Taitus Software Italia is a software development company specializing in advanced mission analysis, planning and simulation tools for space applications, with particular focus in Earth Observation. Taitus is a key software supplier to ESA and other Space companies. Taitus applications are used operationally in many running missions like Cosmo-Skymed, Deimos-1, Radarsat, TerraSAR-X, Cryosat, SMOS, GOCE as well as entities like Copernicus and the International Charter of Space and Major Disasters.
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SaVoir was developed originally for the European Space Agency to support operations of the International Charter for Space and Major Disasters (the Charter). The scope was to provide an easy to use tool to quickly identify potential acquisition opportunities over any area of interest and with any satellite and sensor combination, thus speeding the efforts in data ordering for disaster relief.
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Why choose SaVoir?
SaVoir is delivered fully configured with most of the currently flying optical and radar satellites (over 75) and their payloads, including Radarsats, RapidEyes, DMC, TerraSAR-X, SPOT, Kompsat, Formosat, NOAA, Landsat, Aqua, Terra, Cosmo-SkyMeds, WorldViews, Quickbird, Ikonos, CBERS, SAC-C, Cartosats, IRSs, EROSs, GeoEye, OrbViews, THEOS, TopSAT, KOMPSAT, Pleiades, EnMAP, Sentinel-1, 2, 3, and others. Configuring new missions is very easy with the help of wizards or by editing XML files. During maintenance support we provide also assistance in SaVoir configuration.
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What we offer
A number of plugins have been developed over the years to address the specific needs of customers and also to add specialised functionalities which can be purchased separately as options to the baseline SaVoir application.
High Efficency Real-time Multithreading Engine for Space applications
HERMES focuses on providing our customers, satellite service providers and end-users of satellite data, specifically those in the segment of Earth Observation, the perfect tool to precisely plan and design the right scheduling, the right amount of data and the right providers to cost-effectively achieve their mission goals.
Taitus Software Italia Srl was founded in 2004 by its Director, Felipe Martín Crespo, a former ESA staff member of more than 15 years. Taitus Software Italia Srl is a software development company specializing in advanced mission analysis, planning and simulation tools for space applications, with particular focus on Earth Observation. Taitus is a key software supplier to ESA and other Space companies. Taitus applications are used operationally in many running missions like Cosmo-Skymed, Deimos-1, Radarsat, TerraSAR-X, Cryosat, SMOS, GOCE as well as entities like Copernicus and the International Charter of Space and Major Disasters.
A new SaVoir version 9.1.0 is ready for download. Discover all the new features and the configuration updatesMain new features added Duty Cycle (DC) constraint has been redesigned to account for relative power usage. Optimization progress has been improved, providing...
A new SaVoir version 9.0.0 is ready for download. Discover all the new features and the configuration updates Main new features added New Undo / Redo functionality over most editing actions in the GUI. Activate it via short cut keys (Undo = Ctrl + Z, Redo = Ctrl...
During the last 2 years we have worked on a European project called HERMES ( High Efficiency Real-time Multithreading Engine for Space applications). The project just ended but we are still woring on it, and we have planned to improve it in the near future.Today, we...
For the second consecutive year we participate to SSSIF ( Spanish Small Satellite International Forum). The event for small satellites designers, technicians, developers & launchers, took place in Malaga from 25 to 27 of February. We decided to repeat the...
Taitus participate to New Space Economy European Expoforum from 10- to 12th December hosted in Fiera di Ropma: our impressions and considerations.
Last week we participate to Space Tech Expo Europe, our impressions