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2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Satellite & Space Missions, will be organized around the theme “Developing trends and recent advancements in Satellite Communications and Space Research”

Satellite 2016 is comprised of 19 tracks and 189 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Satellite 2016.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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Currently Space Missions are spacecraft exploring Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Saturn, as well as a comet and an asteroid. The Voyager spacecraft are move at high speed out of our solar system, while New Horizons speeds toward a 2015 encounter with Pluto. Closer to home, we have probes in lunar orbit, a handful of solar physics missions, space telescopes, and a small army of Earth-observing satellites. In Earth orbit, the International Space Station continues to soar around the planet with a continually staffed crew of astronauts and cosmonauts. Satellite conference covers a wide range of topics related to innovative space applications while focusing on Earth observation and satellite navigation.

  • Track 1-1Solar System Missions
  • Track 1-2Rocket and Space Technology
  • Track 1-3Space Telescope
  • Track 1-4Robonaut & Robotics
  • Track 1-5Past missions
  • Track 1-6Estrack operations
  • Track 1-7Technology demonstration
  • Track 1-8Solar Orbiter Collaboration
  • Track 1-9Space Launch System (SLS)
  • Track 1-10Space Probes and Space Shuttle
  • Track 1-11Shuttle Radar Topography Mission
  • Track 1-12Human spaceflight
  • Track 1-13Earth observation
  • Track 1-14Astronomy & fundamental physics
  • Track 1-15Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
  • Track 1-16Space debris Systems
  • Track 1-17Planetary Missions
  • Track 1-18Innovative Solutions In Space

Orbital mechanics is the application of ballistics and celestial mechanics to the practical problems concerning the motion of rockets and other spacecraft. Orbital mechanics focuses on spacecraft trajectories, including orbital maneuvers, orbit plane changes, and interplanetary transfers, and is used by mission planners to predict the results of propulsive maneuvers. General relativity is a more exact theory than Newton's laws for calculating orbits, and is sometimes necessary for greater accuracy or in high-gravity situations (such as orbits close to the Sun).

  • Track 2-1Satellite in Orbit
  • Track 2-2Orbital Plane and Satellite Position in the Orbit
  • Track 2-3Polar Mount Antenna
  • Track 2-4Sun Synchronous Orbit
  • Track 2-5Orbital Perturbations and Orbit Determination
  • Track 2-6Doppler Frequency Shift for LEO (Low Earth Orbiting) Satellite Transmission
  • Track 2-7Earth Eclipse of Satellite
  • Track 2-8Earth Orbit

Space exploration  is one of the main ongoing discovery and exploration of celestial structures in outer space which means, steadily evolving and growing space technology. The exploration of Mars has been an important part of the space exploration programs of the Soviet Union (later Russia), the United States, Europe, Japan and India. Dozens of robotic spacecraft, including orbiters, landers, and rovers, have been launched toward Mars since the 1960s. These missions were aimed at gathering data about current conditions and answering questions about the history of Mars. The Satellite Conference offers key insights into cutting-edge applications from global experts, start-ups, and the winners of Europe's major innovation competitions for space applications

  • Track 3-1Planets and Moon
  • Track 3-2ESA/Mars Express mission
  • Track 3-3Jupiter and Saturn
  • Track 3-4The Sun, Mercury, Venus Express, Earth
  • Track 3-5Solar System
  • Track 3-6Asteroids and comets
  • Track 3-7Planetary explorations
  • Track 3-8Space Weather
  • Track 3-9Mars exploration

Earthquake defines a structure's ability to sustain its main functions, such as its safety and accessibility, at and after a particular earthquake exposure. A structure is normally considered safe if it does not endanger the lives and well-being of those in or around it by partially or completely collapsing. A structure may be considered serviceable if it is able to fulfill its operational functions for which it was designed. Basic concepts of the earthquake engineering, implemented in the major building codes, assume that a building should survive a rare, very severe earthquake by sustaining significant damage but without globally collapsing. On the other hand, it should remain operational for more frequent, but less severe seismic events.

