2020 Exhibitor List
4Links designs, manufactures, supplies and supports an extensive range of SpaceWire test equipment, network simulators, development systems and IP products.
The 4Links product range is renowned as being the most comprehensive and reliable on the market. Our Modular Satellite Development Systems enables very early integration. Thus avoiding the many problems that occur when integration is only carried out long after all the design decisions for each subsystem have been made, when it is too late to fix incompatibilities.
Our SpaceWire routing switch and codec IP products, using a patented synchronous receiver design, are implemented in a single clock domain and thus avoid all of the problems of asynchronous logic and the requirement for careful FPGA placement. This IP could be critical to the success of your next SpaceWire project!
4Links is based in the Science and Innovation Centre at Bletchley Park, the World War II code-breaking centre, in Buckinghamshire, UK.
a.i. solutions Inc.
a.i. solutions is a small-business provider of innovative mission-critical products and services that enable uninterrupted and reliable access to space. Since 1996, the a.i. solutions team has supported the nation’s space and defense communities producing superior services, results, and cost-savings for our customers. a.i. solutions’ services and products span space mission engineering, missile defense systems assurance, launch services, cybersecurity, information assurance, emergency management solutions, the FreeFlyer® astrodynamics software, and the Deep Space Trajectory Explorer (DSTE).
FreeFlyer® flight dynamics software, developed by a.i. solutions, is a COTS software application for use in satellite mission analysis, design, and operations. FreeFlyer offers space mission analysis and planning in one integrated tool. FreeFlyer provides connectivity to any external tool used during spacecraft mission design and operations, including any TT&C systems. A free version is available for educational use.
AAC Clyde Space
AAC Clyde Space’s award-winning satellite solutions have been gaining momentum in the small satellite market for over a decade. Their commercially focused solutions have demonstrated impressive space-based capabilities stretching across a range of applications. With expanded payload volume and market leading quality, their EPIC platform range offers unparalleled reliability with an added-value service offering. This complete end-to-end mission service package covers everything from mission & payload design to satellite operations, enabling customers to concentrate on their business delivery. With a strong track record in their core market, with government, commercial, and educational organisations around the world, their readily available subsystem range offers excellent functional specifications with unparalleled support for ease of integration, bringing clients back for multiple projects.
Adcole Space is the globally trusted resource for small satellite mission solutions and accurate, cost-efficient Attitude Determination and Control Systems (ADACS). The Adcole Space organization combines innovative product development with the capability to deliver high-reliability, AS9100 certified hardware for our nation's critical space programs. Adcole Space has a deep heritage for mission-critical components, having delivered over 175 CubeSat ADACS units and high-reliability sun sensors on hundreds of missions reaching from the Sun's corona to beyond Pluto and into the Kuiper belt. Recently, the organization has expanded into star trackers and cameras — enabling customers to improve attitude determination and situational awareness.
Addvalue Innovation Pte Ltd
Addvalue IDRS Team
Addvalue is a satellite communications company that is dedicated to partnering with you to develop boundless connectivity solutions on the horizon and beyond. The Company's Inter-Satellite Data Relay System (IDRS™) provides the world’s first commercial, on-demand, real-time connection to LEO satellites, enabling ground-breaking advancements in satellite operations. The IDRS solution is space tested and operates over Inmarsat’s award-winning L-Band I-4 GEO constellation. This allows LEO operators to communicate on demand with their LEO constellation by relay within the Inmarsat network. With IDRS solutions, LEO satellite operations will no longer be throttled by ground station scheduling. IDRS technology greatly improves the efficiency of LEO satellite fleet ops. The company also offers extensive engineering and integration services to its customers. Whatever the market or application, Addvalue’s wide range of products and services is sure to offer the right technology to drive enhanced connectivity.
Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.
Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. (ACT) is the leading provider of thermal management solutions for satellites, deep space missions and ground support structures. Through our engineering expertise and AS 9100 quality manufacturing systems, we provide mission critical hardware that provides our customers with reliable long-life operation. ACT has over 40 million hours on orbit with Aluminum Ammonia Heat Pipes and growing heritage with SCWHPs (Space Copper Water Heat Pipes), Liquid cold plates, fluid accumulators, and other advanced technologies.
We specialize in providing reliable, light-weight and high-performance thermal management technologies and engineered solutions to meet the unique needs of each customer. With the expertise of an industry leader and the agility of a small company, our employees are empowered to drive innovation!
Aerojet Rocketdyne is an innovative company delivering solutions that create value for its customers in the aerospace and defense markets. The company is a world-recognized aerospace and defense leader that provides propulsion and energetics to the space, missile defense and strategic systems, tactical systems and armaments areas, in support of domestic and international markets. Additional information about Aerojet Rocketdyne can be obtained by visiting our website at www.Rocket.com.
The Aerospace Corporation is a California nonprofit corporation that operates a federally funded research and development center and has approximately 3,500 employees. It provides guidance and advice to military, civil, and commercial customers to ensure the success of complex, technology-based programs. The Aerospace Corporation is headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., with multiple locations across the United States.
Aerothreads is a specialized provider of Multi-Layer Insulation (MLI) blanket products and critical support services for the aerospace industry.
Our extensive experience in the design, fabrication, and installation of MLI blankets for flight and test missions, coupled with our specialized art and design education makes us ideal innovators for the most complex MLI blanket needs.
We are a tightly managed company with high quality control and low overhead, which translates to excellent product value, on-time delivery, and consistent customer satisfaction. Consider us a reliable provider and one-stop-shop for your high-quality MLI blankets, from the critical design phases through test support and launch.
Recognizing the current challenges facing spacecraft manufacturers, we have adapted to include virtual support. Contact us for more information.
Aerothreads is a Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB).
Airbus U.S. Space & Defense, Inc. – Space Systems
Tim Deaver and Mark Kinnersley, Ph.D
Airbus U.S. supplies leading space systems, technology and solutions to government and commercial customers. We are enabling critical research on the International Space Station (ISS) with our Bartolomeo external platform, supporting the integration and testing of Airbus’ European Service Module into the Orion Deep Space Crew Vehicle, and we are under contract with DARPA's Blackjack program to demonstrate the military utility of small satellite constellations for the Department of Defense. We are committed to growing our manufacturing capability in the U.S., and our government customers can leverage our commercial capability to develop low-earth orbit small satellite constellations to complement large existing systems.
Aitech Defense Systems, Inc.
Aitech is a leading supplier of radiation hardened and ruggedized Space-qualified embedded computer subsystems for satellite bus, payloads and launch vehicles. Aitech offers rapidly available product solutions with its Space electronics product line including Space Single Board Computers (SBCs), Gigabit Ethernet, Digital & Analog I/O, SpaceWire, Solid State Memory and power enclosures to fit your immediate mission needs. This year we are excited to introduce our enhanced SP0-S Single Board Computer and our innovative compact, small form factor (SFF) main Mission Control Computer and Data Concentrator solution.
During our 30+ year history, Aitech has established a long and impressive track record delivering superior cost-performance, reliability, and time-to-market benefits to our worldwide customers ranging from manned space flight, unmanned planetary missions to satellite applications. With a line of Space products performing up to 100krad TID and latch-up immune electronics, Aitech delivers the most cost effective solutions with expected robust functionality and performance you demand.
Alba Orbital Ltd
Alba Orbital is the World's largest Picosatellite company and focuses on platform development and providing access to launch.
Based in the Satellite capital of Europe, Glasgow, Alba Orbital is the developer of the Unicorn-2 - an advanced 3p PocketQube platform that was developed in partnership with the European Space Agency.
In addition to platform development, Alba Orbital also manifests the Alba Launch clusters for other PocketQube satellites to give cost effective and regular access to space.
Alba Orbital’s mission is to advance the PocketQube cause. Our goal is to be the best PocketQube company in the world and for that to matter. It is our firm belief that PocketQubes are the answer to the challenge of democratising access to space.
AMERGINT Technologies Inc
AMERGINT provides high performance software-based ground systems and infrastructure for satellite signal/protocol processing, telemetry, commanding, comms, test, simulation/emulation, and launch operations. From RF processing to COMSEC interfaces and data processing, dissemination, visualization, and storage, AMERGINT provides cost-effective solutions for commercial and national programs including GPS and ISS.
Located in Belgium, AMOS has been designing and building high-performance optical and mechanical systems for more than 35 years. Its main achievements are a series of large-scale telescopes for professional astronomy, advanced space optics (mirrors, gratings, …) for more than 40 Earth Observation or Deep Space missions (Sentinel-2, 3 & 5, Meteosat, Gaia, …) , test equipment for space instruments and high-precision mechanical equipment. Combining decades of flight heritage with innovative space solutions, AMOS has recently developed a range of advanced compact and lightweight multi- and hyperspectral imagers for the New Space market. This has been made possible thanks to a team of about 100 highly skilled and passionate engineers and researchers.
Analytical Graphics, Inc (AGI)
AGI mission-level software helps engineers, operators, and analysts working on complex land, sea, air, and space systems. Our modeling, analysis, and visualization tools, coupled with legendary customer support, help those in aerospace and defense organizations make critical decisions faster and more accurately in an operational context.
