27 - 29 November 2019, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome (Italy)
ISAECT2019 is a forum for engineers, scientists & researchers to present their recent works and developments in Information and Communication Technologies, Smart Systems, and Electrical Engineering. Deadline for papers: July 10, 2019.
Space cameras to monitor the deployment of satellites and check the health of spacecraft will be developed under the Pioneer-IODA project by Micro-Cameras and Space Exploration based in Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
28 - 29 May 2019, Ostuni Rosa Marina Resort, Ostuni (Italy)
The Workshop will bring together leaders of major space and non-space European stakeholders, both from institutions and commercial sectors, in order to interactively discuss about potential cooperative space cyber-security initiatives for Smart Cities and Urban Mobility.
Thales Alenia Space has delivered the first Spacebus Neo payload module structure, including the first ever Mechanically Pumped Loop (MPL) to be mounted on a telecommunication satellite designed for 15 years of in-orbit service. It will be flown on the SES-17 satellite that is due to start service operations in 2021.
The trend towards MEO (Medium Earth Orbit) satellites is gaining momentum with further growth in the segment very likely. This shift has created a need for enhanced modems to better match the characteristics of this orbit.
The first commercial microsatellite developed under ESA’s SAT‐AIS programme for tracking ships, called ESAIL, has passed another milestone. On 9 May its Canadian operator exactEarth signed the launch service agreement with Arianespace.
The first European satellite capable of being completely reprogrammed after launch, developed in an ESA Partnership Programme, has passed another important milestone. The communications module of Eutelsat Quantum has completed its baseline payload testing at Airbus in Toulouse.
Today’s interconnected world is ever more vulnerable to cyberattacks, emphasising the importance of secure encryption to protect Europe’s critical infrastructure and communications. An agreement forged today between the European Commission and the European Space Agency marks the first steps towards creating a highly secure, pan-European quantum communication infrastructure.