Space Systems: Trends, Opportunities and Challenges, an overview
This presentation in Burnaby, Vancouver on 18 September 2019 will provide an overview of space system engineering considerations and current industry trends, opportunity and challenges driven by technology maturation, proliferation, commercialization, globalization, policy, and both private and public sector investments in infrastructure and space assets. For more information on this event and how to register click here.
Registration Now Open - IET Satcoms - 34th Satellite Communications Systems Course - 16-20 September 2019
This industry-standard SatComs course programme presents a comprehensive overview of satellite communication technology and applications, so delegates can learn practical skills required for design engineers. Join our 34th course and explore fundamentals of link budgets; spacecraft and earth hardware design & engineering incl. antennas; payload and earth station engineering; networks and system design, current commercial and military use as well as likely future trends. The lecture sessions are complemented by the workshop day with a choice of industry-focussed project exercises that offer the most thorough technical groundings in satellite communications engineering available in the market.
UK Final of the IAF Students Space Competition 2019
The IET Satellite Network recently partnered up with the British Interplanetary Society (BIS), the Space Universities Network (SUN) and UK Students for Exploration & Discovery in Space (UKSEDS) for the final of the UK IAF Competition.
Six finalists presented to the judges in London earlier in the summer, they were as follows:
Undergraduate finalists Eleanor Frost, Adam Jago-Williams, Esme Hotson-Moore and postgraduate finalists, Bea Baharier, Thomas Cheyney, Carlo Convenevole.
The winners were Undergraduate - Eleonor Frost - University College London - Investigating the Feasibility and Design of a Microgravity Surgical Workstation and Postgraduate - Thomas Cheyney - Northumbria University - In the Interest of All Countries - Ensuring Equitable Access to Space Resources
We also filmed all the finalists on the day for our IET.tv channel and the presentations, together with a write up courtesy of the BIS can be found here in this blog.
Congratulations to all the finalists and winners.
Curious to know which VIP dropped by the IET stand at RIAT?
Then please read this blog from RIAT 2019 and to discover the identify of our surprise visitor.
The Satellite Network is pleased to announce its collaboration with the following organisations.
The British Interplanetary Society (BIS) promotes the exploration and use of space for the benefit of humanity, by connecting people to create, educate and inspire, and advance knowledge in all aspects of astronautics.
The British Interplanetary Society is one of the world’s leading think tanks on space development. The BIS organises lectures and conferences, produces general and technical publications, brings its members together to network and cooperate on projects, informs space policy and it represents the UK in space activities throughout the world.
The Space Universities Network provides resources and events to support university teaching staff of space science and engineering in the UK
They aim to enhance the quality of learning and teaching by providing support and resources to the higher education space science and engineering community. Theywish to help create a skilled workforce of graduates who can meet the challenges of future space exploration.
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