  • Track 4-1Early warning systems
  • Track 4-2Global Positioning System (GPS) & Remote sensing
  • Track 4-3Earthquakes and Faults
  • Track 4-4Earthquake Hazards
  • Track 4-5Causes of earthquakes
  • Track 4-6Earthquake Waves
  • Track 4-7Earth observation
  • Track 4-8Earth Atmosphere
  • Track 4-9Earth Science

Remote Sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with the object and thus in contrast to on site investigation. Remote sensing is a sub-field of geography. A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of spatial or geographical data.

  • Track 5-1Applications of remote sensing data
  • Track 5-2Climite Change
  • Track 5-3GIS data mining and Web mapping
  • Track 5-4Spatial analysis with geographical information system (GIS)
  • Track 5-5Remote sensing in Climate Change Studies
  • Track 5-6GIS techniques and technology
  • Track 5-7Developing and Executing a Strategic Plan for Space-Based Remote Sensing
  • Track 5-8Military uses of Civilian Remote Sensing Data
  • Track 5-9The Future of Earth Remote Sensing Technologies
  • Track 5-10Ocean Sensing and the Ice Caps
  • Track 5-11Weather and Climite Observations
  • Track 5-12Cloud coverage using sky cameras

Satellites are used for a large number of purposes. Common types include military and civilian Earth observation satellites, communications satellites, navigation satellites, weather satellites, and research satellites. Space stations and human spacecraft in orbit are also satellites. Satellite orbits vary greatly, depending on the purpose of the satellite, and are classified in a number of ways. Well-known (extending) classes include low Earth orbit, polar orbit, and geostationary orbitSatellite Conference is aims to gather results from academia and industry partners working in all subfields of satellite.

  • Track 6-1Transponder
  • Track 6-2Satellite Antennas
  • Track 6-3Satellite Control System
  • Track 6-4Power System
  • Track 6-5Telemetry, Tracking and Command (TTC) System
  • Track 6-6Thermal Control system
  • Track 6-7Reliability
  • Track 6-8Steps in Satellite Mission Realization
  • Track 6-9Communication Payload- Transponders

Satellites can be classified by their function since they are launched into space to do a specific job. The satellite must be designed specifically to fulfill its role. There are nine different types of satellites i.e.  Communications Satellite, Remote Sensing Satellite, Navigation Satellite, LEO, MEO, HEO, GPS, GEOs, Drone Satellite, Ground Satellite, Polar Satellite. Communications satellites are artificial satellites that relay receive signals from an earth station and then retransmit the signal to other earth stations. They commonly move in a geostationary orbit. A remote Sensing instrument collects information about an object.

  • Track 7-1Communications Satellite
  • Track 7-2Polar Satellite
  • Track 7-3Ground Satellite
  • Track 7-4Drone Satellite
  • Track 7-5Geostationary Satellites (GEOs)
  • Track 7-6Global Positioning System (GPS)
  • Track 7-7Geocentric Orbit type staellies - LEO, MEO, HEO
  • Track 7-8Navigation Satellite
  • Track 7-9Remote Sensing Satellite
  • Track 7-10Nano Satellites, CubeSats and SmallSats

Communications satellite is an artificial satellite that relays and amplifies through the use of a transponder, radio telecommunications signals, between a source and a receiver. Communications satellites are used for television, telephone, radio, internet, and military applications. There are over 2,000 communications satellites in Earth’s orbit, used by both private and government organizations.

  • Track 8-1Satellite communication protocols
  • Track 8-2Satellite communication vulnerability
  • Track 8-3Satellite communication modem
  • Track 8-4Satellite communication elevation angle
  • Track 8-5Satellite communication for aircraft
  • Track 8-6Satellite communication antenna
  • Track 8-7Satellite communication networks
  • Track 8-8Applications
  • Track 8-9Internet Protocol Networking Over Satellite & Applications
  • Track 8-10Mobile Internet
  • Track 8-11Geo-Stationary Orbit
  • Track 8-12Frequency Bands Used for Satellite Communication
  • Track 8-13Advantages
  • Track 8-14Disadvantages

Satellite Navigation is a system of satellites that provide autonomous geo-spatial positioning with global coverage. It allows small electronic receivers to determine their location (longitude, latitude, and altitude) to high precision (within a few meters) using time signals transmitted along a line of sight by radio from satellites. The signals also allow the electronic receivers to calculate the current local time to high precision, which allows time synchronization. A Satellite Navigation system with global coverage may be termed a global navigation satellite system (GNSS).

