A representative from Calyos will reach out to you to plan an introductory web call where they will explain how our technology works and demonstrate the applications and benefits of it.
On November 27th Calyos will be presenting an elevator pitch at the ESA Commercialisation Days: Transportation event.
Calyos is excited to announce our participation in the upcoming European Space Agency's Commercialisation Day focused on transportation. In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, efficient thermal management is a paramount challenge. Calyos, a pioneer in passive cooling technology, has its origins in the space industry, tackling the unique challenge of cooling electronics within satellites, where air or coolant are absent. In a world striving for sustainability, high-power electronics are indispensable, but their efficiency relies on effective cooling. Calyos' innovative cooling technologies, such as Loop Heat Pipes, Micro Channel Heat Pipes, and Pulsating Heat Pipes, are now making waves in ground applications, offering 100% passive and pump-free solutions.
Calyos also recently published an article through the ESA Commercialisation Stories, highlight our experience from cooling in Space and applying it innovatively to ground applications. You can read the article by clicking the link below.
To learn more about the event itself, here is the event's scope:
The way we think about transportation is changing, with traditional models, both public and private, consistently being challenged. At the same time, the demand for efficient and low emission transport options is rising sharply. How, then, is industry responding to this shift?
As transportation systems become increasingly automated, and stakeholders are looking to monitor and decrease emissions, the demand for sustainable, reliable and precise satellite navigation services is also growing. Smart Traffic Management systems and Mobility as a Service platforms play a key role in identifying optimal transportation means, in both private and public domains.
To remain competitive, industry must capitalise on the opportunities that exist at the intersection of the space and transportation sectors, specifically on the potential impact this will have on automation, connectivity, positioning, the emergence of new technologies and business models.
Institutions, research organisations, industry and investors sit at the forefront of enabling new and exciting commercial solutions that support both space and transportation. Join us on Monday 27 November to learn more about the research, services and tooling emerging from dynamic collaborations between space and transportation actors.
If you are attending the event, we look forward to seeing you there!
Further reading:ESA Commercialisation Article - Calyos