This course is fully booked.
This training course will be held as a two-part webinar on 10 + 11 November.
The 8 hour course is split in two sessions which will run from 9:00 to 13:00 CET on both days.
--> Please note that the course is only open to entities from ESA Member States, Associate States and Cooperating States
The course aims to develop the theoretical knowledge and the practical skills necessary to acquire a good understanding of the pitfalls associated with Electrical, Electromechanical and Electronic (EEE) components procurement and associated costs. The sessions will highlight the kind of impact EEE procurement can have on an initially foreseen project budget and schedule.
Costs related to EEE parts definition, procurement and acquisition as well as the intensive test requirements to be qualified for aerospace use, before being launched as part of a spacecraft, need to be carefully accounted for and considered at early project phases as project success can depend on the proper execution of the previously mentioned tasks.
Participants will acquire a good understanding of the pitfalls associated with Electrical, Electromechanical and Electronic (EEE) components procurement and associated costs.
The target group for the course are engineers and scientists working for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME) who wish to have an insight into the different costs areas that need to be considered when working on a project. The course targets both SMEs providing flight products for major satellite programmes as well as companies working at lower TRL levels in technology programmes.
The course will be divided into theoretical and practical sessions. The theoretical sessions will provide the theoretical basis to be able to carry out an assessment of the different cost areas that need to be considered when working on a project.
In the practical session the trainee/(s) will be asked to identify the different cost areas that need to be taken into consideration for different given examples.
Q&A sessions will allow active participation of the attendees.
The webinar will cover the following areas:
Registered participants who cannot attend the event are kindly requested to inform the organisers about their unavailability as soon as possible, before the start of the course, at: firstname.lastname@example.org