Upcoming Event - Inmarsat - MH370 Data Analysis and the Future of Space Based Aircraft Navigation
Our next event which will be joint with the Aerospace Network on 7 October 2014 at the Royal Society in London.
We will have two speakers from Inmarsat, Mark Dickinson, VP, Satellite Operations, covering the technical side of the MH370 analysis (he managed the technical team and was part of the search area refinement team) and David Coiley (Vice President, Aviation) talking about future technical developments. Further details of this event and how to register can be found here.
Countdown to Rosetta Probe Comet Landing This article in a recent issue of Advance magazine may be of interest to members.
Read this article on the BBC website about the Rosetta probe finally going into orbit around Comet 67P.
The IET Satellite Systems & Applications TPN organises an annual programme of engineering activities covering the industry. All of these events and activities are made possible by the efforts of a dedicated group of volunteers. If you would like to know more about our committees, or would like to be a volunteer for us, please get...
This June the IET Satellite Systems and Applications Network held a debate looking at government policy and technical issues around rural broadband. ‘Rural broadband debate: reaching the last few %’ was held in London on 10 June and saw 50 delegates come together to discuss the issues with experts from the fibre, wireless and satellite...
We specialise in furthering the knowledge and understanding of satellites, space vehicles and earth stations used in communications, navigation, earth observation, remote sensing and space exploration.
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.