The SPL Website Policy

This policy states how SPL will use informations collected during your visit to our website. Your privacy is an important issue for us. If you visit the SPL site:

To read or download information
We will collect and store information for statistical purposes:

  • Date and time of the access
  • IP Address, browser type, operating system and proxy settings of the accessing system.
  • Which documents have been accessed.
  • Access to the publications site needs a personalized password. Password-access will also be logged.
  • SPL reserves the right to deny the access from systems we think they shouldn't have access. It is our own decision who will have access. We do not correspond about this issue.

To send us an E-mail
By sending us an E-Mail, you may sending us personal information (e.g., name, address, E-mail address, IP-address of origin). We will store this data in order to respond to the request or to otherwise resolve the subject matter of your E-mail. We keep this information and will never give it away to third parties without prior authorization.

SPL's webservers do not set or read any cookies at the moment. This can be changed to improve the functionality of our website and will be mentioned here.

Website Disclaimer
SPL may provide links to web pages which are not part of the SPL webserver family (this are the and domains). These sites are not under SPL's control, and SPL is not responsible for the information or links you may find there. SPL is providing these links only as a convenience. The presence of these links on any SPL website is not intended to imply SPL endorsement of that site, but to provide a convenient link to relevant sites which are managed by other organizations, companies, or individuals. Access to copyright protected material should be disabled by password. If you still find such material on our website, please inform us!
SPL accepts no responsibility for persons harmed or injured or for any damage caused by devices like rockets, igniters, propellants etc. made on the basis of information presented on the SPL web pages. Information presented herein is for informative purposes only.
Thank you for visiting the SPL website!

Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR)

The Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) is an international convention intended to enhance world security by restricting the flow of technologies with ballistic and cruise missile application. Switzerland is a member nation. More information can be found on the homepage of the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO.
MTCR applies to many parts of X-Bow and other of SPL's projects. This includes data, techniques, procedures and results related to design, construction, test and operation. This type of information, unless already in the public domain or in the nature of basic scientific research, must not be exported without a license and must not be disseminated to any organization within Switzerland without satisfactory evidence of that organization being the end user.

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