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Hi-FLY SpaceFibre Training

The University of Dundee (UNIVDUN) lead two requirements gathering meetings which, were focused on the way in which the elements of the on-board high-speed data chain will be interconnected. One meeting was held at Airbus Defence and Space Friedrichshafen (24th and 25th April) and the other at Airbus Defence and Space Elancourt (2nd and 3rd of May). UNIVDUN provided a one-day training course on SpaceFibre to the project partners at the meeting, explaining its capabilities and how it can best be used for specific use cases in the on-board data chain. Presentations were then made by the partners on their interconnection needs for their elements of the data chain.



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The Hi-SIDE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme  under grant agreement No 776151.

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Please note, the Hi-SIDE project was previously named Hi-FLY.