Erlanger, KY (September 9th, 2019) – AquiSense Technologies, the world leader in ultraviolet (UV) LED disinfection technology, has participated in ten distinct aerospace projects. In 2015 AquiSense was selected to participate in BIOWYSE, a Horizon 2020 project dedicated to designing and testing a water monitoring and treatment system for next-generation manned space stations. Since then, several other aerospace projects have looked for leading water treatment technology from AquiSense. These projects include product design and hardware supply to both private space companies, such as Bigelow Aerospace, Thales Alenia Space Italia, KBR Wyle, and Aero Sekur, and various NASA groups, including those at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Johnson Space Center, and Marshall Space Flight Center. These projects range from keeping growth systems clean in space-bound greenhouses, to decreasing the maintenance burden from nuisance biofilm formation in enclosed systems, to disinfecting the water that astronauts drink on the International Space Station.
“We feel the driving factor for all of these projects is our leading knowledge of system design and the application of UV-C LEDs in unique environments,” said Rich Simons, Ph.D., Product Development Scientist at AquiSense Technologies Europe. “These types of applications are exciting for us as they drive innovation for our technology and allow us to better understand the possibilities and limits of UV-C LED disinfection,” concluded Dr. Simons.
To learn more about these aerospace projects or about UV LED technology, you can contact AquiSense at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About AquiSense Technologies
AquiSense Technologies is the global leader in UV-C LED systems design and manufacture. They work with leading LED manufacturers to evaluate their devices and then design efficient disinfection products. Using a combination of patented technology and in-depth know-how, AquiSense integrates LED devices into products that solve real world problems in water, air, and surface applications.