GMV will be taking part in the upcoming Space Engineering and Technology Final Presentation days (SET-FPDs), to be held on 18 and 19 June in Noordwijk, the Netherlands.
Diffusion and utilization of technology achievements is essential if ESA’s Technology, Engineering and Quality Directorate is to fulfil its remit of driving and marshalling the agency’s technological innovation. One of this Directorate’s main aims is to develop a wide range of advanced technologies, bringing them up to a sufficient maturity level to be used on space missions.
SET-FPDS is an event for European Industry and ESA technical experts to showcase their work in developing advanced technology for Space missions.
On the 19th, Jeremy Pierce Mayer of GMV INSYEN will be giving a paper in the 5C session on “Delay-Tolerant Network for Earth observation Satellite”.