Systems Tool Kit (STK), now on version 12, supports the small satellite community by providing engineers and operators an environment that enables them to perform satellite subsystem trade studies, predict RF communication links, evaluate solar power generation, and more.
Learn more at agi.com.
French Space Agency (CNES) spin-off, ANYWAVES develops revolutionary antennas for SmallSats.
Based on breakthrough technology and an expert team, ANYWAVES designs and manufactures a new generation of miniature, high-performance and high-quality antennas for Space applications such as Telecommunications, Navigation, Earth Observation, Atmospheric Input and many others.
ANYWAVES is the first European Antennas "pure player" for the "Newspace".
ANYWVAVES offers :
- S-band antenna for TT&C (Tx & Rx), flight heritage
- X-band antenna for paylaod telemetry, flight heritage
- GNSS L1/E1 bands 3D printed ceramic antenna
- GNSS all bands antenna (covering GPS, Galileo, Glonass, Beidou, IRNSS L5, QZSS and Inmarsat in L-band).
The company also offers an expertise in Antennas to support its customers and to guarantee the final performance of antennas in their operating environment.
ANYWAVES has the ambition to become the leader of miniature antennas for critical systems.
Aperture Optical Sciences, Inc.
Aperture Optical Sciences designs and manufactures imaging and laser telescopes for small satellite applications.
Our in-house capabilities for Silicon Carbide optics enables volume production of cost effective, light weight and athermal telescopes ideal for constellation applications.
Stop by to discuss your requirements.
Apogee Semiconductor provides products and technologies for space and other extreme environments. We are focused on making the frontier of space more accessible by bridging the technology gap between commercial and high-reliability technologies at a lower cost. We provide optimized products and infrastructure that give you the best in reliability and value. Our products and services are targeted towards enabling small-satellites and large constellations that require high performance, a small form factor and radiation resilience at a lower cost. Working in partnership with state-of-the art semiconductor foundries, Apogee Semiconductor develops radiation hardened processes and components that serve as the foundation for our cutting-edge integrated circuits and IP blocks.
Applied Aerospace Structures Corporation
AASC has over 50 years experience providing advanced composite and metal bonded aerospace structures. Specializing in design, fabrication and testing of lightweight, high performance engineered structures. Serving Military and Commercial customers for Space, Aircraft and Ground systems. Advanced engineering and manufacturing capabilities including CATIA, Pro-E, FiberSim, Virtek, CompositePro, NASTRAN. Large facilities with autoclaves up to 16 dia X 30, 5-axis machining, Abrasive Water Jet. AS9100C Quality and Nadcap certified.
Applied Technology Associates (ATA)
ATA is an advanced technology company specializing in precision stabilization, tracking, pointing, and controls for optical and radio frequency systems, including optical communications, ground-based optical systems, electronic warfare systems, telemetry receiving, and high energy laser systems. ATA also provides engineering support services at customer locations, and we support the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Space Vehicles Directorate with research, development, prototyping, and demonstration activities. We continue the maturation of our laser communication products and ground-based optical imaging systems for space situational awareness. ATA’s laser communication solutions have flown on the NASA Lunar Laser Communications Demonstration (LLCD), and we have delivered systems for an AF laser communications satellite crosslink and the NASA Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD). Other products include our fast steering mirrors and angular rate sensors for space applications. ATA’s long heritage of satellite assembly, integration, and test is being leveraged on recent contract awards through the Space Enterprise Consortium.
ArianeGroup develops and supplies innovative and competitive solutions for civil space launchers, with expertise in all aspects of state-of-the-art propulsion technologies. ArianeGroup is lead contractor for Europe’s Ariane 5 and Ariane 6 launcher families, responsible for both design and the entire production chain, up to and including marketing by its Arianespace subsidiary. ArianeGroup and its subsidiaries enjoy a global reputation as specialists in the field of equipment and propulsion for space applications: star trackers, laser Data transmission by SODERN, or even Hold & Release Mechanisms, driving electronics for satellite separation and pin pullers/pushers by PYROALLIANCE. The group is a joint venture equally owned by Airbus and Safran, and employs nearly 9,000 highly qualified staff in France and Germany.
Arralis is a leader in advanced millimetre wave technology. We operate in the communications, satellite, aerospace and defence markets with innovative Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMICs), packaged modules, sub-systems and complete high definition radars and satellite receivers.
Our business model is to design and build every part of a radar or communication system from the devices through modules, sub-systems, systems and innovative antennas. We hold patents in antennas and exceptionally low loss waveguide transitions up to 110GHz.
We have a highly skilled design team, more than 60% of our operation are engineers; most are PhD educated.
We have locations in UK, Ireland and USA; in Florida we are building an ITAR compliant design and production facility.
ASTRA is a Technology Development company that provides tools and solutions for complex space physics disciplines, instrumentation, modeling capabilities and data analytics. We are a leader in the development of Small Satellites through our staff’s decades of combined experience.
ASTRA’s foundation in Ionospheric Physics enables us to develop miniaturized space-science systems and instrumentation that support Space and Terrestrial Weather data services for our DoD, NASA, federal agency, university and industry customers, including:
• Mission and system design of small-satellite and CubeSat platforms
• Simulating operational scenarios (e.g. evaluating effects of sensor coverage)
• Modeling small satellite subsystems and ground-segment interactions
• Simulating functionality of attitude operations and CubeSat pointing requirements
• Remote sensing design and analysis services
ASTRA's Miniaturized SensorSat Solutions - connecting your next big idea with engineering reality in a smallsat package that fits comfortably inside your budget.
Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH
Dr. Juliane Haupt
ASTROFEIN – Precision in Space. Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH (ASTROFEIN) develops, produces and tests components and systems for space. We focus on small satellites, attitude control, structures, mechanisms and payloads. The comprehensive knowledge, expertise and experience of the employees ensure a high quality standard in different fields of the space technologies.
ASTROFEIN is one of the world's leading manufacturers of reaction wheels. A family of reaction wheels for small satellites was successfully launched on the market. The family of ASTROFEIN reaction wheels comprises seven reaction wheels – RW 1, RW25, RW 35, RW 90, RW 150, RW 250 and the RW 800.
We are pleased to announce at SmallSat Utah 2019 one of our newest products, the 6U PicoSatellite Launcher (PSL), as a new member of our PSL family that established already the PSL1U, PSL2U, PSL3U and PSL12U.
ASTROFEIN follows highest quality standards: Our processes are certified according to EN 9100.
The space race has evolved. Private sector space exploration and technology efforts are now joining and leading the way.
To advance space access and exploration further, academic and commercial space enterprises must leverage value-added expertise, facilities, and focus to drive the future of this industry. The ASU Space Technology and Science (NewSpace) Initiative is creating academic-commercial partnerships that brings together the most brilliant minds in the space industry sector for an unprecedented collaborative effort. ASU NewSpace leads the integration of academic and commercial space enterprises using ASU’s core strengths in space science, engineering, and education.
ATLAS Space Operations Inc.
ATLAS Space Operations, Inc. based in Traverse City, Michigan, empowers global access to space through Freedom™, a global ground network management system that provides a simplified, intuitive solution for satellite communications. Unlike complex, costly, and labor-intensive legacy approaches, Freedom™ makes communicating with satellites simpler, faster, and more economical than ever before and eliminates the need for satellite owners to act as ground station operators. Freedom™ also is agnostic and supports other ground networks outside of ATLAS’ ground network. For more information on ATLAS Space Operations, please visit www.atlasground.com.
Avio is an international group, leader in the design and production of space launchers and liquid and solid propulsion systems for space transportation. It has 5 sites in Italy, France and French Guiana, and employs around 850 highly-qualified people, about 30% of whom work in research and development. Avio is listed on the Milan stock exchange in the Star segment; in 2018 it had revenues of 388.7 million euros.
Avio is prime contractor for the Vega program and sub-contractor for the Ariane program, both financed by the European Space Agency (ESA), making Italy one of the very few countries in the world able to produce a complete space launch vehicle.
Avio will also manufacture the forthcoming Vega C launcher and it will participate in the development of the Ariane 6 launcher thanks to its new solid propellant engines and the Vinci and Vulcain liquid oxygen turbopumps.
The solid propellant engine P120C, which will equip both the European Ariane 6 launcher and the more powerful version of the Vega space launcher, is developed and manufactured by Europropulsion (J.V. 50% Avio, 50% ArianeGroup).
Azista BST Aerospace
Azista BST Aerspace (ABA) is the global powerhouse in satellite mass manufacturing. 250+ satellites (50-250kg) capacity per year . German Engineering excellence for satellite mass manufacturing. Our global team delivers. 180+ people and 100,000sqft. facilities. End-to-end mission solutions. Locally assembled. Submeter. Multispectral. Hyperspectral. Radar & Communication. On-orbit, on-time and on-budget.
Powered by endlessly curious people with an unwavering mission focus, Ball Aerospace pioneers discoveries that enable our customers to perform beyond expectation and protect what matters most. We create innovative space solutions, enable more accurate weather forecasts, drive insightful observations of our planet, deliver actionable data and intelligence, and ensure those who defend our freedom go forward bravely and return home safely.
