Along with leading scholars from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, FT's Gordon Bease, Director - Global Accounts, has co-authored a paper entitled "Development of a sensor suite for atmospheric boundary layer measurement with a small multirotor unmanned aerial system" which has been published in International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace.
We continue to manufacture sensors in our factory here in Sunbury, UK, and are despatching them to our customers daily. Our sales support team is online and available to help with any technical support or commercial enquiries.
2019 has been a record year for FT in many ways: record sales, record production, and record growth. By the end of the year, FT has reached a record number of employees too: 100.
FT Technologies has implemented a company-wide policy to introduce APQP4Wind quality standards throughout their entire management system, product design processes and component supply chain. Implementation of the APQP4Wind Policy will see the company transition towards full adoption of the APQP4Wind framework by 2020 for all new and existing product development.
FT Technologies releases new version of their Acu-Vis software for testing sensors and updating their settings.
FT Technologies has been inviting sixth form students from the local community to Sunbury House to take part in an Engineering Discovery Day.
FT Technologies today launches the first in a new generation of lightweight ultrasonic wind sensors, specifically designed for use on drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
FT Technologies' factory in Sunbury-on-Thames hosted the launch of the UK offshore wind industry's Supply Chain Review led by former McLaren Group CEO.
Recent updates to FT Technologies 722 and 742 digital wind sensors mean that these models can now read acoustic temperature as well as wind speed and wind direction.
FT Technologies is pleased to announce that it has appointed C. Sundar as its official sales partner in India.