For more than a decade and a half, our engineers have provided all-round support for satellite operators, equipment manufacturers, teleports, and multimedia and broadband service providers. We consult our customers, collect the requirements, design the system and develop the final solution.
What makes us different from other software companies is that we provide software solutions and support exclusively for the satellite industry! Having a clear focus and understanding the industry gives us a running start when starting a new project!
Did you ever wonder why open source model is so successful? Well, I did.
Why would I use open source software, or even better, why should I share my work?
Why would any company give anything for free. We are in capitalism, money runs world, right?
Do you want to become a "space developer" and work for one of the leading companies in the production of software for the satellite industry?
Join our Zagreb office and find out why they call us "space whisperers" while working with the world's top experts on cutting-edge technologies, in a pleasant working environment. We hope you like challenges because the satellite industry certainly provides them.
So, one year has passed. And after a year of silence, our souls started to wake and suddenly our hearts were drawn by a hidden force long forgotten. It was time to decide. It was time to go on yet another never-ending hunting adventure. It was time for …
Zagreb, August 25th 2015 - Amphinicy Technologies is proud to announce - we have signed a grant agreement with the European Commission! Our product, Blink, an ultra-fast processor of data 20 times faster than the NASA library, is now officially financed by Horizon 2020 programme - the SME Instrument.
The European Ground System Architecture Workshop (ESAW) is a biannual event organised by the European Space Agency (ESA) that takes place in Darmstadt, Germany. The event takes place at ESOC, the European Space Operations Centre, lately catching the media's eye due to exciting events on the Rosetta/Phillae mission.
Amphinicy visited the DORS / CLUC 2015 conference held on FER dedicated to and promoting open source software. Number of local and international speakers shared their views on using open source software in community and commercial applications.
Being a small company highly involved in the satellite industry wordlwide, we were invited to hold a presentation about our story. We have accepted this kind invitation and will hold a presentation titled “Croatian SME company in EU space industry. Yes it is possible!”, planned on Friday 19 June from 18:00 to 18:15.
This year again, HUJAK and HrOUG joined in organizing one of the largest Java-related conferences in this part of Europe, the fourth edition of JavaCro. The conference took place at Crveni Otok (the Red Island) near Rovinj, and during those two days the interested audience had the opportunity to take part in various talks about the current and future technologies related to the vast ecosystem of Java.
11th Conference “Cartography and Geoinformation”, organized by Croatian Cartographic Society was held in Buzet, Croatia from May 8-10, 2015. By organizing the conference in the International Map Year (IMY), the Croatian Cartographic Society had a wish to contribute to the development of geoinformatics, cartography, geography and associated fields.
This year, Amphinicy Technologies is presenting on MIPRO - 38th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics.
Do you like droids? Then you should have visited Droidcon Zagreb 2015.
Droids are now in every pocket...ok, almost every pocket and I must say that we in Amphinicy respect and support other platforms as well. Let’s face it, it is our goal to publish our apps to many platforms and each one of them has it’s ups and downs. But since we are talking about Droids, let’s stick with the Android scene for a while, shall we?
Over 650 000 European citizens have now visited the European Space Expo, as it continues its tour of major European cities. This free exhibition highlights the many ways in which the EU space programme helps EU citizens 'on the ground' every day.