Benchmark Space Systems
Our mission is to improve yours. Founded in 2017 and headed for multiple in-space missions in 2020, Benchmark Space Systems is positioned to be your in-space mobility partner. We are focused in improving accessibility to propulsion capability by providing the most cost-effective propulsion solutions for your Small Satellite mission needs: from simple orbit adjustments and regulatory compliance to high-agility maneuvers and RPO. Benchmark Space’s innovations have been specifically designed to improve safety and capability for spacecraft ranging from 1U through ESPA class. Our rapid lead times, ease of integration, and unpressurized launch enabled by our patented On-Demand Pressurization System have been important differentiators for our customers. Our team is eager to explore how one of our several best-in-class products may improve your next mission!
Family owned SME specialized in design and manufacturing of solutions with composites for aerospace. After more than 20 years of experience with challenging composite parts for different applications, now Bercella can count on a flexible and reactive team of people, with specific expertise and with a solid heritage in different fields.
The Space industry represent a clear trend of development for Bercella, with important accounts such as Airbus DS, Leonardo, OHB, together with many space agencies and other institutions. Among the space projects that belong to the Bercella’s heritage we can mention Rosetta and ExoMars2020 Drill box, substrate sandwich panel for Prisma solar array (OHB Italy), SSMS Dispenser for SAB Aerospace (VEGA Launcher), Semi-rigid solar array and yoke for EurostarNeo Aurbus DS, support Bipods for Majis-Leonardo and more.
The manufacturing capabilities of Bercella are mainly based on hand lay-up of prepreg for autoclave curing, filament winding and machining.
Blue Canyon Technologies (BCT)
Blue Canyon Technologies is a leading provider of turnkey small satellite solutions, including nanosatellites, microsatellites, and ESPA-class satellites. We specialize in precision pointing platforms based upon our high-performance attitude determination and control components. BCT’s highly experienced staff has developed low-cost, flight-proven, high-reliability spacecraft systems and components that enable a wide range of missions for academic, commercial, and government applications. Our state-of-the-art spacecraft and subsystems are supporting LEO, GEO, Lunar, and interplanetary missions.
Braxton is a small business with its headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We design, develop and deliver Commercial off-the-Shelf (COTS) satellite command and control products, used today to launch and operate the GPS constellation. With our ACE Premier product line, we deploy fully automated satellite operations centers, for any satellite class, at industry low price-points and at no cost to universities. For the Small Satellite Conference, we bring a unique demonstration of our automated commanding and telemetry processing product, Ace ControlPoint (AceCP) and, for perhaps the first time to the conference, a physics-based Small Sat simulation. Researchers, developers, and operators use AceSIM to investigate on-orbit payload concepts in a simulated space environment, test their spacecraft bus and ground systems before launch, develop and test their operations concepts and procedures, and train operators on unique mission requirements. We are in Booth 197. Stop by for a demonstration.
Bright Ascension are space software specialists offering products and services addressing the complete range of upstream software needs.
Our flagship Flight Software Development kit has off-the-shelf support for a wide range of platforms and subsystems from a broad range of vendors. The unique modular technology makes key functions portable, enabling vendor-independence and facilitating development, testing and integration.
Bright Ascension's intuitive Mission Control Software seamlessly integrates with our flight software permitting rapid configuration and scalability to constellation operations. The focus on operability and automation gets more from space systems. System modularity permits interaction with alternative platforms, eliminating vendor lock-in and increasing the efficiency and competitiveness of space services.
Our software has been in operational use since 2014 with eight spacecraft flying. Additionally, we have carried out R&D activities for organisations of all sizes, from creating custom software to delivering full turn-key mission software.
Busek Co. Inc.
Busek makes satellites go with electric propulsion. Founded in 1985, the firm develops, manufactures, and tests in-space propulsion components and complete integrated electric propulsion systems. Our technology expertise spans three forms of electric propulsion and ‘green’ monopropellant technology, in power levels from 5W to 20kW. From the ultra-precision pointing of ESA’s LISA Pathfinder (NASA ST-7), to Lunar Cubesats, to electric orbit raising, or LEO drag make-up, we have the technical solution, depth, and experience for your mission.
Capricorn Space Pty Ltd
Capricorn Space is building infrastructure in Australia to service the global SmallSat industry by providing Ground Segment as a Service. Our sites in the east and west of Australia are ideally suited to support a wide range of LEO, MEO and GEO missions. To accommodate our client’s needs we offer Retail, Landlord and Hybrid service models (Retail – 2 x 5m S/X Band antennas available for per pass access; Landlord – antenna pads available to bring your own antenna and; Hybrid – our antenna with your indoor equipment). Think of us as your gateway Down Under.
CDA InterCorp has been an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of highly engineered, extremely reliable, Controllable Drive Actuators for technologically advanced control systems for over 40 years. CDA offers seven standard frame sizes of motors from 0.75”-3” (Brushless Permanent Magnet, AC Induction, or DC Stepper motor), nine standard frame sizes of gearheads (0.75”-6”), linear actuation, and velocity/position feedback devices manufactured in Deerfield Beach, Florida.
CEDRAT TECHNOLOGIES is an internationally recognized specialist in Piezo & Magnetic Mechatronic solutions. We offer a wide range of standard products: Amplified Piezoelectric Actuators (APA®), Fast Steering Mirrors & Point Ahead Mechanisms (FSM, PAM), Preloaded Piezo Actuators (PPA), XY piezo stages, piezo motors, Fast piezo shutters, magnetic actuators, the associated electronics as well as customized products. We have a strong experience (+20 years Heritage) in developing rugged OEM solutions for the most demanding applications (Line of sight stabilization, micro-scanning, …) in the Space Industry.
Chris “Trey” Pappas III
SOFTWARE DEFINED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS OUT-OF-THE-BOX
CesiumAstro builds high-throughput, plug-and-play phased array communication payloads for space and airborne platforms. Cesium’s full-stack, multi-mission hardware and software products enable a diverse range of commercial and defense objectives.
Full-system engineering design is at the heart of every Cesium product. We deliver high-performance solutions under rapid development timelines with a combination of:
• Adaptable, software-defined modules with multi-mission utility.
• “Plug-and-play” design that lowers the cost of integration.
• Modern, rugged electronic components.
• A rigorous “test like you fly” philosophy.
• A commercial-like industrialization approach.
Cobham Advanced Electric Solutions
Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions provides a number of mission-critical and specialized solutions for harsh environments - on land, at sea, in the air, and in space. These solutions include RF, microwave and millimeter wave microelectronic technologies. Our product portfolio is uniquely designed to solve our customers’ design challenges including:
• Antennas and apertures
• Transmit/receive modules
• Digital receivers and exciters
• Frequency converters, synthesizers and pre-selectors
• Switch matrices
• Integrated microwave assemblies
• Rotary joints and motion control solutions
Cobham Mission Systems
Cobham is committed to revolutionizing small satellite propulsion technology in order to meet the unique challenges of space. We creatively combine our strengths in pneumatic valve design and our extensive pressure vessel product line to offer next generation fully integrated propulsion feed systems. Our feed systems maximize payload opportunity by optimizing weight and envelope. We understand the challenges facing small satellites and are ready to be the vital propulsion partner you need to achieve success.
Please see the links to learn about Cobham's Valve-in-Tank Assembly feed system and our already qualified Electric Propulsion Xenon Regulator.
Cobham Semiconductor Solutions
Cobham will display products from Cobham Semiconductor Solutions, who is a supplier of integrated circuits and custom circuit card assemblies. Cobham supplies a broad range of standard products for HiRel applications, along with RadHard-by-Design ASICs. Cobham offers Circuit Card Assembly capabilities, which consists of full assembly, test and coat in a high mix/low to medium volume operation. Cobham RAD offers radiation testing services along with HiRel offerings such as A-to-D Converters.
Cognitive Space, Inc.
Guy de Carufel
Cognitive Space is a software company developing cutting edge AI-driven automation systems for the satellite industry with headquarters in Houston Texas. Our flagship product is the CNTIENT-SC3™ solution, which provides a cloud-based API to automate satellite mission planning and link management. We tailor our system for the specific needs of a satellite operator to offer the most flexible solution possible. Our machine learning approach provides a scalable solution to make effective use of satellite time with unprecedented responsiveness. Our technology has been validated through direct use by the Air Force.
Collins Aerospace - Silicon Sensing Systems Ltd
Silicon Sensing Systems Ltd is jointly owned by Collins Aerospace, and Sumitomo Precision Products, the company was formed in 1999. The two companies each bring an equal strength to the joint venture.
The company manufactures MEMS inertial sensors in their MEMS foundry and Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) in their state of the art manufacturing and calibration facility.
Collins Aerospace can trace its heritage in gyroscopes and inertial sensors back to the Sperry Gyroscope Company which was founded in 1913, giving this half of the venture a great depth of expertise in the field of complex inertial systems and their deployment in real-world applications. Sumitomo Precision Products, based in Amagasaki, Japan, bring a unique expertise in the field of silicon MEMS fabrication.
Colorado Space Coalition
Colorado Space Coalition
The Colorado Space Coalition (CSC) works to make Colorado a center of excellence for space. Coalition members - including aerospace companies, academic organizations, research institutions, and economic development groups - promote Colorado’s significant aerospace assets nationally, as well as advance legislation vital to industry growth and success. The Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade is a financial contributor to the CSC’s marketing initiatives.
