It is a new international launch conference and exhibition with a purely commercial focus. It is designed for the Space Sector with focus on practical topics tackling everyday commercial and innovation matters.
On February 2020 Aviosonic, in collaboration with The Von Karman Institute of Bruxelles, will test DeCAS system in the Plasmatron Wind Tunnel.
The IAA Conference on Space Debris Observation, presented DECAS, from 9 to 10 July 2019, Castelgrande,
Basilicata region (South of Italy).
The event was held by GAUSS srl and was intended to address the topics related to Space Debris, offering insights deriving from studies and first-hand.
Moreover we spoke about DeCAS integration in Unisat7 mission.
The international conference dedicated to space access, services technologies, research centres, SMEs,
universities, large industries, incubators, start-ups, innovators, policy makers, space agencies, institutions, investors,
associations and all stakeholders in the space sector.
Aviosonic is partner of Moreart and this weekend, in Milan city, Krzysztof Wodiczko presents Loro (them).
Sounds, light and technologies will mixup with a strong theme: Milan’s growing immigrant population and the complexities of life as a refugee on a continent that is increasingly hostile towards foreign newcomers.
During the DeCAS in-orbit test validation, alert messages forecasting the D-SAT simulated re-entry footprint position will be encapsulated in MAMES protocol,
making it one of the MAMES emergency messages stored in D-SAT for re-broadcast. Aviosonic has established a ground station at Andrea Ponti Institute in Gallarate Center to validate all of the DeCAS communications and the three-segment DeCAS system - specifically space, ground and user.