La Space Alliance a Spaceops 2018

Marseille   24 May 2018

For the first time, Telespazio and Thales Alenia Space will be exhibiting together at SpaceOps on the join Space Alliance stand in Marseille (France), from 28 May to 1 June.

SpaceOps is the most important international conference and exhibitionon Spacecraft operations. Every two years, more than 650 delegates from more than 20 countries and from Space Agencies as well as industry representatives worldwide attend to present, share and discuss experiences and future challenges of satellite operations.

In 2018, SpaceOps is hosted in by CNES , the French Space Agency, and organized together with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

This year's theme is "Inspiring Humankind's Future".

During the five-day conference, the Telespazio Group will play an active role, be it through chairing sessions, through selected speakers, poster presenters or many contributions to papers. We recommend paying attention to presentations and posters about

Ground Segment as a Service

• Mission Planning Tools

• Operations Concepts

• EGS-CC

• Machine Learning Modelling

• Automation for testing, routine monitoring, contingency and ground control

• Microgravity and Space Experimentation Platforms

The full conference programme is available on the AIAA ScholarOne Website.

For a full overview of all Telespazio Group Presentations, please see our dedicated Telespazio Conference Programme.

Visitors to SpaceOps will be able to find us for the first time on the joint SpaceAlliance stand, located in the exhibition hall (stand number 20, 21, 22). While the Telespazio Group will focus on its expertise in Ground Segment Systems and Satellite Operations, Thales Alenia Space will give insights into the Iridium Satellite Constellation and the Stratobus, a vehicle halfway between a drone and a satellite.

Thanks to this large presence, visitors will be able to meet Telespazio and Thales Alenia Space representatives of many different areas of expertise, ranging from simulation & modelling, automation, mission planning, or mission control systems, as well as from different geographical representations of the SpaceAlliance, such as Italy, Germany and of course France.

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