The company has a wide range of technological solutions focused on the electrification of the aircraft and the improvement of connectivity, as a reflection of its commitment to the challenge of Zero Emissions aviation by 2050
Aircraft Interior Expo is the main international fair dedicated to showcasing the latest developments, advances and trends in aircraft interior design and equipment. Developed from June 6 to 8, it has brought together 400 exhibitors from around the world, including Aertec
The international company specializing in aerospace technology presented from its stand 6C80/A its complete portfolio of services and developments focused on improving aircraft connectivity. Its continuous innovation within the framework of the MEA (More Electric Aircraft) concept has led it to position itself as one of the main engineering firms specialized in the design and development of intelligent and dynamic power distribution solutions for aircraft, and which contribute to the challenge of Zero Emissions in 2050. Such as the development of an electric power controller with solid-state technology and components capable of reaching 540 VDC, which distributes high-voltage power in the plane, with the aim of continuing to increase that current voltage towards higher levels.
Its ability to operate at 540 VDC allows for greater energy efficiency and a significant reduction in energy losses compared to traditional power distribution systems. This translates into greater flight range, which is crucial for both commercial airlines and military aircraft. It also guarantees a safer and more reliable power distribution. By using a higher DC voltage, the risk of power failures is minimized and system stability is improved. In addition, its modular design and real-time monitoring capabilities allow for rapid problem identification and resolution, helping to reduce downtime and maintenance costs.
For 5 years Aertec has had an office in Hamburg, from which manufacturing engineering projects and electrical systems or advanced air mobility are managed and an important R+D+i activity is carried out.