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Wireless Ceramic Sensors for Propulsion Monitoring was selected for an Oral Presentation and Showcase opportunity to military and corporate leaders prospecting for national security and warfighter needs at the 2016 Defense Innovation Challenge in Austin, Texas. Sensatek Propulsion Technology, Inc. pitched a panel of experts from Raytheon, Lockheed-Martin, Dow, and U.S. Special Operations Combatant Command on benefits of the technology to the warfighter in the ability to monitor propulsion environments in real-time.

We enjoyed building relationships and establishing strategic partnerships to develop and market next generation of heat flux sensors, pressure, and strain sensors for harsh environments.


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