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IET Satcom Security and Efficiency Seminar
Content from the recent seminar held in Birmingham on 27 November 2014
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  The IET Satellite Systems & Applications TPN recently joined forces with the Events team to deliver a seminar covering the very latest research and development trends in security and efficiency for satellite communications.   The event provided the following content: Showcased new industrial, academic and government research, with a strong... read more...
The Satellite Systems & Applications TPN have organised a number of excellent events in the past couple of years and here is a reminder of some resources that you can view. HYLAS 1 - From dream to reality HYLAS 1 was the first broadband satellite from Avanti Communications and uses Ka-band technology to deliver high speed, two-way data services... read more...

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Are you one of the lucky ones going to the Surrey Space Centre tonight to have a tour and learn about innovation in this industry? Let us know how it goes.
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Satellite Resources

HYLAS 1 - From dream to reality
Learn more about the HYLAS 1 project and view the presentation from a previous IET event

Skylon Lecture 2012
The Skylon solution for better space transportation. View the presentation from Alan Bond who discussed the SABRE engines and development of the technology.

Solar Orbiter - Europe visits the Sun
Learn about the science behind the Solar Orbiter mission, the instruments involved and the design of the mission and spacecraft.