• Silviu-Iulian GIMIGA 72nd Engineer Battalion "Bucharest Fortress"



: technology, artificial intelligence;, ; satellites, navigation;, communications;, intelligence;


The discovery of unknown aspects of outer space has become one of the most important goals in our world, due to the benefits, we have in our daily lives, both through the technology launched in space and through human curiosity to conquer new territories. The great powers of the world are looking for solutions for the development of space technologies both to increase economic power and to ensure military supremacy. This can lead to the development of technology, to ensure huge amounts of data and information, fast, complex and useful connections in all areas of military and civilian activity.

Author Biography

Silviu-Iulian GIMIGA, 72nd Engineer Battalion "Bucharest Fortress"

Born on July 31, 1974, Gropniţa village, Iaşi county.

By military profession, he works as an active officer within the Ministry of National Defense, after he graduated Military Institute of Engineering, Constructions and Rail Roads, from 1996.  Along his career he occupied a lot of positions for execution or command in the tactical and operative military units which determined him to share his experience in different articles and to accomplish his objectives in research program in the post-graduate school.

The academic training has been completed by graduating several master's degree courses/ studies, training internships:

- 2012 - National University of Defense "Carol I", master in the field of "Military Sciences and Intelligence", specialization inter-weapon leadership Land Forces;

- 2015 - National University of Defense "Carol I", Advanced Joint Operation Staff Officers Course (AJOSOC);

- from 2021 he follows the research program in the National University of Defense "Carol I".




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