EAS exhibits at the Design & Elektronik Entwickler Forum at T.U. Munich on March 10th.
From April 25th to 29th, EAS also takes part at the Hannover Messe in Hall 27, Booth D36.
Space and Aerospace
EAS has supplied high-quality, high-power and high-energy cells to the demanding space and aerospace markets for many years.
Three different cells and batteries with ranging functions are supplied regularly to the Russian PROTON M rocket launcher. EAS also continues to deliver to the EUROKOT launcher and has now started deliveries to the Ukrainian YUSHNOE launcher.
EAS is currently bidding on several European based launcher projects. Our superior homogenous manufacturing quality, combined with leading mechanical and electronic design capabilities, introduces a highly viable alternative to other products on the market.
EAS has started work on new lightweight cylindrical cells specifically designed for small aircraft. EAS's product development includes working with specialist composite manufacturer URT for a lightweight, robust and groundbreaking cell housing unit.
Aircraft Starter Batteries
EAS has started work on new lightweight cylindrical cells specifically designed for small aircraft. AS's product development includes working with specialist composite manufacturer URT for a lightweight, robust and groundbreaking cell housing unit.
Having been successfully re-certified for ISO 9001, EAS has embarked upon the next phase and is now pushing forwards towards the Aerospace quality standard ISO 9100, with completion being targeted for 2017.
New Head of R&D
EAS is excited to announce the appointment of Kai Juhani Vuorilehto as CTO from March 2016.
Kai graduated from the Helsinki University of Technology with a Doctorate in Electro-chemistry in 1997, with post-doctoral stints at Forschungszentrum Jülich and the University of Helsinki. Kai is currently the Adjunct Professor at Aalto University School of Chemical Technology in Helsinki, Finland, and has enjoyed previous roles in the position of VP Production at Skeleton and CTO at European Batteries.
With a wealth of knowledge in electrochemical technologies, Kai will assist EAS to further improve its market leading high-power, high-energy, large format, cylindrical lithium ion cells.