Course NameLength
2-day Environmental Control and Life Support System (ECLSS) System Engineering Workshop2 days
Advanced Satellite Communications Systems Workshop2 days
Aerospace Engineering Workshop2 days
Analysis of Materials for Space Systems2 days
Applications of Space Systems Engineering Workshop2 days
Basic Space Systems Engineering for Managers2 days
Cybersecurity Requirements for Space Applications Training2 days
Electro-Optical Space Systems Engineering Bootcamp2 days
Embedded Space Software Systems2 days
Emerging Technologies in Hardware, Firmware and Software Used in Space Crafts and Launch Vehicles Workshop2 days
Engineering Space Systems Level 2 - Advanced2 days
Fault Tolerant Design (FTD) for Space Systems Workshop2 days
Fault-Tolerant Hardware and Software Engineering2 days
Fundamentals of Deep Space Engineering2 days
Fundamentals of Engineering Space Systems Level 1: The Fundamentals2 days
Fundamentals of Ground System Engineering2 days
Fundamentals of Human Space Flight and Microgravity2 days
Fundamentals of Satellite Earth Observation2 days
Fundamentals of Space Environment2 days
Fundamentals of Space Leadership2 days
Fundamentals of Space Mission Operations2 days
Fundamentals of Space Systems Cybersecurity2 days
Fundamentals of Spacecraft Command and Telemetry2 days
Fundamentals of Spacecraft Configuration and Structural Design2 days
Fundamentals of Spacecraft Propulsion, Launch Systems, and Launch Mechanics2 days
Human Exploration of Mars Design Reference Architecture 5.02 days
Introduction to Astrodynamics2 days
Introduction to Bioregenerative Life Support Systems (BLSS)2 days
Introduction to Space Launch and Transportation System2 days
Introduction to Space Power Systems2 days
Introduction to Spacecraft Reliability and EMI/EMC Effects2 days
Introduction to Spacecraft Thermal Control2 days
Principles of Nanosatellite Conceptual Design2 days
Redundancy Management in Space Computers, Sensors, and Actuators of Onboard Systems2 days
SATCOM Network Services and Systems Analysis Workshop2 days
Satellite Communication Essentials2 days
Satellite Communication for Engineers2 days
Satellite Communication for Leaders2 days
Satellite Communication for Managers2 days
Satellite Communication for Non-Engineers2 days
Small Space System Development and Engineering2 days
Software Architectures And On-Orbit Upgrades Essentials2 days
Space Communications Workshop2 days
Space Computer Engineering Workshop2 days
Space Electrical Engineering2 days
Space Environmental Engineering Workshop2 days
Space Materials Engineering Workshop2 days
Space Mechanical Engineering Workshop2 days
Space Mission Management and Operations Workshop2 days
Space Nuclear Engineering Workshop2 days
Space Safety Engineering Workshop2 days
Space Software Reliability and Safety Workshop2 days
Space System Engineering Requirements2 days
Space System Reliability and Safety Workshop2 days
Space Systems Architecture and Design Thinking2 days
Space Systems Engineering and Management Workshop2 days
Space Systems Engineering Course2 days
Space Systems Engineering Training Workshop2 days
Space Technology for Engineers2 days
Space Technology for Non-Engineers2 days
Space Technology for Software Developers2 days
Space Technology for the Development Leader2 days
Space Technology Leadership Workshop2 days
Spacecraft Computer Systems Architecture and Design2 days
Spacecraft Hardware Design and Engineering2 days
Spacecraft Initial Operational Test and Evaluation (IOT&E) Workshop2 days
Spacecraft Integration and Testing Workshop2 days
Sustainable Space Engineering and Development2 days
Systems Engineering for Space2 days

Space Systems Engineering Training Courses by Tonex

Space Systems Engineering is a pivotal discipline in the space sector. A deep understanding of its principles and applications is essential for the success of any space mission, ranging from simple CubeSats, Nanosatellites to commercial communication satellites. Space Systems Engineers not only follow but frequently spearhead space projects from their inception to delivery. They collaborate with various disciplines to discern user needs, establish requirements, and finalize the design. Subsequently, they support the project through its assembly, integration, testing phases, and its eventual operation. Space Systems Engineers are involved in every phase of a space system’s life cycle. They execute crucial roles, ensuring that the delivered system aligns with requirements. Furthermore, they manage the critical interface among numerous project disciplines, including project management.

