ESA and NASA join forces to understand climate change

ESA ESA Climate change is, arguably, the biggest environmental challenge the global population faces today. To address this major issue, decision-makers not only need accurate information on how our world is changing now, but also predictions on what may happen in the future. A sound knowledge of how Earth behaves as one system is the Read More

Digitisation of voice and data communications at ENAIRE’s Air Traffic Control Centre in Seville and the Málaga Tower

• The IP Voice Communications equipment integrates all the data into the same network and entails transitioning from an analogue to a digital system. • These systems provide an unprecedented, time-effective guarantee of safety, availability and resilience to all airspace users. • The tender amount is approximately 14 million euros and the execution time is Read More

New satellite data techniques reveal coastal sea-level rise

ESA For the hundreds of millions of people living in coastal regions around the world, rising seas driven by climate change pose a direct threat. In order for authorities to plan appropriate protection strategies, accurate information on sea-level rise close to the coast is imperative. For various reasons, these measurements are difficult to get from Read More

GA-ATS orders DO-228 flight simulator

Fully-Immersive EURAMEC Do-228 Flight Sim Will Be Certified to EASA Standards General Atomics AeroTec Systems GmbH (GA-ATS), a subsidiary of General Atomics Europe GmbH, has recently placed an order with EURAMEC N.V. of Hamme, Belgium for a fully-immersive flight simulator for the Dornier 228NG aircraft family. This simulator allows for a complete "immersion" in the Read More

OQ Technology expands its business operations and puts its first commercial 5g IoT satellite into orbit

Company also wins ESA tender, establishes LEO Constellation Control Centre and contracts ground station OQ Technology has announced several milestones that will bring the 5G IoT satellite operator closer to its goal of providing commercial Internet-of-things and machine-to-machine services using 5G connectivity across the globe. Among its recent steps to expand its business are the Read More

SpaceX is forced to scrub Tuesday’s Transporter-2 launch attempt due to the range being a No Go!

Seconds before launch SpaceX had to scrub the Tuesday June 29th launch attempt due to a report that the range was red or a "No Go" for launch. It most likely was due to storms near the launch pad and LZ-1 landing area or a reported aircraft in the restricted area mentioned on the SpaceX Read More