TU Delft researchers from the TU Delft Space Institute and the Dutch Optics Center and 20 partners will develop reliable and safe wireless broadband connections using light instead of radio waves. They anticipate that this technology will allow us to securely send and process digital data at high speeds, with low latency. For this research … Continued
See below the overview of Newsletters published by the TU Delft Space Institute.
With more than 100 participants, the 2020 edition of the DSI-TNO-SRON ‘Innovate Your Space’ symposium themed ‘Smart Space’ on December 8th 2020 was again a success, even in an online environment. The theme of this symposium, “Smart Space”, sparked new perspectives and insightful discussion points on the needs, technologies, and approaches for Artificial Intelligence and … Continued
Unknown to many, the top of the high-rise EWI-building along the Mekelweg hosts a full-fledged multi-band satellite ground station. It was and is used to control Delfi C3, the very first satellite of a Dutch university, launched in 2008 and still operational and its successor Delfi-n3Xt (pronounced ‘Delfi-next’), launched in 2013. Both successful missions were … Continued