• Exhibitors presentation

  • ESA - European Space Agency, stand n1

      The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.
    ESA’s job is to draw up the European space programme and carry it through. ESA's programmes are designed to find out more about Earth, its immediate space environment, our Solar System and the Universe, as well as to develop satellite-based technologies and services, and to promote European industries. ESA also works closely with space organisations outside Europe.
  • SpaceOpal GmbH, stand n2

    Spaceopal GmbH is the Prime contractor for the operational services for Galileo, the European Union’s global satellite navigation system. Ha­ving been selected at the end of 2016 as the Galileo Service Operator (GSOp) after a competitive procurement carried out by the European GNSS Agency (GSA), Spaceopal manages operations of all control and mission assets including the Space Segment of the Galileo program. As Service Operator of the Galileo system, Spaceopal, together with its partners, is providing high-quality positioning, navigation and timing services in compliance with the Galileo Services performance require­ments to the European Commission and users across the whole world. With its strong and unique expertise Spaceopal, together with its Share­holders Telespazio and DLR-GfR, has successfully contributed to all ma­jor Galileo Project achievements since 2010.
  • KARI, stand n3

    The Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) was established in 1989 as a national aerospace research institution. KARI undertakes national R&D projects in the area of aircraft, satellite and space launch vehicle. Over the past years, KARI has secured advanced satellite technology through the development of multipurpose LEO satellites and a geostationary satellite. KARI has also successfully launched Korea’s first space launch vehicle “Naro (KSLV-I)”, from its space center in 2013 and obtained aviation technology through the Korean Helicopter Program and Smart UAV. KARI is currently working on lunar exploration project, development of next generation space launch vehicle (KSLV-II), advanced LEO & GEO satellites and SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation System) and continuing to engage in exploring, developing and spreading new technologies in the aerospace sector.
  • Orbit Logic, stand n4

    Orbit Logic specializes in mission planning, scheduling, and space situational awareness. Orbit Logic's operationally proven software products create better plans faster with fewer resources, more insight, and less risk.  Our highly configurable desktop, web, mobile, and onboard software supports analysis and operations for domains including aerial/satellite imaging and space/ground networking.
  • SCISYS Deutschland GmbH, stand n5

    SCISYS Deutschland GmbH is part of the international SCISYS Group with around 580 employees. SCISYS is a leading provider of integrated solutions and products for ground & on-board systems. Within the ground segment domain SCISYS is a reliable and experienced partner for monitoring & control, data processing, automation, autonomous & intelligent systems, system modelling & simulation, infrastructures, data services and applications. SCISYS also provides on-site engineering and operations services for the management and procurement of space-related projects. For us, a long-standing partnership based on trustworthy collaboration with our customers is the key to sustained success in the exciting and sophisticated space market.
  • Viasat, stand n6

    Viasat is a global communications company that believes everyone and everything in the world can be connected. For more than 30 years, Viasat has helped shape how consumers, businesses, governments and militaries around the world communicate. Today, the Company is developing the ultimate global communications network to power high-quality, secure, affordable, fast connections to impact people's lives anywhere they are—on the ground, in the air or at sea. To learn more about Viasat, visit: www.viasat.com, go to Viasat's corporate blog, or follow the Company on social media at: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter or YouTube.
  • LAM, stand n7

                         LABORATOIRE D'ASTROPHYSIQUE DE MARSEILLE (LAM)LAM is a leading European space laboratory combining astrophysical research and instrument development for large ground-based and space telescopes. LAM researchers conduct international programs combining observation, analysis, modeling and theory. LAM technical skills in instrumentation development are based on: in-situ expertise in optical and mechanical design, technology facilities unique in Europe and a center of astrophysical data (CESAM). LAM thus manages instrument development projects from their early design to operation and data analysis, in partnership with major funding agencies (CNES, ESA, ESO, ASA).
  • L3 Technologies, stand n8

