Toulouse Space Show 2016: a Networking Whirlwind!

Posted by Tomislav Nakić-Alfirević on Thursday, Sep 15, 2016
The Amphinicy booth

People outside of the space industry might be surprised to hear that Toulouse could well be the space technology capital of Europe. With the likes of giants like Airbus DS, Thales-Alenia, CNES (the French space agency) and several hundred smaller organisations active in the space sector employing 12.000 people, Toulouse is one of the rare European cities where saying "I work in the satellite business" sounds rather ordinary. :)

Want to Watch Satellite TV on Your Smartphone?

Posted by Mauricio Vidulin on Wednesday, Sep 14, 2016
Satellite TV on any IP-enabled device

A couple of years ago if you wanted to use all the nice things IPTV offers and watch satellite television you needed to have two completely separated systems. Today, with a growing number of software and hardware supporting the SAT>IP protocol it is possible to enjoy the high-quality satellite programs along with the traditional IPTV on any IP-enabled device.

Amphinicy @ Web Summer Camp 2016 Report

Posted by Mario Ogrizek-Tomas on Thursday, Sep 08, 2016
source: Web Summer Camp Facebook page

This summer, Amphinicy attended Web Summer Camp, a web development and design conference organised by Netgen in cooperation with Salsa Adria Productions and held between August 31 and September 3 in a beautiful Hotel Lone, Rovinj, Croatia.

Satellite Communications: Markets, Business and Technology

Posted by Matko Kvesić on Monday, Aug 22, 2016
Artemis Satellite

At the Department of Continuing Education, University of Oxford, London a course titled Satellite Communications: Markets, Business and Technology was held for the second year in a row.  The course has become a standard 3­-day course at Oxford in the category of engineering. This year, course also involved a small team from Amphinicy.

RxJava in Android Development

Posted by Ivan Andrić on Tuesday, Jun 14, 2016
RxJava - Reactive eXtensions for JVM

Recently, there has been a lot of talk about RxJava/RxAndroid in the Android development community.

So why should we adopt a new library that sends events between objects/classes?

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