The Project IceCube’s cable engineering team at the University of Wisconsin contacted AEA Technology in the fall of 2005. They were testing different TDRs and wanted to evaluate the 20/20 TDR for their project. We modified a unit and gave them the slight range extension they needed. We recently found out the international scientific scope of Project IceCube and they were kind enough to give us the following press release concerning the accuracy and reliability of our 20/20 TDR. The globe in the picture is a DOM (Digital Optical Module), one of dozens on each string called an AMANDA and all connected with the cables shown. All the cable testing was done with AEA Technology’s 20/20 TDR.
"Project IceCube is a massive undertaking to bury a neutrino tracking sensor array into extremely pure ice at the South Pole. Critical to retrieving the data are the cables connecting the strings of sensors buried over a mile deep in the ice. Project IceCube selected AEA Technology's 20/20 TDR to test those cables and connections. The 20/20 TDR proved vital to the repairs of a damaged cable at the pole helping us exceed our goal for buried sensor strings this year. The Project IceCube's cable engineering team has complete confidence in AEA Technology's 20/20 TDR to perform accurately and reliably, whether at the University of Wisconsin or at the South Pole. For more information on the Neutrino Observatory visit www.icecube.wisc.edu."
AEA Technology, Inc. is proud to announce the unveiling of its refreshed and updated website. The new site has a brighter layout with easier navigation, and new features such as our sales and help desks. The site is optimized for newer mobile devices like tablets and Android or Apple iOS smart phonesDOWNLOAD FULL PRESS RELEASE
The Boeing Company, after a thorough evaluation, has approved the AEA Technology, Inc. E20/20 TDR Avionics Kit for testing and troubleshooting all types of wiring on their aircraft.DOWNLOAD FULL PRESS RELEASE
On February 7, 2013, AEA Technology, Inc. in partnership with ITT Exelis was informed by NAVAIR Lakehurst, NJ, that the final technical evaluation results concluded "The Hand-held Aircraft Wire Tester (HAWT) is deemed suitable and recommended for fleet use."DOWNLOAD FULL PRESS RELEASE
On January 7, 2013, AEA Technology, Inc. recieved official notice it had successfully completed all requirements and audits to be certified as an ISO 9001-2008 company. Certification was accomplished by NSF International Strategic Registrations. Certificate number CO124155-IS1 ws issued on January 8, 2013.DOWNLOAD FULL PRESS RELEASE
On November 30, 2012, AEA Technology, Inc. in partnership with ITT Exelis were awarded a muti-year contract to proved the US Navy with a Hand-held Aircraft Wire Tester (HAWT). The HAWT is a complete kit with aircraft specific test leads and other accessories. At it's core is AEA Technology's E20/20 TDR modified per NAVAIR specifications.DOWNLOAD FULL PRESS RELEASE
AEA Technology, Inc. is proud to introduce our lastest new product, the E20/20 Step TDR. "E" standing for the "Enhanced" version of our 20/20 TDR. The new E20/20 TDR replaces our 20/20 TDR which has been on the market for eight years, pioneer a path for hand-held Step TDRs, and has gained steadily in popularity and a loyal following among its users.DOWNLOAD FULL PRESS RELEASE
Project IceCube is a massive undertaking by an international team of scientist and engineeres to bury a neutrino tracking sensor array into extremely pure ice at the South Pole. Critical to retrieving the data are the cables connecting the strings of sensors buried over a mile deep in the ice. Project IceCube selected AEA Technology's 20/20 TDR to test those cables and connections.DOWNLOAD FULL PRESS RELEASE