Earth observations satellites are out of ground stations' antenna reach most of the time. The data payload they quickly accumulate has to be retrieved in short intervals when communication is possible. Therefore, communication has to be fast, robust and any potential problems should be detected as early as possible.
The EOTVS is a system designed to test those kinds of data transfers. It is capable of configuring ground station equipment to acquire data, analyze it and write detailed reports about the process.
The system can accept data on one or two channels (up to 1.3Gbit/s), work independently as long as sufficient disk space is available, retrieve and analyze CCSDS telemetry data - CADU, VCDU and ISP content, handle scrambled content and correct errors. It also provides tools for later analysis of the captured content, such as a frame and packet-level data explorer, a binary comparison tool and detailed information in the database and XML reports for ad hoc custom analysis.
The system provides a graphical user interface which is remotely accessible and includes M&C features like alarm management, system state overview, management and data acquisition preparation and progress overview components, among others.
We are looking for passionate and talented Back-end developers (m/f) with experience in Java development.
Join our office and find out how it is to work with the world's top professionals from the hi-tech satellite industry, in the company that recently received funds from the Horizon 2020 programme SME Instrument Phase 2.
Amphinicy Technologies is proud to announce – we have received funds from Horizon 2020! Our product, Blink, an ultra-fast satellite data processing system, 20 times faster than the NASA library, will be financed from the Horizon 2020 programme SME Instrument Phase 2. The grant agreement with the European Commission will officially be signed in April for the period of 2 years.
With an increased need for redundancy and fault tolerance in distributed computing, a 40 years old question is more in focus than ever: how to build a self-replicating distributed fault tolerant system?
Amphinicy has been a regular visitor to the biggest conference and exhibition in the satellite industry – SATELLITE, which unites aerospace thought leaders, entrepreneurs, executives, engineers, end-users and enthusiasts together in one place for the largest and most important global satellite technology event of the year.
On 19th February 2018, the Government of Republic of Croatia signed the Agreement with the European Space Agency (ESA) for cooperation in peaceful exploration and use of outer space.
Amphinicy Technologies is proud to announce the winning of funding from the European Regional Development Fund, Operational Programme Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014-2020, for Internationalization.
This is an overview of what Business Process Model and Notation is. Let's dig into what can be done with it, and how we can use Camunda to execute our process.
With the increased need for redundancy and fault tolerance in distributed computing a 40 years old question is more in focus than ever: how to build a self-replicating distributed fault tolerant system?
We are looking for passionate and talented Software Engineers (m/f) with experience in Java development. Join our office and find out how it is to work with the world's top professionals from the hi-tech satellite industry.
At the beginning of 2018, we'll look back one more time at the previous year and provide an overview of the entire satellite industry - focusing on recent years and future trends. We'll talk about how many satellites are there, what types, which countries operate them, and which commercial sectors are there - and we'll focus on raw numbers.
We are looking for a (Junior) Software Engineer for our Luxembourg office, to contribute to Mission Operation solutions for leading European space missions. We are already involved in one such mission and this is where you would start for the first year.