Amar Vora | Space Applications Engineer
European Space Agency

Amar Vora, Space Applications Engineer, European Space Agency

Amar has spent over 6 years in the space industry, with experience in both the upstream and downstream sector.

Currently, he works within the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Business Applications team as a Space Applications Engineer, managing activities across several industries that develop applications utilising space-based data. In the transport domain, he actively manages several activities within the European railway sector, including the first European Demonstrator of a Train Control System based on the ERTMS Level 2 standard operating with satellite navigation and a satellite communications-based multi-bearer service. As well as managing activities in the railway domain, he has helped to coordinate the establishment of the ESA Space4Rail Open Call within the Business Applications department, setting up a framework of thematic areas enabling the European railway industry to actively apply to the ESA Business Applications programme. Amar is also engaged in activities across several other satellite-based downstream domains, including the maritime, humanitarian and sports sectors.

Previously, Amar has worked at Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., working on future satellite mission concepts primarily in the Earth observation and telecommunications domain and playing a key role in strategically defining telecommunications satellite solutions for the Company.

Appearances:



Rail Live 2020 - 31st March @ 15:00

Developing satellite-based applications for the railway industry

  • What are the possible applications and benefits of satellite assets software in the rail industry?
  • How far developed are these solutions for commercial viability: Some initiatives
  • Call to action for the industry: how can we work together to bring satellite applications to railway operations
last published: 05/Mar/20 15:15 GMT

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