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Defexpo 2020
DefExpo is India’s largest expo which covers the complete spectrum of aerospace, defence and security sectors. More than 1000 Indian as well as foreign exhibitors participated in Defexpo 2020 held from 5th - 8th February 2020 in Lucknow. Aeron had participated in Defexpo 2020 to showcase its capabilities in developing tactical class inertial navigation systems, inertial sensors and its IoT based monitoring systems designed specially for the defence sector.
Aeron Celebrates its 11th Foundation Day!
On 10th November 2019, Aeron Systems celebrated its 11th foundation day. To mark this occasion, Aeron had organized a Customer Conclave at Hotel Radisson Blue, Hinjewadi. Padmashri Dr. Prahlada Ramarao graced the occasion with his presence as Chief Guest. In his welcome address, Mr. Ashvani Shukla, CEO of Aeron Systems remarked that Aeron puts the highest importance on exceeding customer expectations.
Aeron Systems Secures
Aeron Systems has secured "Series A" investment from Bharat Forge Limited, a flagship of the Kalyani Group. The funds will be utilized in the development of new products, expansion in the markets outside India and augmentation of the production capacity. Aeron Systems has achieved an enviable position in the Inertial Navigation technology in the domestic
Pollux2 NS10
Founders of Aeron Systems, Abhijeet Bokil, and Ashvani Shukla were interviewed at Defexpo 2018, Chennai. Aeron Systems, the indigenous developer, and manufacturer of inertial navigation systems launched Pollux, a micro-miniature INS at this Expo.  In this video, Abhijeet and Ashvani talk about Pollux, its features and possible applications where it can be used.
Aeron Systems Launches Pollux
Aeron Systems, the Pune based developer and manufacturer of Inertial Navigation Systems, launched Pollux, its latest offering in the INS range of products, at Defexpo India 2018, held at Chennai from 11th to 14th April 2018. The Pollux was launched by Vice Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal S B Deo. Pollux combines Aeron’s proprietary Kalman filter based parameter estimation engine with high-speed processing power to deliver position, ground speed, and orientation information at high update rate. Weighing just about 40 grams and highly compact in size, Pollux finds its use in multiple applications like soldier navigation, robots, drones and other ground and airborne platforms.
Aeron Systems To Exhibit At Auvsi Xponential 2018, Denver
We are pleased to announce that our versatile inertial navigation systems and inertial sensors will be for display at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018, Denver through UAV Propulsion Tech, our channel partner in the USA. An intersection of cutting-edge innovation and real-world applications, XPONENTIAL is the one event that brings all things unmanned into the sharp focus. More than 8500 industry leaders and visionaries from defense and commercial are expected to attend this exhibition.
5000 MW
Aeron is pleased to announce that our weather monitoring stations are now monitoring more than 5000 MW of solar power plants in India. This makes Aeron the market leader in the solar power plant monitoring segment in the country.
The energy output of a photo-voltaic solar plant is closely linked to the efficiency of the solar modules using which the solar panels are made. It is needless to mention that numerous designs and configurations are being developed and tried out to further enhance the output of the modules.
As we all would agree, solar power, especially the installation of floating solar power plants have gained significant popularity and acceptance in the energy sector. PV installations have proved to be cost efficient and carbon-light way of producing every from the solar radiation. Excluding the high initial investment, another big challenge for making PV installations more abundant is the need for land. While in large countries like Australia, the USA, or India availability of land is not a constraint, in many small countries, or islands like Japan, Malaysia, etc. availability of land is a major constraint.
Weather conditions, including the temperature in which the solar panels are operating, have a considerable effect on the performance of the solar panels. It might sound counter-intuitive to many of us, but low temperature actually boosts the performance of the solar panels. Solar panels, like any other electronic device, are more productive at low temperatures.
The efficiency of the PV solar panels is largely dependent on the ambient conditions and several factors come into the picture to determine the actual efficiency of panels during their operation. One such factor is soiling.