TT Electronics at Space Tech Expo Europe 2017

27 Sep 2017
Showcasing our capabilities and expertise in the space industry at booth G10
Space Tech Expo Europe


TT Electronics will be exhibiting at Space Tech Expo Europe in October 2017. Taking place from the 24th to the 26th of October, it will be held at the Hall 5, Bremen Messe in Bremen, Germany. The free-to-attend Space Tech Expo & Conference is Europe's meeting place for space business, technology and innovation. The three-day trade fair will showcase the latest from technical designers, sub-system suppliers, manufacturers and components through the systems integrators for civil, military and commercial space. 

We will have attendees from across TT Electronics representing our space capabilities encompassing the following range of products and solutions:

  • Discrete semiconductors in a range of modern and traditional packages with screening available to the highest international standards
  • Bespoke hermetic and plastic packaged power modules
  • High performance RF VDMOS transistors
  • Hybrid microcircuits with screening to Class H
  • Design and manufacture of ruggedised electromagnetics
  • Extensive expertise in electronics and electromechanical assembly
  • Layout design and manufacturing capability of PCB and systems assembly
  • Highly engineered and application-specific optoelectronics
  • Design, development and manufacture of passive components

At TT Electronics we are well versed in designing, testing and producing rad-hardened components. We have semiconductors flying on numerous NASA and ESA space missions, including the Rosetta comet-landing mission and the Cassini probe that recently flew through Saturn’s rings and then ended its mission on September 15, 2017 with a deliberate plunge into Saturn's atmosphere.

TT Electronics’ Multi-Chip Arrays are ideal for ‘New Space’ projects and we currently have more than 6,000 MCAs (multi-chip arrays) flying on ESA’s €5 billion Galileo satellites, which are Europe’s alternative to GPS, providing pin-point timing and accuracy through the project named after the Italian astronomer.

We are also due to fly on the ESA/JAXA BepiColumbo mission to Mercury set to launch in 2018, and we’ll also be on-board NASA's Mars 2020 rover mission with a planned launch in 2020.

If you would like to arrange a meeting over the course of the event, please contact a member of our team here. We look forward to welcoming you to Stand G10 and answering any questions that you may have.

For further details on the exhibition, please visit