With the nation’s second-largest space economy, close to 500 space-related companies, and a highly dynamic atmosphere for business growth, Colorado is home to a thriving small satellite industry. Learn more about what makes Colorado a hub for small satellite technology and innovation at: www.spacecolorado.org.
Comat is one of the leading equipment manufacturers in Europe. Founded in 1977, Comat has a highly experienced staff, which has developed products for small satellites. They are low-cost, qualified and highly reliable products that allow a wide range of missions for university, commercial and government applications.
- Electric Propulsion: Plasma Jet Pack Technology. “Green” metal propellant, power modular from 0 to 30 W, ultra-precise pointing, de-orbitation (end of life).
- Reactions Wheels: The latest Reaction Wheel generation, plug-&-play, radiation proof, with a long life time, safeguarded electronics, and a very compact design. For satellite from 20 kg to 60 kg.
- Deployable Antenna: Innovative deployable antenna for Small Satellite applications: Satellite RF payloads, Satellite TT&C. Excellent reliability, very low mass, ultra-compact in stowed configuration, high deployment ratio, scalable and customizable design: adaptable frequency and beam widths.
Our products offer plug-and-play technology, and we provide follow-up and after-sales service to our customers around the world.
Comtech Mission-Critical Technologies
Comtech Command & Control Technologies, Space and Component Technology Group, is a specialist in affordable high precision LEO/MEO tracking antennas for remote sensing, earth observation, and communication satellites, Comtech is a full service provider of integrated ground station equipment and services for satellite and launch vehicle telemetry, tracking and command. Comtech offers the industry’s largest family of durable, low maintenance, full motion X/Y pedestal antennas that are optimized for LEO/MEO missions, eliminating keyholes at zenith, cable wrap, and backlash. Comtech also provides complete engineering services for all ground station related operations, specializing in launch support, range safety, satellite TT&C, and communication systems. With more than 40 years in the industry, Comtech is devoted to providing customers with the most cost-effective approach that will ensure mission success even under the most difficult conditions. Comtech prides itself in its ability to match every customer’s requirements while still providing low-cost, reliable solutions.
Cornell Technical Services, LLC
Cornell Technical Services, LLC (CTS) provides support for proposal evaluations, assessments, and studies of programs and missions for NASA’s Science Office for Mission Assessments (SOMA) at the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. The program provides support to NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in evaluating new and innovative approaches for missions intended to help answer the big questions in Earth and Space science.
CTS is continuously seeking individuals as with significant hands-on experience in the design, development and operation of spacecraft and instruments relevant to NASA’s scientific mission.
CTS’s subject matter experts need not be local to the program office near NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton VA. The work is performed remotely with travel occurring periodically during the assignment to bring the geographically distributed teams together to finalize results.
Headquartered in Columbia, MD., CTS provides the Federal government a variety of technical and professional services. CTS employs approximately 130 people nationwide and is principally engaged in providing program and project management, acquisition management, financial management and systems engineering and technical assistance (SETA) support to both Civil and Intelligence Agencies.
CRP USA produces components utilizing Windform materials and Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) for Aerospace and Motorsports applications. Windform is a reinforced plastic material produced via Laser Sintering and has passed out gas testing per NASA screening. CRP USA has space flight heritage for Windform XT 2.0 and Windform LX 2.0, most recently launched on the KySat II CubeSat.
Founded in 1996, Crystal Instruments (CI) is a leading manufacturer of dynamic measurement, modal analysis software, signal analysis, and vibration testing equipment. Crystal Instruments is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, the center of Silicon Valley. Currently, CI products are distributed in over 40 countries around the world.
Crystal Instruments founders James Zhuge Ph.D and Justin Tang previously founded Dactron, which established industry benchmarks with innovative technology. Zhuge and Tang continue leading innovation with Crystal Instruments today, driving the development of the most technologically advanced data acquisition and vibration control products available in the market.
CU Aerospace is engaged in bringing innovative aerospace technologies to maturity and market. Additionally, CU Aerospace offers engineering services that draw upon a diverse range of experience and capability developed over our 20-year history. In addition to our core areas of expertise (spacecraft propulsion/software, micro-and-nano-satellite systems, high energy lasers, modeling and simulation, advanced materials), we have successfully tackled problems in plasma/discharge engineering, robotics, control systems, diode lasers, fuel cell technology, and software toolbox development, among other technologies. Our close association with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign provides us access to a diverse pool of talented individuals, state-of-the-art laboratories, equipment and services. Overall, the depth and breadth of multidisciplinary knowledge at CU Aerospace enables us to solve complex engineering problems in the most cost-effective and time-expedient manner.
CubeSpace is an aerospace company that specializes in small satellite Attitude Determination and Control Systems (ADCS). We offer modular, low-power ADCS components with class leading performance. Components are designed to be compatible with almost all commercially available CubeSat suppliers.
We help each customer to evaluate their ADCS needs, choose the correct hardware solution, and tailor this solution to correctly integrate into their satellite. Our service is personalized, and we strive to help each customer find the balance between powerful ADCS performance, and simple and robust operations.
Our team consists of highly qualified Aerospace engineers that all have post-graduate degrees focused on satellite control systems. Our company has delivered ADCS systems for over 40 different small satellites. Collectively we have, together with our senior staff, over 50 years of experience with satellite ADCS. For more information, please visit our website at www.cubespace.co.za or mail mailto:email@example.com.
At Cubic Nuvotronics we bring size, weight, performance & power advantages to the RF and mmWave arena. Well suited for space flight applications, our patented PolyStrata® technology also adds value to aerospace, ground radio, and commercial network communications. US located. AS9100D certified. Contact us to design and produce your solution today.
D-Orbit is a New Space company with solutions covering the entire lifecycle of a space mission, including mission analysis and design, engineering, manufacturing, integration, testing, launch, mission control, and end-of-life decommissioning.
The company’s competitive advantage is the versatility of its launch and deployment services that can be tailored to the customer’s needs, from the launch procurement of a single spacecraft using standard deployment strategies to the precise deployment of a full constellation with ION Satellite Carrier, a satellite dispenser developed and operated by D-Orbit.
ION Satellite Carrier can host any combination of CubeSats with a total volume of up to 48U and release them individually into distinct orbital slots, enabling deployment schemes previously unavailable to spacecraft with no independent propulsion.
Committed to pursuing business models that are profitable, friendly for the environment, and socially beneficial, D-Orbit is the first certified B-Corp space company in the world.
Headquartered in Como, Italy, D-Orbit has subsidiaries in Lisbon, Portugal, Harwell, UK, and Washington DC, USA.
Dawn Aerospace – Your near space transportation company.
We deliver, position and return things from space.
Our non-toxic, high performance chemical propulsion systems give unprecedented mobility to smallsats from 3U – 200kg. Our systems are ideal for rapid, precise orbit insertion, constellation maintenance and EOL de-orbiting. This is achieved with minimal power requirements and near instantaneous manoeuvres. Dawn propulsion gets your satellite to where it needs to be, to do the job it was meant to do.
Dawn is also developing ultra-reusable and responsive launch capability with our two stage spaceplanes. Suborbital flights will start in 2021 to >100km altitude. Capable of multiple flights per day at low cost, it is ideal for earth observation, research or testing hardware before going orbital.
Come talk to us about your needs at table 32T or check out dawnaerospace.com.
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Delphi Precision Imaging
Improve Mission Assurance with our advanced Industrial CT & X-Ray services, which is very economical for the small satellite market. Non-destructive imaging of internal features of prototypes and production parts saves time in product development and failure investigations. CAD-to-part analysis and tolerance verification improves quality control and prevents costly defects. Delphi Precision Imaging is experienced in working with additively manufactured spacecraft parts in a variety of metals including Titanium and Inconel. Our advanced analysis services quantify critical internal features, affirms internal passages are clear, and maps porosity and voiding. Our multiple X-Ray energy sources allow us to achieve high-resolution scans of complex satellite circuit boards, valves, nozzles, tanks actuators, wire harnesses, and even fully assembled small satellites. Verify your project and its components are 100% flight-worthy, with non-destructive internal imaging.
Deployable Space Systems, Inc. (DSS)
Deployable Space Systems, Inc. (DSS) is a leading supplier of deployable structures and deployable solar arrays for satellites / spacecraft. DSS’s product portfolio include the ROSA, IMBA, Aladdin, Rigid-Panel, and FACT solar array technologies, a multitude of elastically and articulated deployable structures/booms, and a variety mission-enabling mechanisms for space applications.
