This event, organized by SENER in conjunction with the European Space Agency, draws over 250 space technology specialists from all over the world to Bilbao from September 23 to 25. This event, organized by SENER in conjunction with the European Space Agency, draws over 250 space technology specialists from all over the world to Bilbao from September 23 to 25.[+]
SENER exhibits high-technology Space projects developed in Poland at MSPO29/08/2017 (Poland)
The engineering and construction company, SENER, will be attending the MSPO exhibition in Poland for the fourth year in a row. SENER, whose office has been in Warsaw since 2006, will be participating with its own stand. It will inform people about its capacities as an international provider of engineering services, equipment production and systems integration for the aerospace industry, in which it has 50 years of experience.
MSPO is an exhibition for the Defense Industry, held between 5 and 8 September this year in Kielce (Poland), marking its 25th edition. SENER will present its latest projects for the ESA (European Space Agency) and for NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), in the field of Aerospace and defense. The majority of these projects were developed from the Poland office, which is specialised in launch mechanisms, flight structures and mechanical ground support equipment (MGSE). It has also been active in space navigation systems and optical instruments.
Although only five years have gone by since Poland joined the ESA, SENER in Poland has already formed part of top-tier programmes and projects. So, during the exhibition visitors will be able to learn about works such as Exomars, the Mars exploration programme, which includes ExoMars 2016 and ExoMars 2018, for which SENER is participating with different equipment and systems. This includes the front shield separation mechanism, and three of the rover boring devices that will perforate the surface of Mars in ExoMars 2018.
SENER will also be exhibiting the Euclid mission. As the main contractor, it will lead the attitude and orbit control system (AOCS/GNC) and create the High Gain Antenna Gimbal (HGAG) mechanism. Furthermore, SENER in Poland will perform most of the MGSE of the complete satellite, and will undertake the management of purchases, manufacturing, structural analysis and integration of actuators for said antenna.
As part of its portfolio of skills and projects, SENER will exhibit its European coupling system, (IBDM) (International Berthing and Docking Mechanism). The company is responsible for the complete Hard-docking subsystem, with a stake of more than 30% of the total. It will also exhibit its work with E-ELT (European Extremely Large Telescope), where it designed and produced the secondary (M2) and tertiary (M3) mirror cells on what will be the largest optical and infrared telescope ever built.
As part of MSPO, the company will also demonstrate the Advanced Telescope for High Energy Astrophysics (ATHENA), JUICE, Proba-3, Athena or e.Deorbit.
SENER at MSPO 2017
Pavilion D, stand 57. TargiKielce Exhibition and Conference Centre, Kielce (Poland)
5 to 8 September 2017
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