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     Date Submitted:09-11-2014
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     Current job:SICRAL Site Manager & NATO NSP2K Representative Ground Segment Telecommunications TLC Mission Unit
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Space Tourism
     KeywordsMy career started over 25 years ago when I joined in Thales Alenia Space Space. Responsible since 2000 as System Engineering Technical Manager for Telecomunications industrial support at the Military Site of Vigna di Valle (Bracciano-Rome) managed by the
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    Marital status: married (two children)

    Nationality: Italian

    Birth date: 26/06/1966

    Birth Place: Reggio Calabria

    Role

    System Engineering Technical Manager at Thales Alenia Space Italia - Rome

     

    SICRAL 1 and SICRAL 1B Satellite: Site Manager & NATO NSP2K Representative Ground Segment Telecommunications TLC Mission Unit

    THALES ALENIA SPACE

    April 2000 -November 2014

    Responsible since 2000 of the TLC industrial support at the military site CGC (Control and Management Centre) of Vigna di Valle (Rome) managed by Italian Defence Administration for the Sicral Program. 
    Main duties and responsibilities:

    ·         Analysis and definition of the AD operational needs for SCPC, FDMA, CDMA and TDMA networks optimization and the use of SHF, UHF and EHF frequency bands

    ·         System support to all the services provided by the Italian Defence Administration to NATO and in particular for TDMA network control with voice / data communications in UHF band, in the frame of NATO Satcom Post 2000 (NSP2K) Common Element Program

    ·         Configuration, set-up and maintenance of ground equipments (i.e. DAMA modems, ground stations and terminals, spectrum monitoring stations, mission and network control stations)

    ·          Sicral Earth Station information systems debugging

    ·          Test of TDMA DAMA services with SHF-UHF, UHF-UHF portable, ships and aircraft terminals and support to qualification test campaigns of terminals delivered to Administration Defence

    ·         Preparation of Operational Manuals for the UHF TDMA DAMA system and technical training for AD staff.

     

    Artemis Satellite

    THALES ALENIA SPACE

    September 1998 – March 2000 Netherlands

    Involved in the European Space Agency (ESA Noordwijk, Netherlands) program related to Artemis telecommunications satellite. The role is O.C.O.E (Overall Equipment Check-Out) System Manager for integration and development of environmental testing.

     

    Globalstar Satellite

    THALES ALENIA SPACE

    July 1998 – August 1998 Baikonur (Kazakistan)

    Involved in the launch activities of 12 Globalstar telecommunications satellites at the military polygon Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
    The roles are: responsible for the rocket-satellite electrical interface and  supervisor for  the functional check-out analysis of  12 Globalstar satellites.

     

    Globalstar Satellite

    THALES ALENIA SPACE

    September 1997 – December 1997 Cape Canaveral (Florida)

    Involved in the launch activities (with Delta rocket) of 4 Globalstar telecommunications satellites at Cape Canaveral.
    The roles are: responsible for the rocket-satellite electrical interface and  supervisor for  the functional check-out analysis of 4 Globalstar satellites.

     

    Engineer

    THALES ALENIA SPACE

    September 1996 – August 1997  Rome, Italy

    Join the Globalstar satellite program team in the Engineering Unit for the technical requirements development of the rocket- satellite electrical interface and the electrical testing of Globalstar satellites.

     

    System Manager Italsat F2

    THALES ALENIA SPACE

    May 1996 – August 1996 French Guyana

    Involved in the launch activities related to the Italian telecommunications satellite Italsat F2 from Kourou (Guyana francese) with Arianne rocket launcher. The role is O.C.O.E (Overall Equipment Check-Out) system manager.

     

    System Manager

    THALES ALENIA SPACE

    April 1992 – May 1994 Rome, Italy

    Member of  the AIT (Activity Integration Test) unit  with the role of O.C.O.E (Overall Equipment Check-Out) System Manager for the Italsat satellite F2.

     

    Electronic Technician

    Aeritalia

    July 1990 – March 1992 Turin Italy

    Work at Aeritalia in the MAET (Methods and Equipment Electrical) department, with the following responsabilities:

    ·         planning and development of the wiring for military aircraft (EFA Euro Fighter Aircraft)

    ·         electrical testing of the first aircraft EFA at the BAE military base of in Worton (England)

     

     

    Studies experiences

    High School degree (1985): Perito Elettrotecnico Capotecnico

    Istituto Tecnico Industriale G.Marconi

    Civitavecchia (Roma)

     

     

    Languages

    Good English and French spoken

     

    Technical Certifications

    11/05/96       Open VMS Advanced System Management

    01/04/94       Open VMS System Network Management.

    15/11/93       I/O C programming.

    22/11/93       Unix fundamentals.

    Good knowledge of Windows and several Windows user applications.


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