On August 7-12, tune in to the SmallSat 2021 conference to learn about technology driving advancements in small satellites.

Tuxera is happy to be a sponsor for the 35th Annual Small Satellite Conference. Thematically, the event explores possible new space mission operations and autonomy enablers that serve to drive forwards the speed of information exchange. The conference will feature technical sessions around selected satellite technology themes, as well as the 29th Annual Frank J. Redd Student Competition which showcases work by students on small satellite concepts and missions. In addition, the event will feature short talks from NASA personnel highlighting the space agency’s current activities and endeavors.

Innovative hardware and software solutions are powering small satellites

In space, hardware and software needs to be highly sophisticated to not just withstand an extreme environment, but also excel in highly complex missions. Such advanced tech includes a multitude of innovative areas like propulsion system control, robotic arms, machine learning, and testing.

Come and see our sponsored technical session of the Annual Small Satellite Conference, where you will have the chance to learn about the innovative software and hardware enabling notable advancements in small satellite missions:

Session: Advanced Technologies 3
Date: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Time: 9:00 am MST (15:00 UTC)
About: Innovative technologies (hardware/software) that provide significant advancements in small satellite missions.

Find out more about the conference, and register.


Hand-picked related whitepaper: Data reliability in space

Whether large or small, satellites have a crucial role in gathering, storing, and transmitting data for us in a vast swathe of industries on Earth. That job needs hardware and software that’s at the peak of reliability and fail-safety. Read our whitepaper “Data reliability in space”, by Technical Product Manager Thom Denholm, on ways that satellites are able to achieve the level of reliability needed for missions. You’ll learn about best practices and solutions for preventing failure in cost-constrained satellite missions.

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