Industry is a She

Did you know that in French, #Industry is a SHE? At Exxelia, we have chosen to celebrate the incredible women working with us, not only today, but for the entire month.


Our colleagues will present their experiences every week of March through our series "The Industry is a SHE".

They are production manager, technician, CFO, engineer, R&D manager, Business Development Manager for Magnetics, apprentice in QHSE and they are women in the industry.

Release March 8th : Discover the first episode of our serie “Industry is a SHE” as we let the floor to Régine, production Manager, who shares her career as a chemist her 40-year career

Release March 15th : Today we let the floor to Dulce and Marta from our production floor in Longwood, Florida.  Dulce has been with Exxelia for 30 years while Marta joined recently 3 years ago. Watch them share their experience and what they learnt from each other.

Next release : March 22nd

 

 

Published on 08 Mar 2021 by Valentine Taffineau

Exxelia equips the Turkish satellite IMECE with tantalum and ceramic capacitors

IMECE is a technological feat that pushes the boundaries of high-resolution imaging. Exxelia is proud to play an essential role in this space adventure by providing quality components to ensure proper operation.   IMECE is an earth observation satellite designed and developed by TÜBİTAK Space Technologies Research Institute (TÜBİTAK UZAY) and produced in Türkiye to provide high-resolution imagery. The spacecraft has a mass of 800 kg (1,800 lb) and it will serve at 680 km (420 mi) on a sun-synchronous geocentric orbit. The Satellite, projected for a mission duration of five years, has 0.99m image resolution of Panchromatic (PAN). The satellite has been launched on 15 April 2023 on a SpaceX's Falcon 9 Block 5 rocket as part of the Transporter-7 ridershare mission.   Exxelia equips the satellite with PM series capacitors that are used in the satellite's Power Distribution Unit (PDU). Exxelia's PM series capacitors are renowned for their reliability, performance, and durability, making them ideal for space applications. Exxelia also supplies tantalum capacitors and ceramic capacitors for the payloads of the IMECE Satellite. These components are designed to withstand the extreme conditions of space and ensure the proper operation of scientific instruments and equipment on board the satellite.   We look forward to the discoveries and data that the IMECE Satellite will provide during its five-year mission. The future of space exploration looks promising, and Exxelia will continue to play an active role in this exciting adventure.