DEWESoft, the next evolution in data acquisition instrumentation, offers a full suite of hardware for in-vehicle and lab data acquisition applications. Scalable from four to thousands of channels our instruments are available as small USB and EtherCat devices, stand-alone battery-powered systems, rack-mounted configurations, and ruggedized field-ready solutions. Powered by the latest DEWESoft X software, we acquire and control many multi-domain test sets that include analog in/out, digital in/out, video, CAN, FlexRay, XCP, GPS, and much more. DEWESoft hardware and software are used around the world in a variety of fields ranging from auto manufacturers and construction equipment, to aeronautical development and telemetry. For more information about DEWESoft please visit us at www.DEWESoft.com
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DHV Technology is a Spanish company focused on solar panels for small satellites. DHV Technology designs and manufactures fully custom solar panels on PCB substrate or aluminum honeycomb substrate (CFRP), body mounted or deployable, integrated sensors or other elements as well upon customer requirements. They do have long expertise on photovoltaic technology. DHV Technology has manufactured the solar panels for the Italian satellite UNISAT-6 that was launched from Yasni (Russia) on June 19th 2014. The solar panels are working currently under nominal conditions according to the telemetry installed on the Satellite. DHV Technology has signed a contract with G.A.U.S.S. Srl to supply the solar panels of UNISAT-7 that will be launched early in 2017. DHV Technology has developed more than 10 projects for 1U, 2U, 3U and PocketQubes. They are very competitive in Price and very serious in Quality and Deliveries and they are also an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified company.
DSI Aerospace Technology GmbH
DSI Aerospace Technologie GmbH (DSI-AS) is a SME located in Bremen, Germany which provides high-speed electronics for airborne and space applications. The fields of activity are dedicated to the engineering and development of solutions for computers, information technologies, control systems and advanced communication systems. DSI-AS is specialized in designing digital systems, which provide significant resource requirement savings in terms of power consumption, mass and volume. At the same time, our integrated approach provides significant increases in processing power and reliability due to the usage of the newest qualified FPGAs and ASICs. With more than 45 failure-free years in orbit, our equipment provides the appropriate reliability at a fair price. We design and develop your electronic equipment - as either a turnkey solution or using a cooperative development approach.
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DUNMORE Aerospace engineers films, foils and fabrics for aircraft and spacecraft applications.
Over the past 30 years, we have built a reputation for excellence in multi-layer insulation films, tapes and electrostatic dissipative films.
Our products are qualified on over 100 specifications covering commercial, defense, military, space, and space station program applications, appearing in some of the most famous NASA and ESA missions in aerospace history.
As a customer and a partner, you can expect remarkable reliability, responsive customer service, flexible support and advanced technical expertise. Whether you need us to design a new custom product from scratch or help you solve an unexpected challenge...
At DUNMORE, we stand ready to go...
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Dytran Instruments, Inc.
Founded in 1980, Dytran Instruments, Inc. is a leading designer and manufacturer of piezoelectric and MEMS sensors and has been serving the test and measurement community with innovative products and outstanding customer service for forty years. Their expansive product line includes piezoelectric and MEMS accelerometers, piezoelectric force and pressure sensors, impulse hammers, cable assemblies and support electronics. Dytran sensors serve both commercial and military markets and can be found in a myriad of applications including modal analysis, structural dynamics, Environmental Stress Screening (ESS), and flight test applications. Dytran's headquarters is home to a 40,000 square foot, AS9100 and ISO9001:2008 certified manufacturing facility, and incorporates the use of state-of-the-art equipment, manufacturing amenities and product testing facilities to ensure high throughput and high-quality end products. This includes a full in-house CNC machine shop operating in three shifts, an extensive engineering laboratory and dedicated service area.
For more than 60 years — since the earliest days of the space program — EaglePicher Technologies has supplied batteries to the satellite market. Our long-lasting, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries have been credited with the success of many space programs from Mars land rovers to deep space exploration to keeping satellites orbiting the Earth for years.
Ecliptic Enterprises Corporation
Ecliptic is a space avionics, sensor systems and space systems integration company with a strong customer base in commercial, civil and defense markets. Our products are used onboard rockets, spacecraft and space platforms to control and manage event sequencing, data collection and handling and mechanical actuations for primary and secondary payloads, and have accumulated over 150 mission successes with no known system failures. Typical applications include interfacing with and controlling science instruments, various video and imaging sensors, technology-demonstration payloads, hosted payloads, and CubeSat and smallsat carrier/deployer/separation systems. More advanced systems support various rendezvous, proximity operations, in-orbit fabrication and in-orbit servicing objectives. Ecliptic also serves as lead systems integrator and/or key partner for CubeSat and smallsat projects (at spacecraft-level and payload-level) heading to LEO, MEO, GEO, cis-lunar regions and the lunar surface. We are currently active on multiple teams defining upcoming cis-lunar and lunar missions, both robotic and crewed.
We engineer and build exceptional NanoSat modules and buses. Our Shared Satellite Service is the easiest way to fly and operate your payload in orbit. We are eager to meet you and discuss in detail your vision and requirements.
EnerSys - ABSL Space Products
EnerSys, the global leader in stored energy solutions, designs, manufactures, and tests lead-acid, NiCd, lithium-ion, lithium-primary reserve, and thermal batteries for aerospace and defense. We provide innovative stored energy solutions for Commercial, Civilian and Military applications including terrestrial vehicles, aircraft, submarines, medical devices, communications systems, satellites, launch vehicles, human-rated systems, and smart weapons.
ENPULSION was founded in 2016 as product spin-out of FOTEC, the research subsidiary of the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Austria, to produce and commercialize the Field-Emission Electric Propulsion (FEEP) technology for the global market. This technology is based on more than 15 years of research and development work in cooperation with the European Space Agency (ESA).
In its own semi-automated production facility, ENPULSION is manufacturing the IFM Nano Thrusters – a compact, scalable, and modular electric propulsion system with commodity pricing as well as ultra-short lead times. The IFM Nano Thruster is used as a compact pre-qualified building block in order to provide customized propulsion solutions for nano- and microsatellites. By clustering the IFM Nano modules the scaled version – the IFM Micro Thruster – can be created to target small and medium size space crafts as well.
ENPULSION propulsion systems and associated services are provided to customers on a global scale.
Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense
Ensign Bickford Aerospace & Defense (EBAD) delivers mission-critical solutions for missiles, launch vehicles, satellites (separation and dispensing), and manned spacecraft.
Honeybee Robotics provides the space, defense, energy and mining industries with innovations in motion-control motors and sensors, solar array drives and pointing gimbals, control electronics and complete robotics.
Exolaunch (HQ Berlin, Germany) is a leading launch services and separation systems provider offering regular access to space for small satellites of all types. Its flight heritage includes the successful deployment of nearly 100 multinational small satellites into orbit in cooperation with launch vehicle providers worldwide. This year alone Exolaunch is arranging the rides to space for 50 more small satellites on a wide range of launch vehicles, including Falcon 9, Soyuz-2 and PSLV.
The company also designs and manufactures in Germany flight-proven separation systems: the next-generation CarboNIX shock-free separation systems for microsatellites, 12U/16U EXOpod cubesat deployers, EXObox deployment sequencers and ESPA ring multi-port adapters to deliver the best-in class integration services and deployment into orbit for your satellite.
Exolaunch’s solutions are widely adopted by the new space industry leaders, world’s most ambitious startups, research institutions and space agencies. Get on board!
For more information, visit: http://www.exolaunch.com/
ExoTerra Resource, LLC
ExoTerra specializes in solar electric propulsion systems for micro-satellites. Our Halo Micro-Hall Effect Thruster meets rideshare restrictions and fits within 1/4U of volume. In addition, our deployable solar array provides nearly 300 W of power at BOL to a 6U CubeSat. Our SEP module integrates with our 6U & 12U EPIC CubeSat bus to provide 1-4 km/s of dV for orbit raising, inclination change, orbit maintenance, injection, or deorbit. Beyond SEP, ExoTerra is developing micro-ISRU systems for refueling spacecraft at distant moons, asteroids & comets.
Exotrail is a company designing transportation solutions for space. We are providing high-thrust scalable electric propulsion systems and mission design, optimization and operation software for small satellites.
Our mission is to deliver agility to the space industry. We enhance constellations of small satellites by optimizing launch and deployment strategies, improving resolution, coverage, lifespan and overall performance, while also providing sustainable solutions that do not add to existing space debris.
Experior Laboratories Inc.
Experior Laboratories, a Southern California based third party test laboratory, is MIL-STD-790 approved and ISO-17025:2005 accredited and a proud test service supplier of NASA’s Space Launch System and Orion Deep Space Exploration Program.
Experior operates multiple state-of-the-art Unholtz-Dickie electrodynamic shaker systems that can handle the most demanding vibration and shock test specifications for rocket launch applications and other severe profiles.
Shakers used in tandem can provide a combined 50,000 lbf for extreme vibration profiles of large articles. Supported profiles are Sine Sweep, Sine Dwell, Sine Burst, Random, Sine on Random, Random on Random, Windmilling, Gunfire and Cargo Transportation Vibration.
For Pyroshock/SRS Shock requirements that exceed the 5,000 G limit of an electrodynamic shaker, Experior designed a custom Kinetic Impact Pyroshock Simulation system for G levels beyond 30,000 G’s.
Additionally, Experior offers a wide range of climatic, mechanical and materials type testing at its 32,000sft facilities.
Firefly Aerospace is developing a family of launch and in-space vehicles and services that provide industry-leading affordability, convenience and reliability. Firefly’s launch vehicles utilize common technologies, manufacturing infrastructure and launch capabilities, providing LEO launch solutions for up to eight metric tons of payload at the lowest cost/kg in the small to medium lift class. The Firefly Alpha, a one metric ton launch vehicle, is scheduled for its maiden launch in the fall of 2020, with final stage acceptance testing underway. Combined with Firefly’s in-space vehicles, such as the Orbital Transfer Vehicle and Genesis Lander, Firefly provides the space industry with a one-stop shop for missions from LEO to the surface of the Moon or beyond. Headquartered in Cedar Park TX, Firefly has an additional presence in Washington, D.C. Firefly is financed by Noosphere Ventures of Menlo Park, CA.