    L3 Technologies, Telemetry & RF Products is a full-service manufacturer of state-of-the-art communication and telemetry solutions for airborne, intel, maritime, space and terrestrial applications.
    Our integrated solutions which combine latest-generation technologies and proven processes, are sold to defense, intelligence and government agencies, as well as international and commercial organizations. We partner with customers, industry and academia to develop innovations that reduce costs and improve performance.
    Stop by our booth for an InControl™ Satellite Fleet Command & Control demo.
  • Northern Lights, stand n9

    NLGP :  The Northern Lights General Partnership (NLGP) provides wholesale bandwidth, focusing on large capacity interfaces with scalable service and pricing, utilizing the robust Mackenzie Valley Fibre-optic Link (MVFL). The MVFL offers world-class solutions in transmitting large data quantities globally. Located in Canada’s Arctic, this fibre route is strategically positioned to maximize the value of on-orbit assets, and imagery products transported to end users.
    Satellite operators can expect excellent satellite imagery to support decision processes in mission-critical environments. Satellite operators and EO end users can access the fastest and most secure data transport for any application
  • CS Systme d'information, stand n11

    Designer, integrator and operator of mission-critical systems, CS is present all along the value chain for its customers. With a turnover of €176M and 1,800 employees, CS is recognized by its major customers thanks to the expertise & commitment of its staff. CS solutions for space, ground or embedded systems and applications can be found at the heart of many civil and military programs. As supplier to the CNES (national space research center) and the European Space Agency (ESA), CS has been involved in most of the major European space programs and operational critical Software for over 30 years.
  • EUMETSAT, stand n12

    EUMETSAT is Europe’s operational satellite agency for monitoring the weather and climate, which delivers vital weather and climate data to 30 Member States from Darmstadt, Germany. EUMETSAT operates four geostationary Meteosat spacecraft which provide frequent observations vital for severe weather warnings, and two Metop polar orbiting satellites which supply a unique wealth of ocean, land and atmospheric parameters essential for forecasting high impact weather up to 10 days in advance. EUMETSAT is also a partner in the Jason ocean altimetry missions and operates the Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission related to ocean and atmosphere on behalf of the EC.
  • TELESPAZIO VEGA Deutschland, stand n13

    The Space Alliance is a strategic partnership between Leonardo and Thales, creating two joint ventures: Telespazio and Thales Alenia Space. Telespazio, a Leonardo and Thales 67/33 joint venture, is one of the world’s leading operators in satellite services and ground segment systems. At SpaceOps, the Group will be represented by its two largest subsidiaries, Telespazio VEGA Deutschland and Telespazio France. Thales Alenia Space, a Thales and Leonardo 67/33 joint venture, operates and delivers space-based systems for telecommunications, navigation, Earth observation, environmental management, exploration, science and orbital infrastructures.
  • Syrlinks, stand n14

    Syrlinks designs and manufactures high-end, cost-effective radio-communication and geolocation sub-systems for Space, Defense, and Safety.
    Syrlinks’ products combine innovative technology and reliability to offer advanced performances and easy integration.
    Syrlinks is the pioneer in qualified active COTS use.
    Since ROSETTA and DEEP-IMPACT missions, more than 70 spacecrafts were equipped cumulating 400 years in orbit with 100% reliability.
    Portfolio is the largest on the market, dedicated to NanoSatellites up to medium-sized satellites (COTS/NEWSPACE based or CLASS 3/2 ECCS-Q-ST-60C compliant)
    - HighDataRate transmitters, transceivers (TT&C/ISL) in different frequency bands (L,S,X,K), and quality levels.
    - GNSS SDR Receiver, based on multi-frequencies/multi-platform
  • SANSA, stand n15

