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A2E LTD - HazardEx 2012 Exhibitor

07 February 2012

A2E provide bespoke, electronic hardware and software design services, with proven capabilities, from initial design through to the roll out of full production ready products. Utilising our technical expertise to provide optimal solutions for the challenges of the hazardous environment.

A2E Ltd
A2E Ltd

Products developed

From creating ATEX based sensor networks to work in Platform environments, direct interface and control of sensor solutions, Safety critical management and control systems. Solving the challenges of down hole environments for the oil and gas industry. Providing the specific expertise required for power management and control for industrial machinery and processes. Exploiting the latest semiconductor sensor  technology for developing  intrinsically safe systems for inspection and monitoring applications. Utilising extensive DSP knowledge, for condition monitoring and vibration detection in hazardous areas.

A2E is your partner to design and develop your next project or take a current released product and evolve it to the next level.
Technologies
 ATEX design to Zone 0, Zone 1 and Zone 2
 RFID sensor networks
 Bespoke Wireless solutions
 DSP, FPGA development
 Sensor support
 Vibration measurement and analysis
 Acoustic and Video Algorithm design, development and implementation
 Motor Drive and control
 High temperature, Shock and Vibration
 GUI including Dashboard design
 Embedded to Application S/W Design
Stand 9 - HazardEx 2012
Harrogate, UK
February 2012


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