Flexitech Aerospace designs and manufactures RF communications components for CubeSats, small spacecraft, and ground stations. We provide RF analysis and system design for both satellites and ground stations at RF circuit level and integrated systems. Designs include LNA’s and RF front ends, deployable helical antennas, wideband spirals, patches and many other designs. Our products are currently in orbit on numerous satellites as well as in ground station facilities we have designed and installed. Located in Orlando, FL, close to Kennedy Space Center, our RF engineering lab facility provides design, test and measurement capability from VHF through 40GHz.
Fugro Norway AS
Fugro is the world’s leading, independent provider of geo-intelligence and asset integrity solutions for large constructions, infrastructure and natural resources.
Fugro provides offshore asset management; including worldwide, real-time satellite positioning services.
SpaceStarTM is the next generation technology for the provision of high-accuracy navigation services. SpaceStar allows to obtain sub-decimetre absolute positioning and nanosecond-level timing, on board a LEO satellite and in real-time without additional ground-infrastructure for the satellite operator. SpaceStar is based upon Fugro’s proven Precise Point Positioning (PPP) technique, including multi-constellation and multi-frequency GNSS technology with real-time GNSS orbit/clock corrections delivered via L-band signal from geostationary (GEO) satellites.
General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems
General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) offers custom spacecraft, satellite constellations, and space technologies that can be optimized to suit specific customer requirements. With a history of successful satellite development, operational flight experience, AS9100 certification, and conformance to rigorous quality control standards, we provide the expertise and state-of-the-art production facilities necessary to design, manufacture, test, launch, and manage mission operations from the ground up. We offer a broad portfolio of bus sizes and modular, scalable architectures that can be tailored to a payload provider’s unique mission needs or enable the launch of single or multiple payloads on a single platform.
General Dynamics Mission Systems
General Dynamics Mission Systems provides mission critical solutions to those that lead, serve and protect the world we live in. We are a technology integrator and original equipment manufacturer with deep domain expertise in ground, sea, air, space and cyberspace. Our technology and products are often built into platforms and integrated systems to make them smarter.
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) develops advanced technological solutions and large-scale system prototypes to address the most difficult problems in national security, economic development, and overall human betterment. GTRI is uniquely positioned within the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), a top research university. Many of our experts are recognized internationally in an array of research domains. GTRI’s core research areas include complex and agile systems engineering, sensor design and integration, modeling and simulation, information management and cyber security, and defense technology development. In FY 2019, GTRI had over 2,000 employees and conducted more than $600 million in sponsored research.
Connectors, Cables, Composite Accessories, Braid and Tools. Glenair manufactures a broad range of high-performance cables, connectors, accessories and components for space. From our innovative line of non-pyrotechnic HDRMs to high-reliability assisted separation force connectors to Micro/Nano types, and miniature circular connectors in Mighty Mouse and SuperFly product families. Our composite AmberStrand and ArmorLite EMI Cable Braid has revolutionized weight saving efforts in a variety of launch and satellite applications. Full ranges of Composite Accessories further reduces weight on many legacy programs. High speed signal and fiber connectors, filter connectors and Opto Electronic Media conversion. Our line of SuperNine connectors has all the performance of MIL-DTL-38999 while designing them for your specific application. Outstanding engineering support for all aspects of the design and supply of all components of the wiring system makes Glenair the Go-To Company for all your needs.
Global Space Exchange
Global Space Exchange (GSE) creates opportunity for space industry participants by enlightening and empowering them with unique business and technical knowledge, related tools, and the tailored support necessary to continually evolve, competitively progress, and maintain space industry awareness. GSE services enable the discovery of global space product and service offerings, supply chain solutions, competitive intelligence, partnership opportunities, inform existing and future technical developments, and provide many other analytical insights.
Specifically, GSE provides a membership-based, information platform as a service (IPAAS), publishes an annual global space organization directory, and provides tailored advisory, engineering, and market research services. The company's Industry Explorer platform offers an intuitive way to navigate industry information featuring global product and services, corporate profiles, financial information, partner listings, and more. Organizations can opt to have their free profiles included for increased industry visibility.
GSE was founded on the premise that creating knowledge transparency within the space industry empowers optimal decision making for technology advancement, strategic business development, investment, and responsible policy making to progress human progress in space.
GomSpace is a globally leading manufacturer & supplier of nanosatellite solutions for customers in the academic, government and commercial markets. Our team of approximately 200 employees serve customers in more than 50 countries with a wide range of skills and qualifications – including systems integration, nanosatellite platforms and advanced miniaturised radio technology.
Our mission is clear: “We help teams across the globe achieve their goals in space”. Nanosatellites should be put to work delivering revenue and/or mission critical services for their owners, and we can deliver the - often complex - products and solutions that enable our customers in doing so. Due to our more than 10 years of experience in the field and a strong history of highly successful missions, we can offer our customers a strong set of profound knowledge and competencies within radio technology, nanosatellite platforms, project management and innovation.
For fifty years Haigh-Farr, Inc., a Woman Owned Small Business, has provided Innovative Solutions from Concept to Creation from basic to the most sophisticated antenna systems. Our AS9100 certified entirely captive modeling / simulation analysis, design, manufacturing, and test capabilities enable us to provide the lowest overall costs while assuring your stringent quality and schedule requirements are met. From UHF to Ka-Band solutions our Blade, Button, GPS, Wraparound™, Flexislot™, Omnislot™, Radar Altimeter, Waveguide, Patch, Power Dividers, Quadrature Hybrid, and associated Cables are found in environments from benign to the most extreme. We design and build Test Hat / Couplers as well. Contact us today to see how you can take advantage of our Space, and Airborne heritage for your Telemetry, GPS, Video, Transponder, Data Link, Flight Termination, and Radar Altimetry needs. If an existing solution is not already available we can modify one for a quick lowest overall cost solution.
Headwall Photonics designs and manufactures unique spectral imaging instruments, software, and solutions with unparalleled capabilities to acquire and exploit imaging data across the electromagnetic spectrum. Our hyperspectral imaging technology is used throughout four main markets: remote sensing, machine vision, medical-biotech, and government defense. With over four decades of expertise in managing reflected light technologies, the team at Headwall dedicates themselves to improving our designs and processes for the benefit of communities and organizations around the world. From helping to create ultra-precise food inspection devices to reconnaissance and surveillance technologies for government applications, Headwall Photonics is proud of the positive impact our work has on the global stage.
Hyperion Technologies B.V.
Hyperion Technologies is an independent Dutch space company located in Delft, Netherlands. Having been active since 2013, it specialises in the development of miniaturised, high-performance and smart components for SmallSats as well as satellite platforms for complete missions. This includes both hardware and software. Hyperion offers a full range of sensors for attitude determination, attitude control, integrated ADCS, navigation, payload processing, chemical propulsion and laser communication for SmallSats. A large amount of these components has been co-developed with partner companies; other members of Hyperion’s partner network complement the value chain in the areas of launch, operations and testing. High robustness, reliability and testing are the leading principles. Hyperion follows the philosophy to provide the best-in-class products to its clients worldwide, scratching at the limits of the physically possible within the scope of miniaturisation.
IDEAS Engineering & Technology, LLC
IDEAS Engineering & Technology, LLC (IDEAS-TEK) provides innovative and cost-effective electronic and embedded solutions for mission-critical systems with a focus on the rapidly-growing space market. Our team is working to enable the next generation of high-reliability space platforms by combining our expertise in developing cost-effective, Rad-Hard ASICs, with our ability to apply today’s high-performance commercial electronics in space environments. IDEAS-TEK's core competencies include digital microelectronics, high-performance and high-reliability embedded systems, and computing and sensing systems, while our company track record includes returning clients from across the US aerospace industry and multiple scientific payloads deployed aboard satellites and the International Space Station.
In-Space Missions Limited
In-Space Missions (UK) brings together experience and innovation to grow space businesses. It offers ‘Space as a Managed Service’ through its Faraday orbital service. Faraday is the world’s first commercial service offering long-life, low-cost, hosted-payload flight opportunities.
The turnkey service covers payload development support; integration of the payload into the spacecraft; system testing; licensing; launch; commissioning; on-orbit operations; secure data delivery; and everything in-between. Initially the service is being offered using a cubesat based platform the first of which launched on the failed Rocket Lab Electron in July 2020 leading to a customer re-flight ‘Phoenix’ mission in 2021. This will be followed by several more launches in 2021. A much higher performance (up to 80kg payloads), lower cost-to-the-customer capability is also being developed by an In-Space led team under a European Space Agency programme resulting in a second generation service with satellite launches from early 2022.
Innoflight is a veteran-owned small business offering software-defined compact/ground radios, cryptographic and cyber secure systems and processing, networking and data storage avionics such as compact flight computers, payload interface electronics, network switches/routers, solid-state data recorders. Our core competency is secure Command, Control, Communications and Computers design through innovative implementation of modern Commercial Off-The-Shelf technology in tandem with common standards and protocols that produce modular, high performance, yet low Size Weight and Power (SWaP) systems at competitive prices. Our products are qualified through a rigorous process that includes parts reliability analysis, system level fault tolerance, and radiation risk mitigation. Our customers include the U.S. government and commercial space developers.