    The South African National Space Agency (SANSA) promotes the use of space and cooperation in space-related activities while fostering research in space science, advancing scientific engineering through development of human capital and provides support to industrial development in space technologies.
    SANSA develops the existing national capacity, competence, experience, skills and expertise in space science and technology in Earth Observation, Space Science, Space Engineering and Space Operations.
    SANSA Space Operations provides excellent ground station facilities (more than 35 locally installed antennas and numerous satellite ground systems) and services, including satellite TT&C, launch support, in-orbit testing, mission control and satellite-based navigation. Contact us for more information.
  • GMV, stand n16

    GMV is a trusted partner of leading Satellite Manufacturers, Satellite Operators and Space Agencies. Since 1984, GMV provides engineering, systems integration and software development capabilities in the areas of mission analysis, guidance-navigation-control (GNC), robotics, on board software, ground segment integration, satellite and mission simulation, satellite and mission control, flight dynamics, ground stations, mission planning, payload management&control, data processing, operations and applications for any satellite mission. Involved in more than 450 satellite missions and having a reliable GMV’s portfolio of flight proven products for satellite engineering and satellite operations, which are deployed worldwide in more than 40 satellite operators and agencies.
  • KSAT, stand n17

    KSAT provides ground station services to the largest space agencies and leading commercial space organizations globally, with a clear focus on providing highly critical support to earth observation, meteorological, scientific and telecom satellites. The KSAT owned and operated Ground Station Network consists of a total of 20 ground stations around the globe. This network provides unique uplink/downlink capabilities to our customers, enabling a cost-efficient, flexible and optimized ground segment solution tailored to the specific needs of each of our customers.
  • Contec Co, ltd, stand n18

    CONTEC is a spin-off company from KARI which was established in 2015, and doing the business in the space and defense application.
    The CEO, Mr. Sunghee Lee have experienced in design, development, data analysis and operation for launch vehicle and satellite mission as well as CNES launch mission for 16 years in KARI. Based on these heritages, CONTEC provides the customized ground station service through our own ground station with accumulated technologies and unique ability. 
    The goal of enterprise creates the meaningful value in the world, CONTEC will try to make the new value in East-Asia for our valuable customers.
  • Vitrociset Belgium Sprl, stand n19

    Our offer is aimed at highly competitive markets - from Defence to Satellite Navigation, up to space and telecommunications - and is constantly enhanced through continuous investments in R&D.
    35 years of experience in the field of Space Operations Service & Engineering activities, providing a significant contribution to the most major programmes of the ESA with skilled operational and engineering services, systems and software tools for Ground Data Network. We are deeply involved in the Galileo Programme with significant contribution in the Ground Mission and Control Segment.

    The National Space Science Center (NSSC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences is China’s gateway to space science. It is the key institute in China responsible for planning, developing, launching and operating China’s space science satellite missions. It also spearheads space science research in the fields of space physics, space environment, microwave remote sensing, space engineering technology, etc.
    Space Science Mission Operations Center (SMOC), a department of NSSC?is in charge of satellite operations, data acquisition, as well as data processing and management, to ensure satellite missions implement effectively and contribute to China’s space science efforts.
  • DLR GSOC, stand n21

      The German Space Operations Center (GSOC) in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich is DLR's center for space operations, currently operating 9 satellites in geostationary and low-earth orbits. Those and other missions are supported by DLR's ground station in Weilheim with more than 15 antennas. On behalf on ESA, DLR operates Columbus, the European Science Module at the ISS. In Cologne, the Microgravity User Support Center (MUSC) houses DLR’s European User Support Operation Center (USOC) and the Lander Control Center (LCC). DLR also hosts and supports the European Astronaut Center (EAC). DLR with its Mobile Rocket Base is in charge of planning, preparing and executing a large variety of sounding rocket missions.
  • DLR GfR mbH, stand n22

    DLR GfR mbH is a company providing reliable, safe and secure aerospace services. The company is responsible for managing the constellation of the European Satellite Navigation System Galileo from the Galileo Control Center (GCC) in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany and develops value-added services for Communication, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS). Relying on its competences gained as a manufacturer-independent Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) together with many years of expertise as the main entity for Galileo Constellation Operations, DLR GfR is able to provide a high-level consultancy to a variety of critical infrastructures such as international airports or to stakeholders for navigation applications and digitalisation of smart cities.
  • Zodiac Data System, stand n23

