Darmstadt, 10 November 2015 – The EUMETSAT held a briefing on 10 November 2015 in its headquarters in Darmstadt, Germany.
The aim of the meeting was to present technical, programmatic and contractual aspects of the procurement of the Payload data Acquisition and Processing (PDAP) in front of the interested audience. The PDAP is a sub-segment of the overall ground segment of the EUMETSAT’s EPS-SG mission for monitoring weather and climate from low polar orbit.
The invitation to tender is expected to be published in the first quarter of 2016 while the first satellite launches are planned for mid-2021. The briefing finished with a session of questions and answers followed by free time for exchanging information amongst attendees.
Aside from the interest to participate in the project, Amphinicy took a chance to promote its innovative project Blink, ultra-fast satellite telemetry parser and discuss industry needs in the domain of the satellite data acquisition and processing in the Earth observation missions. The activity was part of the feasibility study sponsored by the H2020 SME instrument Phase 1.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 699132.
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European Space Agency (ESA) hosted the 6th European Ground System Architecture Workshop (ESAW 2017) at the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, 20-21 June 2017. ESAW provided an international forum for the exchange of ideas, results, new trends and practices in the ground segment for space missions.
We remember last year's Job Fair which was our first time there. A year went by so fast and we were already making plans and preparing everything for our second round of meeting students and our new potential employees. We planned and wanted to present Amphinicy even better because we believe we have so much to offer to those who are in search of a great employer, interesting projects and a good working atmosphere.
Još samo nekoliko dana dijeli nas od početka Job Fair-a 2017 koji se i ove godine 17. i 18.05. održava na Fakultetu elektrotehnike i računarstva (FER) u Zagrebu.
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The new year has started, and we are already hands on new projects. Looking back at 2016, we can agree it was a dynamic and meaningful year. Amphinicy was granted with two funds for SMEs which supported our sales and marketing activities as well as business development of our innovative product, Blink. We were busy and "out there" and would like to share our travel diary for 2016.
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An enterprise application is a kind of software that is commonly characterised by its complexity and largeness.
Enterprise applications usually have a large number of layers and require a good up-front design to meet requirements regarding quality, scalability, performance, maintainability and many others. The requirements are rising rapidly, just like the needs of businesses to stay competitive.
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