Professionals participating in Tonex’s Space Engineering training program will gain insight into the foundations and challenges of Space Systems Engineering. They will delve into the responsibilities of a Systems Engineer and closely examine the System Engineering process. The curriculum offers invaluable perspectives on Concurrent Design and the systems approach to Verification and Validation and O&M. It also covers the nuances of interactions with project management, encompassing project planning and risk management. Additionally, the course will feature group exercises aimed at acquainting participants with system engineering products and real-world challenges faced by space system engineers.

Space engineering is important because it enables us to explore and better understand our world and beyond.

Space engineering involves the design, development, and operation of technologies and systems related to space exploration, satellite communications, and space-based research.

Needless to say, space engineering paves the means for humans to have a better grasp of the universe through the gathering of scientific data. And, in addition to helping us study other celestial bodies, space engineering advances our understanding of the nature of the cosmos and the laws of physics.

But besides space exploration, space engineering also provides our planet with many practical applications that benefit individuals, companies and governments.

For example, satellite technology is the product of space engineering. Today, satellites are used for everything from GPS navigation and telecommunications to weather observation and forecasting.

Additionally, knowledge and technologies developed through space engineering have led to numerous spin-off technologies that have had significant impacts on our daily lives, such as the development of lightweight materials and advanced computer systems.

And the truly enlightening aspect of space engineering is its capacity for ongoing innovation.

The job of a space engineer is never finished. Advances in blockchain technology, artificial intelligence (AI), 3D printing, materials science, nanotechnology, and biotechnology have led to two key trends—decreasing launch costs and increasing capabilities of smaller satellites—both of which are leading to new capabilities for the sake of exploration and with direct benefit to human societies.

Space systems engineers maintain the focus on the space system as a whole rather than a collection of functional elements through regular project reviews occurring during subsequent Phase C/D development, production and testing. These serve to ensure the mission remains on track.

Space systems engineering has grown and evolved since the launching of the first U.S. satellite. In would appear that the future of space systems engineering is model based. Traditional systems engineering for a mission is based around documentation. MBSE (Model Based Systems Engineering) seeks to improve on that approach by using digital models instead to describe all the different subsystems and elements, and their relations with each other.

Space systems engineering trends are significant and need the attention of current as well as new personnel involved in the space sector.

Smart propulsion, space robotics, and space traffic management are gaining traction. AI has also become an important modality.

From autonomous systems and data analysis to planetary exploration and beyond, industry use cases showcase the remarkable impact of AI in the realm of space systems engineering.

One of the most popular industry use cases is SpaceX which has deployed an AI autopilot system for its Falcon 9 spacecraft. It allows the rocket to perform extraordinary autonomous feats, like flawless docking with the International Space Station (ISS).

This intelligent system calculates intricate trajectories, considering factors like fuel consumption, atmospheric disturbances, and even the peculiar movement of liquids within the engine.

Space Systems Engineering Courses by Tonex

Tonex offers four dozen 2-day courses in Space Systems Engineering introducing participants to the fundamental principles of systems engineering applied to development of space systems, software, applications and other important elements in the space systems engineering sector.

Attendees will also learn to combine unique technical skills and space-based assets while utilizing the principles of systems engineering to make an impact.

Learn from real space missions, starting with initial concept design leading to hardware and software design, manufacturing, testing and in-orbit operations.

Some of our most popular Space Systems Engineering courses include:

Fundamentals of Deep Space Engineering

Aerospace Engineering Workshop

Fundamentals of Space Leadership

Space Safety Engineering Workshop

Spacecraft Computer Systems Architecture and Design