Telespazio exhibits at ILA BERLIN AIRSHOW

Berlin  31 May 2016

Telespazio is present with the subsidiaries Telespazio VEGA Deutschland and GAF at the ILA Berlin Airshow, taking place from 1-4 June 2016 at the Berlin Expo Centre Schönefeld. The event is known to be one of the most important aerospace trade fairs in Europe.

Telespazio VEGA Deutschland has decided to showcase a variety of solutions to the trade and public visitors, ranging from support to well-known space missions, the provision of training solutions for the aviation sector to large space broadband offerings. Sister company GAF, an e-GEOS company (80% controlled by Telespazio with 20% participation by the Italian Space Agency) will be co-exhibiting their capabilities in geoinformation services.

During the industry days (1-2 June), Telespazio VEGA Deutschland will provide dedicated technology demonstrations to the trade visitors: At the main stand of Telespazio VEGA (Hall 4, 406), the company will showcase a Virtual Maintenance Trainer, developed for the NH90 transport helicopter. Outside hall 4, the space company will also highlight the use cases of space for earth through a demonstration of easy internet access via satellite.

In addition to this, Telespazio VEGA Deutschland has played an active role in contributing to the BDLI Space Pavilion, a unique world of experience highlighting the capabilities of the German Space Industry.

In the Space Pavilion, public and trade visitors will be able to learn how to control satellites after they have been launched into space: an interactive simulation will be offered to guide the visitor. Telespazio VEGA Deutschland is supporting this activity to promote the importance of the Ground Segment for every space mission. The company is involved in many of the space missions that will be on display in the Space Pavilion.

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