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Details of our 'Space Systems, Services & Applications for Cities of the Future'  
to be held on 23 September 2015 at the Satellite Applications Catapult, Harwell nr Didcot can now
be found here. Please help us to promote this event to your colleagues/contacts via the attached poster.



See here for further details of our upcoming Milsat 2015 Conference and SatComms 2015 Course











We are also currently finalising plans for a visit and a series of presentations on the European Data Relay Station GS at Harwell.  Further details will be posted soon.
Are you interested in volunteering for the IET Satellite Systems and Applications Network?

Our Network is focused on satellites, space vehicles and earth stations used in: communications, navigation, earth observation, remote sensing. We’re looking for professionals who would like to join our team, so please get in touch. Contact us.

For more information, please visit the TPN Volunteering page.








 

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Milsatcoms 2015: Securing mission-critical, cost efficient and protected Milsatcom -  16 June 2015. London, UK Attend IET Milsatcoms 2015 and gain technical updates on evolution of Milsatcom technologies, enabling next-generation communications services and applications, including High Throughput Satellites, managing ... read more...

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The Satellite Systems & Applications TPN are organising two events at Harwell in May and June. The first one is on 14 May 2015 and is a day long seminar on 'Space Systems, Services and Applications for Cities of the Future. The second will be in late June on the European Data Relay Station GS. Further details of this will be posted to the events area in due course.
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