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Derive accurate air data during the launch of
space craft to gain better control

AEROSPACE

AEROSPACE

UAS
Get real-time air data for increased flight safety
and stability while also optimizing fuel efficiency

UAS

Collect measurements in specialized environments
to improve turbomachinery design 

TURBOMACHINERY

TURBOMACHINERY

Explore the velocity and pressure fields around a rotating wheel
AUTOMOTIVE

AUTOMOTIVE

Measure wind speed and direction for renewable energy research
WIND ENERGY

WIND ENERGY

Welcome to Aeroprobe

Aeroprobe is a producer of air data and flow measurement systems and instruments that provide real-time air and flow data. Our extensive product line is used in a wide range of industries and applications where precision and efficiency are key. Aeroprobe is also the developer of Additive Friction Stir, a revolutionary additive manufacturing process.

Measurement Solutions

Aeroprobe is a leading producer of air data and flow measurement systems to aerospace, automotive, turbomachinery, wind turbine, and wind tunnel testing industries around the world. Our product line includes complete systems for collecting highly accurate pressure and velocity data in complex specialized environments. Our product line includes air data probes, data analysis software, Micro Air Data Computers (uADCs), and a range of accessories, including a Micro Purge System (uPS), to further enhance our products. Additionally, we offer calibration and recalibration services to ensure the highest possible accuracy from our line of probes.

 

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Aeroprobe's Additive Friction Stir Process

Additive Manufacturing

Aeroprobe is the pioneer of Additive Friction Stir, a solid-state manufacturing process for metal and metal matrix composites (MMCs). This revolutionary open atmosphere process is highly-scalable and allows for the joining of similar and dissimilar materials. AFS is also capable of producing near wrought microstructure on near net shape complex 3D structures.

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