Monday, May 8, 2017 - 09:00 to Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 17:00
The Satellite Communications Summer School covers applications, methodological advances and basic theory of Satellite Communications. It is organised by the University of Malta in collaboration with Satellite Network of Experts (SatNEx) and with...
9-10 October 2017, ESTEC, Noordwijk (The Netherlands)
Monday, October 9, 2017 - 09:00 to Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 16:00
High Altitude Pseudo Satellites (HAPS) are stratospheric platforms that stay over a fixed point on Earth from weeks to months. Capitalising on these developments, the European Space Agency is reaching out to the Telecommunication, Earth...
Magnitude Space is building a nano‐satellite platform to provide low‐cost IoT data connectivity for sensors globally. In an open development environment, sensors will be integrated with small transmission hardware to send small packets of data to a low‐cost cube-sat constellation and from there via ground stations to data servers at the customers’ premise.
In the frame of space debris mitigation, ESA has implemented new requirements and recommendations, which state that satellite propulsion systems shall be passivated at end of life. The main objective of the project is to develop a Gas Passivation Valve (GPV) to meet applicable passivation requirements related to the existing European Geostationary Telecoms platforms.
Designing, building and testing the most advanced and first commercially-viable picosatellite in conjunction with a PocketQube Orbital Deployer - the means with which to launch a large number of PocketQubes profitably.
CAN bus has been used in automotive and industrial applications for years in complex systems that require demanding command and control performance. In space systems, the benefits of CAN bus have also been recognized: reducing the number of wires and weight along with lower power consumption and easier testability will result in major cost savings for spacecraft manufacturers. CAN bus is rapidly becoming an on-board standard command and control bus.
Innovative design of new ITAR free monopropellant 1N thruster developed specifically to out-perform existing flight-proven designs in terms of longevity. Radical use of materials, catalyst loading, nozzle and injector design, filtering and fine particle control, etc. will make this thruster a key player in the 1N chemical thruster market for satellite orbit control systems. Flight Standard Qualification to 44kg throughput was completed in August 2016. Delivery of first flight thruster in September 2016 ensures rapid flight heritage for the MHT-1N with launch planned for June 2017.