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Solenix supports the development of an End-to-End Concept for Offline Mission Operations31 July 2020

Solenix, in partnership with VisionSpace Technologies, has been awarded a study by the European Space Agency to look for new approaches for satellite mission operations that defy traditional concepts. The consortium led by VisionSpace will be investigating how the latest concepts and advances in areas such as automation, data analysis, autonomy and others can support the design of an approach for offline mission operations.


Solenix leading the development of a new Space Radiation Application in support of Spacecraft Operators26 March 2020

Solenix together with its consortium partners DH Consultancy and SPARC have been awarded a new contract to design and develop a new tool to support spacecraft operators in the monitoring, forecasting, and reporting of the space weather environment and its influences on spacecraft operations. The development forms part of ESA’s Space Safety Programme which is continuing the work of the Space Situational Awareness Programme to develop a European network of Space Weather services targeting end user needs.


New EUMETSAT’s Training Events website powered by Solenix30 August 2019

We are happy to announce that a new web application we have developed for EUMETSAT and the Virtual Laboratory for Training and Education in Satellite Meteorology (VLab) of the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) is available to the public here! The objective of this application, which is the successor of EUMETSAT’s Training Calendar, is to widen the access to the training opportunities that both EUMETSAT and the VLab offer, making sure that they reach as many people as possible.


The Tale of Hugin's Eye and the Stratospheric Whisky20 August 2019

Solenix went (almost) into space! Our first High Altitude Ballooning mission “Hugin’s Eye” launched on 29 June 2019 into the stratosphere. Hugin’s Eye started as a company-funded pet project with the goal to send a weather balloon, including its payload, in the heights above 30 Km.