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Workshop

Introduction

Next April 24, University of Pisa and its spin-off IngeniArs are proud to host the workshop titled "The present and the future of high speed interfaces for satellite on board data systems", where major actors in the space industry will gather together to share and discuss their vision on the present and future role of high-speed interfaces in space missions.
For the occasion, former astronaut and emblem of the Italian presence and excellence in space, Franco Malerba will be presiding over the workshop as our chairman.
 
The workshop requires free registration. 

IngeniArs is looking forward to see you in Pisa.

 

Agenda

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 9.00 AM - 01.00 PM

08,30
REGISTRATION
09,00
GREETINGS

Marco RaugiApplied Research and Technology Transfer Vice Rector, University of Pisa

Giuseppe Anastasi, Director of the Department of Information Engineering, University of Pisa

09,10
INTRODUCTION TO THE WORKSHOP

Franco Malerba, Chairman

09,20
ESA VISION ON HIGH SPEED INTERFACES FOR ON BOARD DATA SYSTEMS

Carla Signorini, Head of Electrical Engineering Department, European Space Agency

09,40
SPACEWIRE AND SPACEFIBRE CURRENT STATUS AND EVOLUTION

Dirk Thurnes, Head of On-board Payload Data Processing Section, Electrical Engineering Department, European Space Agency

10,00
FROM SPACEWIRE TO WIZARD LINK HIGH DATA RATE INTERFACES IN SPACE APPLICATIONS

Michele De Meo, Head of Mass Memory Product Line section, Digital Products Development & Validation Department, Thales Alenia Space

10,20
THE USE OF SPACEWIRE AND THE PLANNING FOR SPACEFIBRE IN OPTICAL PAYLOAD

Marco MolinaCTO and Head of Capabilities, LoB Space, Airborne and Space System Division, Leonardo

Stefano NencioniLI Optical Head, Airborne and Space Systems Division, Leonardo

11,00
COFFE BREAK
11,30
THE PLATO MISSION: A CASE EXAMPLE OF ADVANCED SATELLITE ON BOARD DATA NETWORK

Carlo Del Vecchio BlancoProgram Manager, Kayser Italia

11,50
INGENIARS: A SUCCESSFUL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CASE STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PISA

Luca Fanucci, Professor of Electronics, University of Pisa; Co-founder and CEO, IngeniArs

12,10
THE SIMPLE PROJECT: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

Daniele DavalleSpace Program Manager, IngeniArs

12,30
TESTING SOLUTIONS FOR HIGH SPEED ON-BOARD-COMMUNICATION

Raffaele Fiengo, Business Development Manager, Aerospace/Defense, Europe, National Instruments

12.50
MOVING FROM SPACE TECHNOLOGY TO SPACE ECONOMY: THE ASI PERSPECTIVE

Anilkumar Dave, Head of Innovation and Transfer of Technologies Unit, ASI-Italian Space Agency

13,00
CONCLUSION AND NETWORKING LUNCH
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Location

Conference Center "Le Benedettine"

Piazza S. Paolo a Ripa D'Arno, 56125 Pisa, Italy

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How to reach Pisa

By plane
By train
By car
  • from Firenze: Autostrada A11 to Pisa, exit Pisa Nord, then SS1 Aurelia south to Pisa (about 100 km, 1 h)
  • from Bologna: Autostrada A1 to Firenze, then Autostrada A11 to Pisa, exit Pisa Nord, then SS1 Aurelia south to Pisa (about 180 km, 2 h)
  • from Genova: Autostrada A12 to Rosignano, exit Pisa Nord, then SS1 Aurelia south to Pisa, or exit Pisa Centro (about 150 km, 1 h 40 min)
  • from Roma: Autostrada A1 to Firenze, then Autostrada A11 to Pisa, exit Pisa Nord, then SS1 Aurelia south to Pisa (about 360 km, 3 h 40 min)
  • from Milano: Autostrada A1 to Parma, then Autostrada A15 to La Spezia and then Autostrada A12 to Pisa,  exit Pisa Nord, then SS1 Aurelia south to Pisa (about 280 km, 3 h)

 

 Transportation from Pisa Airport to city center

  • By Taxy: Taxis are stationed in front of the terminal or can be called by radiotaxy service (Tel: +39 050/541600, Website: www.cotapi.it)
  • By People Mover: mover service is available in front of the terminal and stops in the center of Pisa (Tel: +39 050/500909, Website: pisa-mover.com)  

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Registration

Partecipation requires (free) registration

After registration you will receive a confirmation email. In case you do not receive such an email please get in touch with info<at>ingeniars.com.

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