28-29 November 2019, Swiss Aeropole, Payerne (CH)
SDR Satcoms are gaining momentum; If you are a maker, expert, or an industrial actor in the field, don’t miss the opportunity to meet with world renowned experts, fellow makers, and potential project partners at an unique venue in the centre of Europe.
Click here to register (it’s 100% free). Hurry up, places are limited!
Thursday, 28th November: Talks
NB: The agenda showed below is provisional, the program will be completed and possibly modified. All the updates/changes to the conference program will be communicated by email to the people registered to the event.
Thursday, 28th November: Evening Event
Starting at 18h00, take the opportunity to meet with the key players in the SDR and space world! Multiple stands and posters will introduce you to the latest technologies, as well as to some spectacular realizations made by makers and SDR Makerspace contributors.
Below you can find some of the exhibitors that will be present throughout the event of Thursday evening. Note that this list is not exhaustive and will be completed soon.
Again, participation is free (buffet included), but registration is mandatory for organizational purposes. Please find the registration form here.
Friday, 29th November: Workshops
Workshops limit reached! If you register now, you will be put in a waiting list. We will contact you as soon as a slot frees up.
Two workshops are proposed in the Friday morning session. All information concerning each individual workshop is contained in the table below. The two events are independent and registration is free. Nevertheless, the slots available for each workshop are limited to 25 people.
For logistical and organization purposes, registration for Friday morning sessions is mandatory. Please find the registration form here.
|8:30||Satellite communications using Software Defined Radios||Manolis Surligas|
|10:30||LimeSDR Mini SDR Satcom Workshop||Lime Microsystems|
It should be noted that, in order to attend the workshops, participants are asked to bring a personal laptop. A few weeks before the conference, a virtual machine image with all the needed tools will be shared for download.
To get there you can fly either to the Geneva or Zürich airports, and then take a train to Payerne. Additional information is available here.
The trip from Geneva airport is roughly 1h shorter, we will therefore detail it below:
The Geneva airport’s train station is directly accessible from the Registration and Arrivals level of the airport. Trains to Payerne run every half hour; you can either take the Luzern direction (changing train in the Palézieux station), or the Zürich HB one (changing train in Yverdon-les-Bains). The train timetable (and online ticketing service) is available here.
The conference is open and the access is free, nevertheless for organizational purposes and due to infrastructure limitations, an online registration is required. To register to the conference and to receive regular updates about the event agenda please fill the form below.
The information collected will only be used for organizing the conference and will not be disclosed to third parties.