Aeroprobe provides air data measurement systems to aerospace, automotive, turbomachinery, wind turbine, and wind tunnel testing industries around the world. Aeroprobe’s air data systems for unmanned aircraft provide real time air speed, angle of attack and angle of sideslip for improved flight performance. Turnkey systems include instrumentation for measurement, hardware for data collection, and software for data reduction, analysis and visualization. High temperature probes operate in flows up to 1200°C. Omniprobes, featuring a 300° flow angle range, are capable of measuring reversed flow. Fast response probes provide a frequency response exceeding 4 KHz. Rake configurations allow for simultaneous multi-point, unsteady measurements. The company conducts international business through a network of over 20 distributors.
Aeroprobe’s research division is developing an additive friction stir process. This flexible, additive process can be used to join, coat and additively manufacture similar and dissimilar metals.
NASA Highlights Its Use of Our Probes for Environmental Research
By: Jenna Lazenby On 03/19/2015
To construct an instrument that could be mounted on an aircraft to take measurements of the concentration and speed of gases like CO2 moving through the air, Goddard started working with Christiansburg, Virginia-based Aeroprobe Corporation through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program in 2008.