Berlin, Germany 15 April 2018
Visit us in the Space Hall
Our main stand is to be found in the space hall (Hall 4, stand 404) where we will showcase our services and solutions for space and telecommunications clients. We invite visitors to learn more about our core competencies for ground segment systems and spacecraft operations. In addition, we will be highlighting our offering for New Space clients.
Also at our main stand, visitors can learn about or Space Broadband products. Our portfolio includes FullSAT, the stationary solution for business clients as well as Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) – tailored to your data volume needs in uplink and downlink.
Visit us in the Helicopter Hall
In the helicopter hall (Hall 3, booth 204) we welcome all interested clients from the defence and security domain. Being a guest on the Leonardo stand, we demonstrate two of our products and case studies: Simulation-based training systems for aircraft as well as our drone detection system DIDIT.
Visit us in the ILA Space Pavilion
Telespazio VEGA Deutschland as a member of the BDLI, has been also actively contributing to the ILA Space Pavilion: a unique experience through Germany's space industry's contribution to important space programmes and missions - and of course to the Ground Segment to which Telespazio VEGA Deutschland is contributing to a large extent.
Meet us in the conferences
During the show, we are actively involved in several conferences. Our involvement reaches from innovations from the space industry, research under microgravity conditions, pilot training, protection against small drones up until closing the digital gap with internet via satellite.
ILA for Kids
The youngest visitors are also very welcome with us during the public days! On our main booth, we are offering two interactive experiments:
With our first experiment - a drop capsule experiment - we demonstrate and explain how and why we use weightlessness for research. The second experiment is ideal for small groups: In a role play, the participants interact with each other like astronaut and ground crew.