Emirati engineers take part in nano sat training programme

The programme included workshops on nano satellite technologies covering a range of topics, including production, testing, costing, control systems, applications and performance


HISPASAT showcases Hispasat 36W-1

It is also the first satellite built on the SmallGEO platform, which was jointly developed by the ESA and the German manufacturer OHB System AG. The design of this platform allows for a substantial reduction in the mass of the satellite


Tamer Group partners with InfiNet Wireless

The InfiNet solution has allowed Tamer Group to deploy and support several business-critical applications with far less management and maintenance


Emirati students to conduct Zero-G training in Japan

In addition to parabolic flight experiments, the young Emirati space pioneers will also receive theoretical training and practical experience in launching rockets, hybrid propellants and polymeric materials



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