Aerospace Innovator Hydra-Electric to Introduce New Sensing Technologies at Paris Air Show

Hydra-Electric Company will showcase new sensor and switch solutions at the International Paris Air Show June 17-23, in Hall 5, Stand D-250. #PAS19 #ParisAirShow

Hydra-Electric Paris Air Show boothBurbank, CA — Hydra-Electric Company, an innovator of sensing technology for the aerospace market, announces it will be exhibiting at the 53rd International Paris Air Show June 17-23. The Company will be introducing new high performance sensor and switch solutions at the world’s largest aerospace trade show. Hydra-Electric CEO David Schmidt will be in attendance.

“As a tech pioneer in the aerospace industry, we always look forward to the Paris Air Show,” said Tim Burmood, Director of Product Engineering and Sales. “Over the week, we meet with international customers, develop new industry relationships, and showcase the innovations that make Hydra-Electric stand out in our marketplace. Companies are coming to us for solutions in sensors and switches that they aren’t finding amongst our competitors. We’ve been in this industry for over 70 years, and our company continues to stay a step ahead by creating solutions for issues that were thought to be unsolvable.”

The International Paris Air Show, held biannually since 1909, is the largest aerospace event in the world. The trade show in 2017 hosted 2,381 exhibitor companies from 48 countries, 290 Official Delegations from 98 countries, and 142,000 trade visitors.

Visitors can find Hydra-Electric in Hall 5, Stand D-250. Copies of the Company’s recently published white papers will be available in the booth and can also be downloaded electronically at https://hydraelectric.com/knowledge-center/content-library/

About Hydra-Electric

Hydra-Electric is a designer and manufacturer of breakthrough technology in sensors and switches for the aerospace industry, headquartered in Burbank, California. Its suite of solutions includes pressure, temperature, flow, and multi-function sensors and switches. Hydra-Electric’s cutting edge research and development, begun in 1948, continues today with numerous patented/patent-pending designs.