Woking, UK, 4 October 2022 – TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered technologies for performance critical applications, will exhibit at the NDIA Air Armament Symposium 2022 in Walton Beach, FL, November 1-2, 2022 at booth #4. Attendees will gain insight into the continued engineering and technology investments central to enhancing and expanding TT’s US footprint in recent years, creating centers of excellence for military power supplies and magnetics. This, coupled with TT’s global network of vertically integrated manufacturing capabilities, leaves the company perfectly positioned to deliver a variety of advanced solutions for customers supporting major aerospace and defense programs.
“TT has earned its seat at the military armament table by forging a reputation for the design, engineering, and manufacture of leading custom power and control solutions for the most demanding applications,” said Michael Leahan, COO, TT Electronics. “Our reputation is reinforced by our partnership on many world-leading defence platforms, including Lockheed’s F35 program, Honeywell Aerospace’s next-generation inertial navigation systems, and Tempest, BAE Systems’ latest 6th generation fighter.”
Recent acquisitions of Torotel, Ferranti P&C, and the Covina Power Business Unit from Excelitas have also played a significant role in TT’s expanded footprint in the military arena. These strategic business activities further strengthen TT’s power offerings and capabilities, featuring custom power management and conversion systems that drive performance and precision for mission-critical applications in harsh environments.
View the TT Electronics news and events page here to learn more and schedule a private meeting at the event with TT’s team of Power & Control experts.
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