  • Track 9-1Global navigation satellite system (GNSS)
  • Track 9-2Civil and military uses
  • Track 9-3Regional navigation systems
  • Track 9-4Low Earth orbit satellite phone networks
  • Track 9-5Inertial Navigation Systems
  • Track 9-6Multi-functional Satellite Augmentation System

Aerospace Engineering and Technology focusing on communications between earth communication stations and space-based communication satellites. The method involves designing Communication satellites, Space Missions, Space Applications, Space Propulsion, designing and building earth stations, Satellite Launcher Technology, repairing and installing satellite communication equipment. Aerospace Engineering deals with the design, construction, and study of the science behind the forces and physical properties of aircraft, rockets, flying craft, and spacecraft. The field also covers their aerodynamic characteristics and behaviors, airfoil, control surfaces, lift, drag, and other properties.

  • Track 10-1Aeronautical engineering and Astronautical engineering
  • Track 10-2AeroAstro
  • Track 10-3Wireless technologies and applications
  • Track 10-4Optical fiber
  • Track 10-5Computer networks and the Internet
  • Track 10-6Radio and television
  • Track 10-7Satellite Launcher Technology
  • Track 10-8Space Propulsion
  • Track 10-9Space Shuttle & Space technology
  • Track 10-10Orbital maneuver 
  • Track 10-11Aircraft structures 
  • Track 10-12Aeroacoustics
  • Track 10-13Materials science
  • Track 10-14Statics and Dynamics
  • Track 10-15Astromathematics
  • Track 10-16Astrodynamics & Astrophysics
  • Track 10-17Fluid mechanics
  • Track 10-18Telecommunications engineering
  • Track 10-19Spacecraft subsystems 

The main applications of satellites are mainly categorized as, Weather forecast used to observations from which to analyses the current state of the atmosphere. Broadcasting services include radio and television delivered directly to the consumer and mobile broadcasting services. Earth observation satellites are used for observing the earth's surface, possible to see many features that are not obvious from the earth's surface, or even at the altitudes at which aircraft fly. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is the first core element of the satellite navigation system widely available to civilian users.

  • Track 11-1Television, Telephone, Direct Relay & Radio Broadcasting
  • Track 11-2Atmosphere and Weather Broadcasting
  • Track 11-3Mineral Exploration
  • Track 11-4Global Positioning System (GPS) & Remote sensing
  • Track 11-5Search and Rescue operations

Satellite is an artificial object which has been deliberately placed into orbit. Such objects are sometimes called artificial satellites to distinguish them from natural satellites such as Earth's Moon. Artificial satellites originate from more than 40 countries and have used the satellite launching capabilities of ten nations. A few hundred satellites are currently operational, whereas thousands of unused satellites and satellite fragments orbit the Earth as space debris.

  • Track 12-1Television
  • Track 12-2Radio
  • Track 12-3Weather
  • Track 12-4Global Positioning System (GPS)
  • Track 12-5Exploration
  • Track 12-6Communications

Climate change is a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns when that change lasts for an extended period of time (i.e., decades to millions of years). Climate change is caused by factors such as biotic processes, variations in solar radiation received by Earth, plate tectonics, and volcanic eruptions. Weather and forecasting is the application of science and technology to predict the state of the atmosphere for a given location. Weather forecasts are made by collecting significant data about the current state of the atmosphere at a given place and using scientific understanding of atmospheric processes to project how the atmosphere will change.

