Whilst we aim to provide you with as much information as possible about SpaceWire, we believe you may also benefit from visiting these other sites. We currently have information about the International SpaceWire Conference, as well as links to the European Space Agency’s SpaceWire website and the University of Dundee. If you would like your site to be included in our links page, then please feel free to get in touch here or email enquiries@star-dundee.com.

The University of Dundee

STAR-Dundee is a commercial spin out company from the University of Dundee and still has close links with the University’s Space Technology Centre.

Space Technology Centre Logo

The Space Technology Centre also works in areas away from SpaceWire including PANGU, a planet and asteroid simulation tool.

For further information you may find the following links useful:
PANGU
The University of Dundee

SpaceWire at ESA

The SpaceWire Standard was written at the University of Dundee by STAR-Dundee Managing Director Steve Parkes, with input from engineers across Europe. Although The Standard is registered with the European Cooperation for Space Standardization (The ECSS), it is an open standard and as such is widely used across the world.

To view the European Space Agency’s SpaceWire website, you can use the following link: http://spacewire.esa.int

The International SpaceWire Conference

The International SpaceWire Conference continues to be an essential event for the SpaceWire and space community. The conference attracts a truly international audience with a mixture of engineers, developers, managers, and business executives in attendance. STAR-Dundee is proud to be involved with the conference.

For more information on each of the previous conferences, follow the links below:

2018 – Los Angeles, USA

http://2018.spacewire-conference.org/

2016 – Yokohama, Japan

http://2016.spacewire-conference.org/

2014 – Athens, Greece

http://2014.spacewire-conference.org/

2013 – Gothenburg, Sweden

http://2013.spacewire-conference.org/

2011 – San Antonio, Texas, USA

http://2011.spacewire-conference.org/

2010 – St. Petersburg, Russia

http://2010.spacewire-conference.org/

2008 – Nara, Japan

http://2008.spacewire-conference.org/

2007 – Dundee

http://2007.spacewire-conference.org/