Network

The success of the ISDC's mission will require more than skill and courage. Effective collaboration will enable crew do their best work and empower their crewmates to realise their own potential. A number of networking opportunities are available through the crew website.

Crew can share common interests in groups, which are organised around topical subject areas. Crew can exchange ideas, co-ordinate work and colloborate on new concepts with like-minded colleagues,

Crew can also orgnaise themselves into multi-disciplinary teams to support their simulation training. Teams can run simulations against each other and compete for seasonal honours.

Latest Blogs

The new simroom is ready to go for Hunt/Kill simulations, so training programs are being put in place to give crew the...
Meet the flight operations console - more commonly referred to as “the helm”. It’s a multipurpose workstation that will...
Maintaining awareness of what’s happening in space around the ship is one of the most critical functions performed by...
Trainee quartermasters (helm operators) are now able to experience what it will be like to have a starship under their...

Latest Group Posts

Even deep-space missions aren't immune to pernicious viruses. We've had to postpone our planned ramp-up of the...
I'm looking to schedule one or more seminars for potential Foundation Members in the next week or so.
Here's an interesting article: a guide to executing held bearing meaneuvers, such as the radial traversal (partial...
This is a first look at a firing solution calculator prototype. This will be used to calculate the ideal combination of...
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