RADECS EVENT 2020

NSREC 2020

Fly your satellite!

Do you want to « Fly Your Satellite! » with ESA?

We organize a one-day FASTRAD training!

If you are interested, please contact us at fastrad@trad.fr for more details!

Thank you for visiting our booth during the NSREC 2019

We are pleased to have met you at the Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference 2019 in Texas.

We hope you enjoyed meeting us and we gave you the information you needed.

For any questions about our products or additional information, our team will be happy to answer you and accompany you.

 

FASTRAD® 3.9 Released May 2019!

MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS:

  • Modelling: You can now modify your imported geometries (CAD shapes) directly in FASTRAD®.
           – Evolution of the concept of hollowing shapes into a concept of “complex shapes”, allowing cut and merge operations on all shapes.
  • Reverse Monte Carlo – Internal Charging: Improvement of the charging analysis accuracy.
  • Monte Carlo – Live and interactive results display: dose, transmitted spectra and error indicators. You can follow your calculation without opening the temporary result files.

 

Applied Space Environments Conference (ASEC)

12-17 May – Los Angeles, Californie

TRAD Presentation – Dr. Athina Varotsou, ‘Radiation analysis engineering tools: validation and application for geosynchronous orbit’

Presentation on Monday the 13rd of May, Radiation Effects on Parts session, see more info in the detailed programme.

 

GREAT SUCCESS OF THE SATELLITE 2018 SHOW – AEROSPACE VALLEY

FASTRAD 3.8 VERSION

TRAD is proud to present the new 3.8 FASTRAD® version. This release is offering brand new features and a wide range of improvements

Download FASTRAD_ReleaseNotes.pdf

FASTRAD, USED FOR JUICE MISSION

La mission JUICE - © ESAJUICE Mission- © ESA

Fastrad has been selected by ESA for the JUICE Mission, for radiation analysis at scientific instrument level.

SPACE FPGA USERS WORKSHOP – 2016 – ESTEC

TRAD participates to the SEFUW – Space FPGA Users Workshop – 15-17th March 2016

The aim of the workshop is to share experiences and wishes among FPGA designers, FPGA vendors and research teams developing methodologies to address radiation mitigation techniques and reconfigurable systems. For more info please visit the website