  • Track 13-1Weather Satellites
  • Track 13-2Weather warnings and advisories‎
  • Track 13-3Weather television‎
  • Track 13-4Marine weather forecasting
  • Track 13-5Air traffic
  • Track 13-6Global warming
  • Track 13-7Plate tectonics
  • Track 13-8Volcanism
  • Track 13-9Solar power forecasting
  • Track 13-10Orbital variations
  • Track 13-11Ocean Motion
  • Track 13-12Sea level change
  • Track 13-13Climate models
  • Track 13-14Weather wars

A satellite dish is a dish-shaped type of parabolic antenna, which was designed to receive electromagnetic signals from satellites and which transmit data transmissions or broadcasts, such as satellite television. A dish that is mounted on a pole and driven by a stepper motor or a servo can be controlled and rotated to face any satellite position in the sky. Motor-driven dishes are popular with enthusiasts.

  • Track 14-1Automatic-tracking satellite dish
  • Track 14-2Satellite phone
  • Track 14-3Parabolic reflector
  • Track 14-4Set-top box
  • Track 14-5Satellites operating frequencies
  • Track 14-6Satellite internet 
  • Track 14-7VSAT (very small aperture terminal)
  • Track 14-8Multi-satellite
  • Track 14-9Motor-driven dish
  • Track 14-10Direct broadcast satellite
  • Track 14-11Radio waves 
  • Track 14-12Waveguide
  • Track 14-13Satellite television
  • Track 14-14Satellite modem

LTE (Long-Term Evolution) commonly marketed as 4G LTE, is a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals. It is based on the GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA network technologies, increasing the capacity and speed using a different radio interface together with core network improvements. LTE is the natural upgrade path for carriers with both GSM/UMTS networks and CDMA2000 networks. The different LTE frequencies and bands used in different countries will mean that only multi-band phones will be able to use LTE in all countries where it is supported.

  • Track 15-1Telecommunications
  • Track 15-2Global mobile satellite communications
  • Track 15-3Mobile Wireless Network
  • Track 15-4Aviation Safety Network
  • Track 15-5High-speed Internet access
  • Track 15-6In-Flight Wi-Fi
  • Track 15-7GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA network technologies
  • Track 15-8Broadcasting

The Asteroid Impact Mission is a small ESA mission of opportunity to explore and demonstrate technologies for future missions while performing scientific examination on a binary asteroid and addressing planetary defense. Asteroids and comets are very interesting objects, being the remnants of the earliest years of the formation of our Solar System, more than four billion years ago. The word asteroid means "star-like" and these objects appear in the sky as bright, point-like stars. But, unlike stars, asteroids are rocks orbiting our Solar System: they don’t emit light on their own and are visible only because they reflect sunlight.

  • Track 16-1Small satellites, manned space flight
  • Track 16-2Mechanics / structure
  • Track 16-3Payload control and Attitude control system
  • Track 16-4Thermal systems
  • Track 16-5Thermal systems
  • Track 16-6Radar satellite system 
  • Track 16-7Space flight and aerial reconnaissance
  • Track 16-8low-orbiting and geostationary satellites for science and space exploration
  • Track 16-9low-orbiting and geostationary satellites for navigation, telecommunications
  • Track 16-10low-orbiting and geostationary satellites for earth observation
  • Track 16-11Guidance and navigation
  • Track 16-12Galileo Global Satellite Navigation System
  • Track 16-13Small Internet-delivery satellites
  • Track 16-14Satellite missions
  • Track 16-15Security and reconnaissance technologies
  • Track 16-16Robotic technologies

Satellite Radiance Measure up welling radiation at top of atmosphere. Measure New IR instruments and deep layers generally implies large horizontal scale. Weather satellites do not measure temperature directly but measure radiances in various wavelength bands. Since 1978 Microwave sounding units (MSUs) on National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration polar orbiting satellites have measured the intensity of upwelling microwave radiation from atmospheric oxygen, which is proportional to the temperature of broad vertical layers of the atmosphere. 

  • Track 17-1Satellite radiance assimilation
  • Track 17-2Satellite radiation terrorism
  • Track 17-3LEO satellite radiation
  • Track 17-4GPS satellite radiation levels
  • Track 17-5Satellite observations
  • Track 17-6Tropospheric and stratospheric measurements
  • Track 17-7Surface measurements
  • Track 17-8Satellite temperature measurements
  • Track 17-9Bias Correction
  • Track 17-10Satellite radiance observations
  • Track 17-11Satellite radiance measurements
  • Track 17-12Satellite radiation effects