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  • Electronic systems and equipment are often used in hard-to-reach locations. When it comes to remote locations, space often comes to mind, because nothing on Earth is as remote as the red planet Mars or deep space. Closer to us, we can think of mountain-top observatories, deep sea rovers, or inter-continent data links. The common issue among technologies used in these challenging operating conditions is the extreme
    difficulty – if not impossibility – of accessing and maintaining electronic systems and related interconnects, including cables, cable assemblies, and connectors.

  • The Axon’ group will be present at the Aero India show in Bangalore from 13th to 17th February 2023 on booth AS1.6-7 Hall A.  With a significant part of its turnover in avionics, space and defense, the company considers this air show as the place-to-be.  Aero India represents an excellent opportunity to promote not only the expertise in interconnect solutions of the whole Axon’ group but also its made-in-India cable assemblies and harnesses. In addition, on the evening of February 15th, the Indian subsidiary Axon’ Interconnectors and Wires will hold an “illuminated factory tour” to thank its partners and customers.

  • The French-U.S. SWOT mission (Surface Water and Ocean Topography) was sucessfully launched by a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from California on December 16. On board the payload, SpaceWire links and AxoMach high-speed data links made by Axon' Cable.

  • On 9 December, Axon' Cable is organising a day to present industrial jobs as part of Industry Week, for which the Marne-based company's event has been labelled.

    Throughout the day, secondary school pupils, students, job seekers as well as employees and their families will have the opportunity to discover the various Axon' jobs thanks to workshop visits, presentation stands and various activities.

  • Axon’ Cable SIA, a company of the Axon’ group specialized in the manufacture of connectors and interconnect solutions for challenging environments organizes an Open Day on 3rd December in Daugavpils, Latvia. From 10.00 am to 2.00pm, Axon’ employees, their families, and local citizens will have the opportunity to visit the main building and a new workshop. Future candidates for open positions are welcome.

  • From industrial applications including robotics, through automotive and Electronics, to avionics and space, the list of applications for which the Axon’ group is able to design connectors, cable assemblies and interconnect solutions is extensive. All have the same goal: the need for reliable and miniature components which are easy to connect or to integrate. Electronica is an excellent opportunity for Axon’ to present its expertise in custom-designed interconnect solutions for the toughest environments. Meet us Booth 439 Hall B2, 15-18 November, Munich.

  • In less than a week, four companies of the Axon' group will be present at Micronora, the international microtechnology trade fair in Besançon. Axon'Cable, Axon'Mechatronics, Axon'Nanotec and Addix will present their respective know-how in cables and connectors, miniature connections, metal-plastic parts and elastomeric components. You will find them from 27 to 30 September on their joint booth (300-301/400-401), hall C.

  • For two decades, the need for ever-increasing capacity and speed to move data through our electronic devices has generated the deployment of millions of kilometers of optical fiber across the planet, thus enabling the creation of very high-speed networks. In telecommunications, the advantages linked to fiber optics, including high data rate and reliable transmission (EMI protection), have been known to engineers for a very long time. Today we consider technologies related to photonics to have reached maturity. However, for harsh environments, such as avionics and defense, key issues related to high temperatures, vibration, and shock must be considered to maximize the efficiency of optical technologies. In space, requirements are even more critical, as the photonic payload must also resist radiation, atomic oxygen, and outgassing.