Programs & Solutions
The ATHENA-FIDUS programme (Access on THeatres and European Nations for Allied forces - French Italian Dual Use Satellite) is a French-Italian telecommunications system based on a geostationary satellite for dual use broadband communications services.
BepiColombo is the very first European mission dedicated to the exploration of Mercury, a project resulting from the collaboration between Europe (European Space Agency - ESA) and Japan (Japanese Space Agency - JAXA).
COSMO-SkyMed is one of the most innovative Earth observation programmes and is funded by ASI, the Italian Ministry of Defence and the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Scientific Research.
EGNOS (European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service) is a satellite based augmentation system, designed to augment the GPS signal by broadcasting additional signals from geostationary (GEO) satellites and provide differential correction messages and integrity data for the satellites which are in view of a monitoring stations network.
Euclid is a project of the European Space Agency (ESA), in cooperation, for the scientific part, with a consortium of laboratories in 14 European countries, including France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy and Switzerland, with contributions from NASA and some U.S. institutes.
ExoMars is a is a joint endeavor between the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos), with the Italian Space Agency (ASI) playing a strong role as major contributor within the ESA State Members.
The Galileo programme is a collaboration of the European Union with the European Space Agency (ESA) to improve the technological independence of Europe and establish international standards for Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS).
The Göktürk-1 programme involves the construction of a Turkish satellite for Earth observation with a high resolution optical sensor. The agreement between Telespazio and the Undersecretariat for Defence Industries of Turkey (SSM - Ministry of Defence) was signed in Ankara in 2009.
IXV is a European atmospheric reentry demonstrator characterised by high aerodynamic properties achieved by taking advantage of the shape of the fuselage, designed to maximise lift and maneuverability.
The International Space Station (ISS) is one of the largest and most ambitious space projects created, 40 years after the initial explorations on the Moon.