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Mission Systems Engineering - Challenges and Motivation


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Mission Systems Engineering - Challenges and Motivation

Date and Time

23 April 2013 - 19:15-20:45


Shropshire, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Jointly organised by the Shropshire Contact Chris Malam at for more information.

About this event

Systems Engineering is critical to the successful operation of all projects.

The talk will look at space missions, where correct system operation is paramount. 

It will focus on a review of spacecraft systems engineering with microelectronics, data systems, and operations specifications at its heart. The working in all phases of mission life-cycle, from concept through design/build, AIV, and operations.

By Ed Chester, Project Manager Space Ideas Hub, Leicester.

Further details from Chris Malam.



Reasons to attend

Mission Systems Engineering

Additional information

Sponsored by IET/IMechE.

Event Details
We apologise to anyone who had expected a review of Leicester Space Centre. Due to speaker cancellation, we have arranged alternative speaker and lecture contents.

Registration information

Registration not required.

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