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  • S-Band Workshop 2012

    This workshop gathers the results of several ARTES funded activities in the S-band domain. The event will bring together industry and operators interested in S-band with the aim of fostering communication and exchanging ideas for the future of S-band in Europe.

  • Satellite User Terminal Antenna Workshop 2012

    The workshop will provide a forum for systems operators, equipment suppliers, researchers and end users to focus on Satcom User Terminal Antennas. It will identify the future market trends, needs and requirements, anticipated by players in the Satcom market.

  • Telecom Applications Workshop 2006

  • ESA Bulletin features TIA projects

    ESA´s November issue of the Bulletin features the Telecommunications and Integrated Applications directorate in two articles.

  • Triple Play victory with ESA´s support

    ESA´s support in satcom research and development has helped Belgian company Newtec score a “triple play” victory.

  • Successful workshop on HYLAS 1 Applications opportunity

    Opportunities to use capacity on the HYLAS 1 satellite are being met with high interest from European space application providers.

  • Workshop: Demonstrating applications using HYLAS 1 satellite

    A workshop presenting the opportunity to use capacity on the HYLAS 1 satellite will take place on 19 October at the International Space Innovation Centre (ISIC), Harwell Oxford Campus, UK.

  • Hylas-1 ready for service

    It´s all systems go for Hylas-1, the first satellite created specifically to deliver broadband access to European consumers.

  • Cont-Trak

    - Demonstrating efficient container tracking

    Whether at sea, on rail, staggered or stored, shipping containers can now be tracked worldwide via satellite.

  • A new generation for DVB-RCS

    Specifications for the second generation of the digital video broadcasting-return channel satellite (DVB-RCS) standard have been approved and published under the name RCS2. A wide panel of experts participated in this two-year effort, one of the largest efforts ever undertaken in satellite communications standardisation.