Instar Engineering and Consulting, Inc.
Instar Engineering and Consulting (Littleton, Colorado; founded 1993) offers engineering consulting services, R&D, and educational short courses relevant to the space industry. Our expertise spans the fields of mechanical systems engineering, structures, dynamics, fatigue, test engineering, thermal analysis, and mechanical system integration.
Instar has provided engineering and consulting services for over 15 small satellites in the 50 – 180 kg range, including the U. S. Air Force Academy’s FalconSat series. We have steered the design and verification of two rideshare adapters, derived appropriate launch loads and environments, designed force-limited vibration tests for multiple clients, and pioneered a process for eliminating the need for mission-specific coupled loads analysis. We've taught over 250 courses to more than 5,000 engineers and managers at aerospace companies, NASA centers, and other organizations.
IQ Wireless GmbH
IQ wireless GmbH, located in Berlin, Germany, is a well-established business focusing on research and development of procedures, equipment and systems for satellite communication (IQ spacecom) as well as of optical sensors for environmental protection (IQ FireWatch). IQ wireless GmbH has a unique combination of innovation leadership and decades-long experience that make them the perfect partner for their customers.
IQ FireWatch is a unique terrestrial, digital remote surveillance system for the early detection of forest fires.
IQ spacecom comprises high-performance radio communication solutions providing flexible and highly efficient broadband data communication for small satellites, such as CubeSats. The equipment has been qualified for several years of operation in low earth orbit (LEO). Since summer 2019, the powerful XLink X band Transceiver SDR is available making high payload rates possible. Dedicated communication systems can be provided for instance for multi-access satellite solutions, inter satellite links (ISL) or IoT applications.
ISIS – Innovative Solutions In Space is one of the leading companies in the small satellite market. Founded in 2006, ISIS operates globally and serves customers worldwide in accomplishing their space missions and applications.
ISIS specializes in realizing innovative turn-key small satellite missions including launch and operations for in orbit delivery. ISIS designs and delivers small satellite platforms, for single missions and constellations, either standardized or optimized in performance and size tailored to the mission needs. Through ISL, its launch services subsidiary, ISIS launches all sizes of small satellites. In addition to that, the company supports space capability building through training programs, knowledge transfer as well as component sales.
ISIS can offer the right solution for every customer, from subsystem to full mission and constellation building, through its unique and proven approach of full vertical integration which combines design, development, production, testing, launch services and satellite operations into a single organization.
Currently, ISIS employs over 80 specialist employees from 25 different nationalities. Our main offices are in The Netherlands, while we also have an office in South Africa.
Japan Booth is open at #219, FIELDHOUSE for the 34th Annual Small Satellite Conference. This year, Japan Booth proudly presents new space technologies and solutions by about 5 Japanese companies and organizations. We also hold the Japanese Tech Show, the side meeting, in Tuesday Morning, August 4. We will open more detailed information about our technologies, products and services there. Visit Japan Booth and Japanese Tech Show and say “Konnichiwa” to our members to touch core works of Japanese craftsmen and engineers. You would be a witness of Japanese high-quality space technologies, business and services. Japan Booth is conducted by Japan Space Systems.
Japan Space Systems is an organization which contributes to Japanese space industry through developing space systems, remote sensing/GIS data utilization and international cooperation.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
JPL is the leading U.S. center for robotic exploration of the solar system, and has 19 spacecraft and 10 major instruments carrying out planetary, Earth science and space-based astronomy missions.
JHU/Applied Physics Laboratory
The Space Exploration Sector of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) manages, builds and operates NASA missions and conducts research on planetary, space physics, and Earth science. APL has built 70 spacecraft, and nearly 300 instruments, ranging from CubeSats to New Horizons, Dragonfly, and Parker Solar Probe.
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About Kaman Precision Products Measurement Division
Kaman Precision Products Measurement Division is a worldwide leader in the design and production of high-performance, precision non-contact position measuring systems using inductive, Eddy current technology. Recognizing that each customer has specific individual requirements, Kaman consults with customers to help choose the best sensor, conditioning electronics, and calibration for each application. With more than 40 years of experience, our advanced family of high-precision position sensors is used in hundreds of applications in aerospace, automotive, energy, metals production, metalworking industries, and many others.
Part of Kaman Corporation of Bloomfield, Connecticut, we design and manufacture our products at a state of the art production facility that meets AS9100/B and ISO 9001:2000 quality management system requirements.
For more information call 800-552-6267, email mailto:email@example.com or go to www.kamansensors.com.
For more than 25 years, KenCast has been a pioneer in the secure, reliable and efficient delivery of valuable content. KenCast is trusted by Hollywood, the military, news networks, retail businesses, financial institutions and more, to provide fast, secure and ultra-reliable delivery of their most important content via terrestrial, satellite and mobile networks. With over 2,000 networks, we are on every continent, enabling operators, with end-to-end control, to send and stream content globally to an unlimited number of fixed sites and Vehicles-On-The-Move -- planes, trains, ships and cars -- so users can enjoy content anytime anywhere. Learn more at www.kencast.com.
Kimball Electronics has been in the wholesale distribution business for over 90 years. Kimball Electronics was founded in 1921 by Charles A. Kimball, father of Richard A. Kimball, Sr., and grandfather of Richard A. Kimball, Jr. (Kim), who is the owner and President of Kimball Electronics. We entered the Electronics Distribution arena in 1951. Throughout the years, Kimball Electronics has always maintained a strong presence in the electromechanical field. We have an experienced and professional distribution team -- the best in the business!
Kimball Electronics' mission is to be flexible, responsive and dedicated in becoming the company of choice by its customers, employees and suppliers through the promotion of innovative products and process solutions.
Kratos is the leader in advanced solutions across the space ground segment with products and services that manage and optimize satellites, signals, and networks. Kratos solutions are used by some 80% of global satellite operators and support more than 90% of U.S. government space missions.
As the space industry evolves, Kratos’ advanced technologies are addressing the needs on the ground resulting from multi-constellations, HTS satellites, flexible payloads, and other new space architectures, as well protecting communications in an increasingly competitive and contested space environment.
In addition to products for satellite C2, signal processing, and terrestrial network management Kratos is at the forefront of enabling the movement of ground systems to the cloud including digital IF as an on-ramp to the cloud, real-time data transport solutions and multi-domain management. Kratos also operates the world’s most extensive commercial global RF monitoring service providing interference intelligence and Space Situational Awareness information.
KSAT - Kongsberg Satellite Services AS
Kongsberg Satellite Services AS (KSAT) is the leading provider of smallsat ground station services, supporting more than 80% of US commercial smallsats launched in 2018. KSATlite is a small-aperture, low-cost global ground network with standardized and scalable services catering to the specific needs of smallsats. With three interconnected polar ground stations, Tromsø at 69°N, Svalbard at 78°N, and Antarctic TrollSat at 72°S, combined with mid-latitude stations across South Africa, New Zealand, Spain, Chile, and Mauritius, KSAT operates over 170 antennas optimally positioned to support missions in polar, low inclination, and geostationary orbits – and beyond.
KSAT is also a world-leading company for maritime monitoring and surveillance services using data from diverse radar and optical sources. KSAT offers unbiased multi-mission near-real time services providing accurate information to users worldwide in less than 20 minutes.
The unique combination of KSAT ground stations and service offerings is unmatched worldwide. Access your satellite Anywhere – Anytime.
Kubos develops space grade software that enables mission designers to rapidly integrate solutions that meet their space objectives. Kubos has two core products on the market: KubOS, an open-source, integrated flight software framework designed to provide software developers with the infrastructure and tools they need to rapidly integrate mission software; and Major Tom, a mission control tool suite that leverages the power and simplicity of cloud technology to provide flexibility and agility to mission operations.
L3Harris Technologies is an agile global aerospace and defense technology innovator, delivering end-to-end solutions that meet customers’ mission-critical needs. The company provides advanced defense and commercial technologies across air, land, sea, space and cyber domains. L3Harris has approximately $18 billion in annual revenue and 48,000 employees, with customers in more than 100 countries. L3Harris.com
LACO Technologies, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of vacuum and leak testing systems. Driven by innovation, service, and quality, we strive to be the best provider of standard and custom vacuum and leak testing solutions.
Established in 1975, LACO Technologies is located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and serves customers across the United States and internationally. Owned by engineers, LACO is uniquely situated to provide innovative solutions for vacuum and leak testing applications. We work with diverse customer applications and are dedicated to creating the right solution to help our customers achieve their goals.
LASP – Laboratory for Atmospheric Space Physics, University of Colorado Boulder
CU/LASP is a global leader in interdisciplinary research and education in Earth and space science and engineering. Drawing upon its world class facilities, unique geographic location, and the demonstrated leadership of its faculty, staff, and students, CU/LASP is leading the revolution in space exploration, Earth observation, and understanding the coupled Earth-space system. Our capabilities include:
• Earth and Space Sciences
• Aerospace Engineering Systems
• Space Weather
• Space Situational Awareness
• Human and Robotic Exploration
• Spacecraft Design
• Instrument Development
• Small Satellites
• Position, Navigation and Timing
• Unmanned Aerial Systems
• Remote Sensing
• Atmospheric Modeling
• RF and Electromagnetics
• Optics and Photonics
• Space Operations
Leaf Space S.r.l.
