It is the beginning of a new year, making it a perfect time to look back at 2014. So, here’s Amphinicy's overview of 2014 from our COO, Frane Miloš.
Last week, our colleagues from Luxembourg, paid us a visit and held a couple of lectures. The lectures were all very interesting, we learned a lot and were very pleased to share the experiences between the two offices. So, here's what we learned.
Amphinicy Technologies held a lecture as a part of colloquium within the Department of Satellite Geodesy, at the Faculty of Geodesy, which is the part of the University of Zagreb.
This year, sixth in a row, Amphinicy delegation has visited the IBC Conference in Amsterdam.
As Amphinicy always tends to provide its employees up to date with the trends, this month we have decided to invite Mr. Virgil Labrador have 2-day education related to satellite domain. First day education was focused on technological concepts and innovation, while second day education was focused on emerging markets and trends.
WorldView-3, the world’s first multi-payload, super-spectral, high-resolution commercial satellite for earth observations and advanced geospatial solutions, launched into orbit on Aug. 13 aboard an Atlas rocket.
The scientific workshop Horizon 2020 –„ Work program Space - Where is Croatia and how to get involved?“ was held on June 12th 2014 at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture in Zagreb, Croatia. The workshop, organized by the Agency for Mobility and EU Programs and Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, brought together around 30 participants from science and industry.
Since June 2014 millions of people have been captivated by the football World Cup in Brazil. This widely
viewed international tournament is a massive promotional opportunity not only for football, but also
for the host nation.
We are all witnessing big floods in Croatia, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Lots of families have been evacuated, lots of homes lost, and it will take some time to reestablish normal life in these areas. These people desperately need help!
This is why we started our Amphinicy humanitarian action yesterday and together, as a team, collected 10.200,00 kunas. We are extremely proud of it, and we consider this as a great success.
We did it, so can YOU!
We remember last year's Job Fair which was our first time there. A year went by so fast and we were already making plans and preparing everything for our second round of meeting students and our new potential employees. We planned and wanted to present Amphinicy even better because we believe we have so much to offer to those who are in search of a great employer, interesting projects and a good working atmosphere.
Još samo nekoliko dana dijeli nas od početka Job Fair-a 2017 koji se i ove godine 17. i 18.05. održava na Fakultetu elektrotehnike i računarstva (FER) u Zagrebu.
The new year has started, and we are already hands on new projects. Looking back at 2016, we can agree it was a dynamic and meaningful year. Amphinicy was granted with two funds for SMEs which supported our sales and marketing activities as well as business development of our innovative product, Blink. We were busy and "out there" and would like to share our travel diary for 2016.
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Step by step, a lot can be done to help shape their future and the future of our society because the values they are taught today become the values of tomorrow.
Over the years, Amphinicy has grown significantly. It runs several projects of various sizes; some of these projects are in-house while others are done in collaboration with other companies, mainly European companies involved with the space industry. When we joined Amphinicy, it was to join a long-running collaboration with a company headquartered in Belgium. That included us regularly travelling to Belgium to work locally for several weeks at a time, and in this post we would like to talk a bit about that experience.
We have attended a great Satellite Communication Systems education held by professor Michel Bousquet from the Institut supérieur de l'aéronautique et de l'espace (eng. National Higher French Institute of Aeronautics and Space, or simply ISAE) that was held on SES premises in Betzdorf, Luxembourg. Although the education was highly technical, professor managed to squeeze everything in four busy days, without skipping chapters or taking any shortcuts.
Just recently, NASA Eagleworks laboratory have published a peer reviewed paper on EmDrive – a new type of drive which doesn’t require propellant to generate thrust. Is this a game breaking technology that will change how we perceive space traveling or is it just another headline that will be forgotten before years end?
An enterprise application is a kind of software that is commonly characterised by its complexity and largeness.
Enterprise applications usually have a large number of layers and require a good up-front design to meet requirements regarding quality, scalability, performance, maintainability and many others. The requirements are rising rapidly, just like the needs of businesses to stay competitive.
Software architecture paradigms are constantly evolving to address those requirements. The following are the trends in modern enterprise application development.
This year again a lot of our developers and designers attended the annual WebCamp Zagreb conference. The conference was sold out the day before the opening, and unlike before the attendance was exceptional. Luckily, the organization was superb so enough coffee, tea, and even fruit, was just around the corner, while at the same time you could’ve been persuaded by the sponsors to make a (dramatic?) shift in your career at any moment. All in all, I’ve compiled a couple of opinions on some of the talks, which remained to be quite diverse in topics, but less focused on front-end web technologies; WebCamp might even rename itself some day!