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trafMon software published as open source

December 8, 2020

The trafMon software has been published as Open Source under Apache License, Version 2.0

It is available at www.trafmon.org

SPMON-V3 validated at ESA/ESOC

December 20, 2018

The lastest version of Aethis SPMON platform has been validated by the European Space Agency. It will become commercially available in Q2 2019.

AETHIS wins new contract with the UCL for ESA

January 9, 2014

Together with the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) and the Austrian Research Institute Joanneum Research of Graz, a new development contract has been awarded to AETHIS.

The goal of this activity is to provide Data Collection and Processing for the Alphasat TDP5 Ka/Q Band Propagation Data.

Alphasat is a geostationary satellite located at 25 deg E. There are presently 14 potential receiving stations foreseen for the measurement campaign.

The objectives of the scientific experiment is to derive first and second order statistics at 19.7 GHz and 39.4 GHz, to acquire depolarization measurements, sky noise temperature measurements and meteorological measurements coming from rain gauges, radar, radiometers, meteorological organisations, etc.

AETHIS' contribution is the data handling and processing scheduling, as well as the production of a web-based user interface to view the resulting Data Reports.

SMON applications (AETHIS) used during launch of SWARM satellites, at ESOC, ESA

November 22, 2013

During the launch of the 3 SWARM satellites, the SMON applications (build by AETHIS) were used for the monitoring of the SCOS (Satellite Control and Operations System) applications, and of the Mission Control Systems (MCS).

This enabled AETHIS to be part of Mission Control during the launch, which was followed from the Main Control Room at ESOC.

It was the first time that AETHIS' activities allowed the company to be so closely involved in the core business of the Space Agency.

(c) ESA

The launch and LEOP phase were a complete success for ESA, the satellite commissioning phase has started.

(c) ESA: "LEOP was formally declared as completed by Flight Operations Director Pier Paolo Emanuelli on Sunday evening at 19:30 GMT (20:30 CET), and the mission entered the commissioning phase, which will last around three months."

(c) ESA: " "We've had a trouble-free LEOP and the satellites are performing beyond expectation", says Emanuelli. "We're looking forward to an excellent mission." "

See full article on ESA web site (c).

AETHIS is present on the Italian Aerospace Mission To Belgium

November 13, 2013

AETHIS participates in the Italian Aerospace Mission to Belgium, organised in Brussels.

AETHIS moves offices, but stays at the same address

September 13, 2013

AETHIS moves its offices within the same building. The company's address remains unchanged.

AETHIS participates in SWARM simulation campaigns at ESOC, ESA

September 11, 2013

With the SMON Monitoring software, AETHIS participates in the Simulation campaigns of the SWARM mission at ESOC.

AETHIS wins new contract at ESOC, ESA

January 21, 2013

AETHIS has won a new contract with ESOC, ESA. It concerns a study and prototype implementation of a common Management Platform for the monitoring and control of Network infrastructure, Computer Systems, Security Systems and Mission Control Systems.

AETHIS wins new contract at ESRIN, ESA

May 24, 2012

AETHIS has won a new contract with ESRIN, ESA. It concerns a study and prototype development of a Facility Traffic Analysis for Earth Observation Ground Network (FACTS-EO) Tool that will extract custom defined sets of raw observations from a very efficient full-stack multi protocol live decoding of packets in distributed software probe components.

AETHIS participates in SWARM Satellite Validation Tests at ESOC, ESA

January 27, 2012

With the SMON Monitoring software, AETHIS participates in the Satellite Validation Test campaigns for the SWARM mission at ESOC. Pre-simulation configuration has been prepared for SMON.



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