Years of experience
Telespazio Germany supports its partners by developing new ground segment solutions, operational concepts and training techniques.
Telespazio Germany has a strong network in the Aviation and ATM domain across all stakeholders, including regulators, supervisory authorities, air navigation service providers (ANSPs), airports, airlines and industry associations.
Telespazio Germany has strong expertise in Cybersecurity, Information security concepts and Training software infrastructure supporting the armed forces and companies which have significantly demands on training and mission support.
Telespazio Germany’s experts support the concept development for telecommunications planning and implementation, whether it is for an overall IT strategy or for satellite communication only.
Solutions to control, monitor, and operate satellites and to provide associated services.
Flight training, training for an isolated task, developing of very realistic simulators reflecting the customers' complex systems.
Design and deliver secure and efficient satellite communications solutions and offer stable and accessible connectivity anywhere in the world.
Terrestrial and satellite communication that enable dependable and secure connectivity, remote data distribution, and independent backup solutions.
Where we are
Europaplatz, 5 D-64293 Darmstadt (Germany)
+49 (0)6151–8257-0/ +49 (0)6151–8257–799
Based in Langen, Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS), the German air navigation service provider, controls air traffic in German airspace. It is responsible for the handling of both civil and military air traffic in peacetime.
Am DFS-Campus 10, 63225 Langen (Hessen), Germany
Phone:+49 6103 7070
The European Astronaut Centre (EAC) and Microgravity User Support Centre (MUSC) are both located in Cologne.
EAC is home to ESA’s astronaut corps, is the European centre of excellence for astronaut selection, training, and support.
MUSC, located at the DLR German Aerospace Centre, supports the preparation, operation and evaluation of space experiments in the fields of life and material sciences. It also investigates future missions and develops new experimental and measurement processes.
Linder Hoehe, 51147 Köln, Germany
+49 2203 60010