A consortium led by TTI has been awarded a €9.9 million contract from the European Space Agency (ESA) for the development of a Tracking Radar for LEO Space Debris Tracking in Greece.
TTI will act as prime contractor for the design, development and deployment of the LEO Space Debris Tracking Radar in Greece (HSTR). This asset is Greece’s contribution to the European Space Surveillance and Tracking (EU-SST) consortium, which aims to strengthen EU-SST capabilities, increase its independence and improve the quality of the available space surveillance data.
It was a great pleasure to be able to welcome Filippo Concaro from ESA who visited us last week for a progress update on a project TTI is delivering for ESTRACK, ESA’s tracking station network.
TTI is glad to be part of the well-balanced consortium. It has complementary know-how in the relevant areas for designing and demonstrating the feasibility of a small cell cellular network architecture based on meshed D band backhaul links.
TTI has recently signed a contract for 2.95 million euros with National Center of Geographic Information to construct, install and implement a SLR Station at Yebes Observatory (Spain).
From 11th to 24th June 2018, the final integration of the SWARMS European project (http://www.swarms.eu) as well as various tests for its validation were carried out in the Trondheim fjord.
TTI, as a member of SWARMS project (http://www.swarms.eu/) consortium, has taken part in the preparation tests for project’s final demonstration at Trondheim (Norway).
During the week of April 23rd to 27th, 2018, TTI participated in the integration and operational tests carried out in Matosinhos, specifically in the port of Leixões and the facilities of the technological center UPTEC.
TTI is proud to announce that colleague Alberto Pellón, Head of the Mobile Terminals Group, is confirmed to present at the 38th edition of the ESA Antenna Workshop taking place 3 – 6th October 2017.
“Black Sea First Demonstrator” tests have taken place at Mangalia (Romania) from 3rd to the 11th of July 2017. These tests compose the second stage into the SWARMs, European project development and have been performed in the Black Sea.