Our new service concentrates on finding business advantages by analyzing process data. With machine learning, it is possible to find out things that none of us has even been able to imagine by now.
Our newest project combines the great possibilities of two hot topics: unmanned aerial vehicles and satellite systems. In this ESA-funded project, Magister is the prime contractor, and subcontractors are Satellite Applications Catapult and Skyports Drone Services, both from the UK.
Verneri Rönty joined Magister’s team a little over a year ago and has demonstrated his skills in several international projects. A constant desire to learn new things drives him forward in his work.
Magister is proud to announce its key role in the ESA-funded 4SSTB project to provide simulation services that will allow different vendors to develop their own products e.g. within the context of IRIS2 – a secure European satellite connectivity system that is independent of others.
C-DReAM is a capacity-level simulator for evaluating Non-Geostationary Satellite Orbit (NGSO, LEO and MEO) satellite systems. It was developed in European Space Agency’s C-DReAM project together with Thales Alenia Space France and enhanced it further in the DASCE project.
During the spring of 2023, Magister Solutions executed a DVB/NR technology comparison project for Forsway. The objective was to compare the DVB-S2X/RCS2 and 5G NR-NTN technologies with each other in a geostationary satellite scenario.
The comparison of DVB-S2X/RCS2 and 5G-NR NTN technologies has become a highly relevant and debated topic in broadband satellite communication. MARINA project is addressing this subject.
HELENA project will foster the development of enhancements to the NTN standard to improve the service experience, address new bands, and support new use cases.
In answer to the European Space Agency’s (ESA) invitation to tender looking into the radio specification studies for 5G non-terrestrial networks (NTNs), 5G-SPECTRA is a project that is undertaken by Magister Solutions in partnership with Satellite Applications Catapult and the University of Surrey in England.
Network providers like Starlink have been considering eventually having as many as 42,000 satellites in their Non-Geosynchronous Orbit (NGSO) constellations. Thanks to Magister’s SimLab service and its simulators, the performance and potential of these new mega-constellations can now be studied and assessed. As of November 2022, there were 3,271 Starlink satellites in orbit, of which […]