Public dissemination

Details of project dissemination are provided here.

COMING UP:

Watch this space.

 

CARRIED OUT:

Professor Ran Ginosar from Ramon Chips presented at ADCSS at ESTEC from the 18th – 20th October and will be sharing up to date information about MacSpace.

Ole Bischoff from DSI attended the Industry Space Day at ESTEC on September 20th and 21st and via a number of one to one meetings shared information about the MacSpace architecture and capabilities.

MacSpace held it’s own symposium and summer school at Teschische Universitaet Braunschweig, Germany in July 2016 (19th – 21st). For more information, please contact po-macspace@eurtd.com  if you wish to follow up and review the presentations, videos or materials from the course. The video footage from the seminar has been uploaded onto YouTube and can be accessed via this link or by searching for ‘MacSpace Project’ on YouTube. Video material from the three days of the session are available. The presentations will be shared upon request.

ESA DSP day 15th – 16th June, Gotherbury, Sweden

Professor Ran Ginosar (Ramon Chips), Processor Mladen Berekovic and Jamin Naghmouchi (TUBS) and Ole Bishoff (DSI Informationstechnik) attended this event focused on the future of space DSPs and presented elements of the MacSpace technology both by presenting papers and also hosting a booth at the event at which the MacSpace FPGA demonstrator was on display.

ILA Berlin Air Show – 1st – 4th June, Berlin, Germany

DSI hosted a booth at the Berlin Air Show and had members of the project team available to talk about MacSpace.

European Space Solutions 31st May – 3rd June, The Hague, Holland

The MacSpace consortium received an exciting invitation to present the project at the European Space Solutions event hosted by the Dutch Presidency in The Hague at the beginning of June. This large space event aimed to bring space applications to the attention of the business community and was attended by leading lights in European industry.

ILA Berlin Air Show – 1st – 4th June, Berlin, Germany

DSI hosted a booth at the Berlin Air Show and had members of the project team available to talk about MacSpace.

Hanover Messe – 25th – 29th April, Hanover, Germany

Jamin Naghmouchi from Teschische Universitaet Braunschweig participated in this large industrial fair and presented information about the MacSpace project.

DLR space parts conference – 12th – 13th April 2016, Bonn, Germany

Ole Bischoff from DSI presented the MacSpace project at the Germany Space Agency’s conference in April bringing together over 100 industrial and academic organisations discussing the needs and availability of electrical, electronic and electromechanical components for aerospace applications.

IEEE Aerospace Conference – 5th – 12th March, 2016, Montana, USA

Professor Ran Ginosar from Ramon Chips will be presenting two papers 1) RC64 High Performance Rad-Hard Manycore and 2) DVB-S2 Software Defined Radio Modem on the RC64 Manycore DSP.

IAC 2015 – 12th – 16th October, Jerusalem, Israel

The MacSpace consortium will be presenting at the 66th International Astronautical Congress on the subject of ‘RC64 – Many-Core Communication Processor for Space IP Router’.

DASIA 2015 – 19th to 21st May, Barcelona, Spain

The MacSpace consortium have been accepted to present at DASIA on ‘RC64, A Rad-Hard ManyCore High-Performance DSP for Space Applications’. Look out for Peleg Aviely, Chief Architect at Ramon Chips.

MAPLD 2015 – 18th to 21st May, San Diego, USA

Fredy Lange, VP of R&D at Ramon Chips will present alongside CEVA at MAPLD. Check out his presentation on ‘RC64: High Performance Rad-Hard Manycore with FPGA Extension for Telecomm Satellites and other Space Applications’.

ESA DSP Day – 19th September, 2014 ESTEC, Holland

David Fiore (Thales Alenia Space Italia), Ole Bischof (DSI, Germany) and Peleg Aviely (Ramon Chips, Israel) attended this day and discussed the project with a number of interested parties.

DASIA 2014 – 3rd to 5th June, 2014 Warsaw

Peleg Aviely, Chief Architect at Ramon Chips, attended DASIA and shared news about the MacSpace project.