Very few companies can be this proud: 100% success rate in three different projects developed by this team.
Vast experience in the development of nanosatellies through more than 10 years of successful projects.
A big, unique team who has been working together since the beginning of these space activities on 2007.
We implement a modern Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) process that shortens the time-to-market while preserving the quality of the design.
Our manufacturing and quality assurance processes follow the ECSS standards in order to provide a high end-product to our customers that meets their expectations.
We have developed our own full-fledged software-defined radio for high-speed and reliable space-to-ground communications. It even has flight heritage! We have successfully tested this equipment for automated M2M communications.
With an ECSS-based operations & and ground segment design, your business will offer the highest-performing services to your customers.
Xatcobeo (Cubesat 1U) carried three payloads: a software defined reconfigurable radio completely developed by the group, a system for measuring the amount of ionizing radiation and an innovative solar panel deployment system.
The HumSAT constellation provides communications services for low datarate devices deployed in remote areas. This project allowed us design a entire constellation from the system point of view. HumSAT/D was a technology demonstration satellite for our M2M communications technology.
SERPENS was a 3U nanosatellite providing: a spacecraft platform, M2M payload & terminals and consultancy in management, systems engineering, integration & test campaign and ground segment & operations. It was successfully operated using our own network of ground stations.
LUME-1 is a 2U which provides the communications services required by the FIRE-RS system to fulfill its mission objectives, but at the same time will serve as IOD Platform for the validation of TOTEM a Software Defined Radio payloadd. It will incorporate, in a very reduced volume, UHF and S-band communications; together with spectrum monitoring capabilities.
The DustCube project was a study carried out to validate the feasibitliy of developing a 3U class nanosatellite to be part of the AIM mission of the European Space Agency. The nanosatellite designed had to survive a very harsh interplanetary environment in terms of temperature drifts, radiation and potential particle impacts.
The AISTECH2U-1 is a 2U class nanosatellite that will be used as a technology demonstrator for a future nanosatellites constellation to be deployed by AISTECH space in the upcoming years. This satellite will include a M2M communications payload, together with an ADS-B receiver; altogether in a tiny 2U platform.
This contract with the European Space Agency involves carrying out a phase B study on the integration of a biological payload in a 6U-class nanosatellite. This payload exposes biological samples directly to the radiation of the Sun, under a very strict controlled environment.
Currently under development, the AIST6U nanosatellite will include a high resolution multi-spectral camera, an M2M communications payload and an ADS-B payload. Incoporating high datarate communications, will become the demonstrator of a future nanosatellites constellation for AISTECH space.