Evolution Measurement Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Miniature Pressure Scanner takes to the Sky
A highly-miniaturised pressure scanner which has revolutionised aerodynamic testing is now attracting attention from the UAV market.
The tiny, lightweight pressure scanner can be attached to drones allowing altitude and aerodynamic measurements to be captured providing essential data to improve flight stability and landing accuracy.
EvoScann® P-Series Pressure Scanner from Evolution Measurement is manufactured in the UK. With an enclosure made from carbon fibre, it is robust and can withstand vibrations to deliver accurate data, fast and reliably.
Managing Director, Paul Crowhurst said, "The P-Series presents a great opportunity for UAV users to accurately capture data from flights to improve flight data availability. We have found this is particularly useful in military applications."
For full details on EvoScann® visit EvoScann.com
Evolution Measurement are experts in industries that require highly accurate physical measurement, instrumentation and calibration.
Based in Andover, they represent Scanivalve Corporation and Guildline Instruments and provide bespoke solutions in multi-point pressure and temperature measurement, as well as engineering automated calibration and test systems and turnkey measurement solutions.
Evolution Measurement also provide local product service and support and work in a diverse range of industries from Aerospace, Motor-Sport, Power Generation, Universities and Research Establishments, where customers value the most technically capable, leading-edge solutions to bring value to their own businesses.
Orders are now being taken for Service and Calibration of Scanivalve instruments.
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Evolution Measurement Ltd.
7 Regents Court, South Way,
Walworth Business Park Andover,
Hampshire SP10 5NX . UK
Telephone: +44 (0) 1264 316470
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