Amphinicy has been a regular visitor to the biggest exhibition and show in the satellite industry for the last eight years in a row. This year the show is taking place in an even larger convention center in Washington DC metro area (USA), March 7 - 10, 2016. To make a switch, this year we will be one of the exhibitors. The presentation will be focused on our three ascending products - Monica, Blink, and SatScout.
Over the last year, Amphinicy has put extreme focus on bringing three products to a market-ready state! Therefore, this year our booth will be dominated by video presentation and demonstration of the following products:
Monica - our generic M&C framework has been made with the idea of being used in two flavors:
Monica is already in use in some of the European flagship space missions, and is ready to host your system!
Blink - ultra-fast, entirely software based CCSDS telemetry analyzer. Blink has been recognized as an innovative and disruptive solution by EU program Horizon 2020 and leading space agencies and industry stakeholders!
SatScout - the time of manual VSAT commissioning is behind us. This highly versatile application is ready to take over the whole process of site survey, antenna azimuth and elevation, cross-pol skew setup, and other steps required to fully install the terminal.
Come and check it out live at booth #1150!
The City of Zagreb has funded a part of marketing and promotional activities through the SME internationalization program!
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