Call for Abstracts for IAC Student Space Competition 2020 - UK Heat
The IET have teamed up again with the British Interplanetary Society (BIS), UKSEDS and the Space Universities Network (SUN) to launch the call for papers for the UK heat of the IAC Student Space Competition 2020 which will be held in Dubai on the 12-16 October 2020. Further details and how to enter can be found via this presentation. The deadline for entries is 27 March 2020.
Register for our Webinar - Satellite Technology for more Autonomous & Sustainable Civil Aerospace
Our webinar will be on Thursday, 16 April 2020 at 2.30pm
Satellite technology is being disrupted by new entrants and technologies; this webinar explores how these changes can be leveraged to disrupt aviation in turn. The webinar will provide aerospace and communications Engineers insight into opportunities and challenges for the use of satellite technology in future aviation, particularly beyond the established passenger-connectivity business. A vision for a connected aircraft progressing from on-ground supported operations to full autonomy will be drawn out, with the intent to catalyse a coordinated effort to change the way aircraft are flow and operated in the future. The webinar aims to stimulate ideas for how aviation might be revolutionised by emerging satellite technologies. To register for this webinar please click here.
Other Webinars you may be interested in
Operational Technology Security In The Oil & Gas, Water, Power, and Process Industries
Project Controls: Governance
Satellite TN aim for LEO
We tried but didn't get very far, see this blog for more details.
Milsatcoms - 8-9 June 2020 - IET Savoy Place, London
Meet and network with leading government representatives, satellite providers and commercial stakeholders at the premier conference for Milsatcoms professionals.
With over a decade of success, Milsatcoms is recognised as the place to be to hear the latest technical updates in the industry. This year’s conference will address policy updates, technology trends, infrastructure advancement and existing environmental threats. All while providing an excellent opportunity for you to network and hear important insights from those in the know. For further details click here.
They're here - UK Space 2019 Conference - Hot Topic Videos
You can catch-up with the four hot topic videos we filmed at UK Space in Newport on Constellations, Small Satellite Mass Manufacturing, On-Orbit Servicing and Small Launch. The TN would like to thank everyone who agreed to be filmed to produce these great videos.
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.