilities include all facets of engineering, manufacturing, and testing of these products.

    For more information, please see our website at www.novaelectric.com, where you can also access our complete family of sites.

    You may also contact Howard@novaelectric.com for more information.

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    NP Aerospace
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    Reaction Engines

    Reaction logoReaction Engines is a privately held technology company with over 30 years’ experience developing innovative engineering solutions for advanced propulsion and thermal management across multiple sectors, with our HQ in Oxfordshire and a world-leading test-facility in the Air and Space port of Denver, Colorado, USA.

    Our ground-breaking thermal management technologies provide a step change in performance, efficiency and sustainability across a range of industries including energy, automotive, aerospace, hypersonics and space. 

    We are pioneering thermal management solutions for a cooler, cleaner world. And beyond.

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    Timoney Technology
    H4-546
    Timoney Logo

    Timoney are experts in Ride and Handling for Heavy Duty Vehicles. Core areas of expertise are:

    • Driveline Development/Integration.
    • Advanced Engineering Services. 
    • Vehicle Development.

    Our customer list includes leading vehicle OEMs across the Defense, Fire and Construction sectors.

    Timoney recently launched their next generation of drivelines. An evolution of the Timoney T900, the JAWS™ portfolio offers enhanced modularity, improved performance and an electric drive variant.

    To complement the TIS9e hardware, Timoney proprietary software enables OEMs to determine EV performance, battery sizing and range. Heavy-duty and off-highway vehicle manufacturers now have a route to an easier transition to meeting their sustainability goals.

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