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Wednesday, Jan 20, 2021
Ante Adžaga

As of the beginning of this year, Ante Adžaga has joined Amphinicy Technologies as part of the Luxembourg team.

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Wednesday, Dec 23, 2020
Blink's 1.2 Gbps breakthrough

What a year, 2020! In the satellite industry, it marks a clear shift in satellite data reception, especially in the domain of Earth observation.

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Wednesday, Dec 09, 2020
Copernicus

The Amphinicy team has always been a strong promoter, as well as an ambassador, of the space industry. Strong collaboration with ESA has particularly been fostered - if you're interested, have a look into this film.

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Tuesday, Oct 13, 2020
IAC 2020

From 12-14 October, the International Astronautical Congress is celebrating its 71 years, and Amphinicy Technologies congr

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Thursday, Sep 03, 2020
Space Forum 2020

Luxembourg will host the #Space Forum 2020, a part of the ICT spring conference series, on 15-16 September.

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Tuesday, Sep 01, 2020
Software that understands the satellite industry

1 September 2020, Zagreb Croatia - Amphinicy Technologies will participate in the Industry Space Days (ISD), the European Space Agency's first ever online event, on 16–17 September 2020.

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Tuesday, Aug 04, 2020
Monica Dashboard & Tenant Manager
Amphinicy's latest release of Monica Monitoring and Control solution is now available! Monica 5 brings a lot of internal improvements and the possibility of parallel processing of even more data from various devices.
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Monday, Jun 01, 2020
NASA_Crew Dragon spacecraft launch
On May 30, after almost 9 years, the first crewed orbital launch from the US soil took place from Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center. SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft with NASA astronauts Robert L. Behnken and Douglas G. Hurley has been placed into orbit bound for the ISS - International Space Station.
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Thursday, May 28, 2020
Head of Office_Lux
As of June 2020, Monika Grünwald will join Amphinicy Technologies as a part of our Luxembourg team.
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Thursday, May 14, 2020
The Friendship Hospital Ship_SATMED
As published earlier last month, the SATMED platform will become available free of charge to personnel of selected health organisations to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs in Luxembourg reported the beginning of April 2020.