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"We're proud to announce that the project EFESTO (European Flexible hEat Shields: advanced TPS design and tests for future in-Orbit demonstration) has been kicked-off on 27th of March 2019!

The EFESTO project team, coordinated by DEIMOS Space, involves CIRA, DLR, ONERA, AVIOSPACE and POLITO.

The EFESTO end goal is to improve the TRL of Inflatable Heat Shields for re-entry vehicles from 3 to 4/5, and pave the way towards further improvements (TRL 6 with a future In-Orbit Demonstrator).
EFESTO aims at (1) the definition of critical space mission scenarios (Earth and Mars applications) enabled by the use of advanced inflatable Thermal Protection Systems (TPS), (2) characterization of the operative environment and (3) validation by tests of both the flexible materials needed for the thermal protection (flexible thermal blanket will be tested in arcjet facility in both Earth and Martian environments) and the inflatable structure at 1:1 scale (exploring the morphing dynamics and materials response from packed to fully inflated configuration). These results will be injected into the consolidated design of a future In-Orbit Demonstrator mission.
Fully in line with the H2020 call SPACE-11-TEC-2018, EFESTO will provide advances in the three areas of thermal control, materials and structures through the design and testing of innovative inflatable TPS solutions for re-entry vehicles. It will enable new space mission concepts, which require bringing a payload from space to ground of a planetary body with an atmosphere beyond the current limits imposed by launcher fairing size or rigid heat shields geometrical and structural aspects. Morphing solutions will allow for example landing bigger or heavier payload on Mars or will enable the reusability of launchers upper stages enhancing European reusability and cost reductions in the access to space industry. Non space applications in the areas of materials and structures will also be considered.
Leveraging on the consortium background and on past, current and planned tests results in the field, competitiveness in the space sector will be fostered and key contributions to the long term European re-entry technology roadmap will be provided.

More information will be available over the next weeks.
 
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 821801."

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EFESTO

"We're proud to announce that the project EFESTO (European Flexible hEat Shields: advanced TPS design and tests for future in-Orbit demonstration) has been kicked-off on 27th of March 2019!

The EFESTO project team, coordinated by DEIMOS Space, involves CIRA, DLR, ONERA, AVIOSPACE and POLITO.

The EFESTO end goal is to improve the TRL of Inflatable Heat Shields for re-entry vehicles from 3 to 4/5, and pave the way towards further improvements (TRL 6 with a future In-Orbit Demonstrator).
EFESTO aims at (1) the definition of critical space mission scenarios (Earth and Mars applications) enabled by the use of advanced inflatable Thermal Protection Systems (TPS), (2) characterization of the operative environment and (3) validation by tests of both the flexible materials needed for the thermal protection (flexible thermal blanket will be tested in arcjet facility in both Earth and Martian environments) and the inflatable structure at 1:1 scale (exploring the morphing dynamics and materials response from packed to fully inflated configuration). These results will be injected into the consolidated design of a future In-Orbit Demonstrator mission.
Fully in line with the H2020 call SPACE-11-TEC-2018, EFESTO will provide advances in the three areas of thermal control, materials and structures through the design and testing of innovative inflatable TPS solutions for re-entry vehicles. It will enable new space mission concepts, which require bringing a payload from space to ground of a planetary body with an atmosphere beyond the current limits imposed by launcher fairing size or rigid heat shields geometrical and structural aspects. Morphing solutions will allow for example landing bigger or heavier payload on Mars or will enable the reusability of launchers upper stages enhancing European reusability and cost reductions in the access to space industry. Non space applications in the areas of materials and structures will also be considered.
Leveraging on the consortium background and on past, current and planned tests results in the field, competitiveness in the space sector will be fostered and key contributions to the long term European re-entry technology roadmap will be provided.

More information will be available over the next weeks.
 
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 821801."

CADET (CApture and DE-orbiting Technologies) test campaign video

CADET (CApture and DE-orbiting Technologies) test campaign for orbital debris approach and capture. Activities performed at Aviospace premises.
For more info: Cadet website

Aviospace Wireless Sensor Network solution

This video presents the technology developed by Aviospace for WSN applications, technology used in Verde-Piezo, Multiradio and Hosn projects.

For more info:

Verde-Piezo Project page

HOSN Project page

Multiradio Project page

23rd Conference of the Italian Association of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIDAA 2015)

Aviospace is Partner of the 23rd Conference of the Italian Association of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIDAA 2015), in Turin (Italy), 17-19 November 2015.  

PULSAR, Art and Music from Space

31 October – 28 November 2014

Aviospace in the sponsorship of Contemporary Art event at Planetario di Torino e Museo dell’Astronomia e dello Spazio:

Transfer of Headoffice

Since the end of August 2014 Aviospace moved to new offices in via Botero 18, in the center of Torino, near piazza Solferino in the historical building of Generali.