    Zodiac Data Systems a high technology company that designs, manufactures and supplies a broad range of products and solutions for satellite command control, observation satellites data collection and satellite communications QoS monitoring.
  • TERMA, stand n24

    For more than 40 years, Terma has provided specialist software, hardware and services for Telecommunication, Scientific, Earth Observation, Navigation and manned missions. The recent ones include JUICE, MetOp-SG, OneWeb, Electra, EDRS, Galileo, Euclid, ExoMars 2016, the Sentinels, EarthCARE, Aeolus and MTG. We also make small satellites and instruments – for example, ASIM, an ISS payload to be operational in 2018.
    We cover all phases of the mission lifecycle – from feasibility studies, through realization and operation to exploitation of the mission results. Our products are used all over the world by prime contractors, satellite operators and space agencies.
  • Innoflair, stand n25

    Innoflair offer innovative mission support products and bespoke software development services. Connect, Innoflair's serverless application platform designed specifically for the ground segment of space missions, delivers unparalleled flexibility to allow operators to easily automate operational tasks, bridge heterogeneous systems, perform controlled transfers between networks and more, all without worrying how and where the processing functions are going to run. It provides a cost effective, highly available and scalable command and data distribution infrastructure suitable for large fleets and constellations. Connect can seamlessly integrate with other software such as mission control systems and Innoflair's mission planning and event logging solutions.
  • Matra Electronique, stand n26

    Based on our outstanding heritage in Defense and Space Grade Electronics, MATRA Electronique has become a leader in the supply of mission critical electronic equipment. 
    We offer design, manufacturing, integration and maintenance of complete electronic equipment in operational conditions.
    We are fully engaged to support your Space and New Space projects.
    Matra is a contributor to EXOMARS, BEPI COLOMBO, Taranis, Euclid, Solar Orbiter, Metop-SG, JUPITER ICY MOON EXPLORER (JUICE) and many more Space programs.
    We are innovating in New Space Manufacturing with Airbus and OneWeb Satellites.

       DLR GfR mbH is a company providing reliable, safe and secure aerospace services. The company is responsible for managing the constellation of the European Satellite Navigation System Galileo from the Galileo Control Center (GCC) in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany and develops value-added services for Communication, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS). Relying on its competences gained as a manufacturer-independent Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) together with many years of expertise as the main entity for Galileo Constellation Operations, DLR GfR is able to provide a high-level consultancy to a variety of critical infrastructures such as international airports or to stakeholders for navigation applications and digitalisation of smart cities.
  • Infostellar, stand n28

      Infostellar develops and maintains a ground services solution called StellarStation, a sharing platform for satellite antennas. The platform connects ground stations around the world in a shared cloud network, managing the various processes required to match satellites with appropriate antennas and deliver data securely.
    Using StellarStation, ground station operators can share their unused antenna time and access antennas worldwide for their satellite operations. This allows for cost-effective increases in satellite communications time and reduced latency. Tapping into under-utilized ground station capacity also provides an opportunity for additional revenue
     By lowering costs and increasing communication time, Infostellar empowers satellite operators to improve their service quality and pursue new business opportunities.
  • Antwerp Space, stand n29

    Antwerp Space, former Alcatel Bell Space, is specialized in Satellite Communication with a track record of 55 years in following fields:Ground Station Equipment   High speed demodulators for Earth Observation Satellites   IBB Integrated Baseband Equipment for Telemetry & Tele-Command for telecom & EO satellites   Frequency converters (X-band, Ka-band) Satellite Ground Facilities  Ground Stations   Satellite Check-Out Equipment (SCOE EGSE) Secure Satellite Communication Networks Satellite Flight Equipment: flexible & cost effective modems for small satellites Integration of Communication Subsystems for scientific satellites (ExoMars, JUICE) Electronic modules Communication Engineering
  • Space Generation Advisor Council, stand n30

