National Space Organization (NSPO) participated in the 12th International Space Operations Conference (Space Ops 2012), co-hosted by Swedish Space Center (SSC) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) to demonstrate the achievements of NSPO space programs, and exhibit the satellite control system software joined developed by the domestic company ACS (Advanced Control & Systems Inc.)
The SpaceOps conference is the largest technical forum of the space operations community that addresses state-of-the-art operations principles, methods and tools. The event has been held biennially since 1990 and attracts technologists, scientists, managers and experts from space agencies, academia, space-related industry and military organizations to interchange on all aspects of space mission operations, Space Ops 2012 held in Stockholm, Sweden in the week 11-15 June 2012, with total of more than 600 participants over the world. The conference topics include Mission Execution, Data and Communications System Facilities, Mission Design and Mission Management, Training & Knowledge Transfer, Cross Support, Interoperability & Standards, Commercial Space Operations, Launcher, Rockets & Balloon Operations, University Space Operations.
The King of Sweden (of His MAJESTY King Carl XIV of the Gustaf of Sweden), held a speech at the SpaceOps 2012 opening ceremony and visited the exhibition. In additional to the host, SSC and DLR presenting some great and brilliant displays in the exhibition, other space agencies like NASA, JPL, ESA, EUMETSAT, JAXA, and other famous space agencies, etc all come to SpaceOps exhibition to demonstrate their satellite missions operation capabilities and achievements.