    SGAC works on the international, national and local level to link together university students and young professionals to think creatively about international space policy issues and voice the new generation point of view on international space policy creations.
    All SGAC members are encouraged to present SGAC to their local schools, industries and space agencies using the presentation available above. Please notify us of its use by sending an email to: info@spacegeneration.org.
  • ASI, stand n31

    ASI was founded in 1988. Its purpose was to coordinate all of Italy's efforts and investments in the space sector that had begun in the 1960s. ASI has become one of the most significant players in the world in space science, satellite technologies and the development of mobile systems for exploring the Universe. Today, it has a key role at the European level where Italy is the third contributor country to the European Space Agency. ASI’s strong relationship with NASA has led to its participation in many of the most interesting scientific missions of recent years such as the construction and activities of the International Space Station. Thanks to ASI's efforts, the Italian scientific community has had unprecedented successes in recent years in astrophysics and cosmology. ASI has also significantly contributed to space exploration. One of ASI most important program is Cosmo-SkyMed, aimed at improving our knowledge of the Earth, but ASI also has the leadership in the European program VEGA, the small rocket fully designed in Italy.
  • Startups Village Starbust, stand n32

    Starburst drives the largest global aerospace startup ecosystem with corporate partners such as CNES, Boeing, Thales, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Safran, Panasonic, Millennium Space, MOOG and many more. With of ces in LA, Paris, Munich, Montreal, Singapore and San Francisco, Starburst has evaluated over 3000 aerospace startups and provides end-to- end support for all aspects of using innovative technologies for Aerospace: from startup acceleration to consulting and corporate venture.
    Starburst has been mandated by the CNES agency to organize the Startup Village of Space Ops 2018.
  • CNES, stand n33

    CNES plays a key role in the French, European and international space arena, driving initiatives, stimulating new proposals and providing technical expertise to support the design, development and operation of space systems. Founded to shape and execute France’s space policy, and true to its vocation, CNES is constantly reinventing space. After inventing the Ariane family of launchers, today its teams are federating European efforts around the key projects set to shape the future.
  • SSC, stand n34

    SSC is a leading global provider of advanced space services. We are a full-service-provider of satellite ground segment  and engineering services as well as launch services for sounding rockets, balloons and small satellites to commercial, defence and institutional customers.
    As owner and operator of a global network of multi-mission satellite ground stations, SSC offers unequalled earth coverage in any orbit and provides reliable access to all spacecraft.
    SSC operates Europe’s largest launching facility, Esrange Space Center and provides a large variety of launching services including system and payload design.
    Additionally, we offer complete space consultancy services to satellite operators and support all project phases.
  • Airbus, stand n35

    Delivering the Best Value in Space:
    With cutting-edge capabilities and decades of experience, the Space Systems business line of Airbus has all that it takes to design, develop and operate major space systems for commercial and institutional customers.
    Today’s New Space challenges lead us to designing breakthrough concepts that encompass both space and ground segments into comprehensive turn-key solutions. Based on both a sound experience and forward-looking proprietary innovations, Airbus has re-thought operations for an improved user experience in daily satellite management.
  • MBRSC, stand n36

    The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) is a Dubai Government entity which aims to promote scientific innovation and technological advancement in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). MBRSC works on missions, conducts researches and studies related to space science and technology, in line with the approach of the UAE, in its quest to develop the sector and build national skills through it.
    The Centre is developing and leading ambitious projects and programs under the umbrella of the UAE National Space Programme including the Emirates Mars Mission – Hope mission, the Mars 2117 program, the UAE National Astronauts Program, and the Integrated Satellite Manufacturing Program. The Centre is also responsible for specialised and advanced technical projects assigned to stakeholders. Moreover, MBRSC provides space imaging and ground station services and support to other satellite services.

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