Giovanni Pandolfi Bortoletto
Leaf Space develops products and services to simplify the access to space for commercial, scientific and exploratory purposes, by tackling the unmet needs of the microsatellites sector.. We operate and continuously expand a solid and reliable distributed Ground Station infrastructure for a world where Space is for everyone. Our unique concept is focused on building Ground Segment as-a-Service solutions, in order to support our customers with their satellite operations. Our strategy significantly reduces cost and development time for any Smallsat operator who relies on us.
LeoLabs is the world's leading provider of commercial tracking data and analytics services for objects in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). Founded in 2016 as a venture-funded spinout of SRI International in Silicon Valley, LeoLabs builds and operates its own global network of ground-based, phased-array radar systems to track more than 14,000+ objects including satellites and space debris. The company provides curated data analytics and web services enabling safety of flight and situational awareness for satellite operators, government and defense, regulatory agencies, and insurance markets. LeoLabs offers multiple unique commercial services to satellite operators of all sizes, from smallsats and cubesats to the largest constellations. Contact us to learn more about these services including Tracking & Monitoring, Collision Avoidance, and Launch & Early Orbit.
Leybold USA Inc.
As a pioneer of vacuum technology (and the world’s oldest vacuum company), Leybold offers a broad portfolio for general and specific customer applications in the industrial, research and development, and analytical market sectors worldwide. With a workforce around 1,600 people worldwide, Leybold is considered as a leading supplier of vacuum pump technology, cooling technology and accessories for providing vacuum engineering solutions. Our core capabilities center on the development of application- and customer-specific systems for the creation of vacuums and extraction of processing gases.
Libration Systems Management, Inc. (LSM)
LSM provides specialized engineering and technical services to a variety of government and private customers. Our engineering services include: Assembly, Integration, and Testing of satellites and satellite payloads, from Large to CubeSat sized satellites.
LSM has a rapidly growing business fabricating cable-harnesses and circuit boards for spaceflight and ground use. Fabricators are NASA certified. Our cable-harnesses are built to spaceflight standards and have been used for launch support, in space in large and CubeSat satellites. LSM’s fabrication of boards for use in space qualified payloads and satellites. LSM also designs and builds Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) for various application.
We provide specialty scientific/engineering services in modeling and simulation of complex systems. We develop tools for and perform analysis of scientific data. Projects have included modeling and simulation of the non-linear behavior of fiber-amplifiers at high energies, propagation and detection of nuclear EMP signals through the earth’s ionosphere.
LoadPath specializes in the development and delivery of advanced engineered products and services. The company’s core capabilities focus on the design, analysis, testing, and manufacturing of aerospace structural systems and components, particularly those critical to the launch vehicle and satellite community. Our highly technical engineering staff has extensive experience in the design and evaluation of multiple payload adapters, deployable payloads, CubeSat components and launch accommodations, reconfigurable thermal control subsystems, missile structures, and reentry vehicles throughout the complete concept-to-flight development cycle. Additionally, we have exceptional manufacturing capabilities for the development of novel launch vehicle and satellite composite structures. LoadPath is a small business dedicated to developing and maintaining strong customer relationships by consistently exceeding their expectations.
Going to space is just the beginning. It’s what you do when you get there that matters. We build satellites and spacecraft that do amazing things in space for government and commercial customers. Lockheed Martin-built satellites give earlier warning of severe weather, connect troops on the battlefield, and deliver GPS directions to a billion people worldwide. As we look to the future, we’re driving innovations to help our customers do even more in orbit. That’s why we’re designing smarter satellites that operate like smartphones in the sky, with apps that can be updated in orbit so they can adapt as mission needs on the ground change. Your mission is ours. And as that mission evolves, we’ll be ready.
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 110,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.
Loft Orbital's mission is to Make Space Simple for our customers. We fly and operate customer payloads as a service, and we handle the entire satellite mission from end-to-end. We offer low cost and rapid access to space by hosting multiple customer payloads as a rideshare. We work with the leading manufacturers of low cost and high performance microsatellite buses, and we use our in-house developed payload interface and satellite operations software to accommodate our customers' payloads.
M+P International, Inc.
Product designers and test engineers throughout the world trust m+p international for reliable noise and vibration analysis, structural dynamics, vibration and acoustic control. On display will be m+p’s [Jim Churchill] VibControl and Dynamic Signal Analyzer software with VibPilot 24, and VibRunner measurement hardware along with new data acquisition and control Methods for Force Limited Vibration Testing.
M2 Antenna Systems, Inc.
M2 Antenna Systems, Inc. started building high quality satellite communication antennas for a commercial project in 1986. Since then, M2 has excelled in producing innovative, high quality RF products to meet demanding communications needs for the government, military, space and the research and scientific communities. We also produce off-the-shelf products for wireless internet service providers (WiSP’s), commercial two-way service providers, and the mining industry. From high-performance HF Yagis’ and innovative dish feeds, to custom Servo controlled Azimuth and Elevation Tracking systems, M2 produces the finest antennas, positioners and accessories around. All products are computer modeled, optimized and tested at our Fresno, California facility. Our products are made right here in the United States of high quality aluminum and steel. All parts are (CNC) or manually machined by expert machinists who understand that quality counts. Give us a call to get started on your next project.
Made In Space, Inc.
Made In Space, Inc. (MIS) is the industry leader for space manufacturing technologies, delivering next-generation capabilities in orbit to support space exploration objectives and national security priorities. Founded in 2010, MIS was the first commercial company to additively manufacture in space and has continued to develop transformational capabilities in the aerospace industry with over 8 successful spaceflight missions, to-date, and 6 years of spaceflight heritage 3D printing on the International Space Station. With offices in Florida, California, Alabama, and Ohio, MIS is supported by an elite workforce and domestic supplier base to realize the company vision of sustainably building off-Earth manufacturing capabilities to enable the future of space exploration.
Today, MIS is advancing the commercial space economy through its expansive technology portfolio which has expanded across three sectors: satellite manufacturing, low Earth orbit payload development and operations, and deep space exploration solutions. With a focus on advancing space-based capabilities through manufacturing, MIS is combining additive manufacturing with robotic assembly and autonomous quality verification to pioneer a new generation of functional structures built in space.
Materion Corporation manufactures and sells advanced materials.
The company operates through four business units; Performance Alloys and Composites, Advanced Materials, Precision Coatings and Technical Materials. The Performance Alloys and Composites segment provides materials with many products and shapes with excellent stiffness-to-weight ratio. Beryllium, beryllium-aluminum alloys, and Metal Matrix Composites (MMC) are extensively used in optical, structural and electronic housings in the aircraft and satellite markets. The refined microstructure offers a significant benefit when stiffness, strength, and thermal management are key requirements. Precision Coatings segment produces sputter-coated precision thin film coatings and optical filter materials used in space based telescopes and detectors. The Advanced Materials segment creates a wide array of products including thin film deposition materials, electronic packaging products and high purity and specialty materials. The Technical Materials segment creates innovative, custom clad metal solutions for global market leaders. All of our products are engineered materials that improve the world.
Maxar is a trusted partner and innovator in Earth Intelligence and Space Infrastructure. We deliver disruptive value to government and commercial customers to help them monitor, understand and navigate our changing planet; deliver global broadband communications; and explore and advance the use of space. Our unique approach combines decades of deep mission understanding and a proven commercial and defense foundation to deploy solutions and deliver insights with unrivaled speed, scale and cost effectiveness. Maxar’s 4,000 team members in 20 global locations are inspired to harness the potential of space to help our customers create a better world.
The vocation of MECANO ID is the development and manufacturing of mechanical and thermal space subsystems. With a turnover of about $ 10 millions and 75 people, MECANO ID is a pure space player for 25 years.
The unique in-house capabilities in engineering, composite manufacturing, and environmental testing bring high flexibility to its customers. MECANO ID can provide services and expertise as well as prime contracting fully committed to the result.
In the field of Nanosat, the company supports Newspace players, including fabless companies, with space engineering, manufacturing, and testing. MECANO ID also provides EOS, an innovative deployer for 12U to 27U Nanosats.
After 25 years of experience, MECANO ID has developed with its customers strong ties based on respectful human relations, reliability and responsibility in commitments.
With 10 others “Space Enablers”, MECANO ID is part of the NewSpace Factory providing easy access to French Space technology.
With 10 others “Space Enablers”, the company is part of the NewSpace Factory (https://newspace-factory.com), providing simple access to the French Space technology and experience.
The unique in-house capabilities in engineering, composite manufacturing, and environmental testing bring high flexibility to its customers. MECANO ID can provide services and expertise as well as prime contracting fully committed to the result.
In the field of Nanosat, the company designs satellites mechanical and thermal architectures and provides an innovative deployer / dispenser for Nanosat size 12U and up.
After 24 years of experience, MECANO ID has developed with its customers strong ties based on respectful human relations, reliability and responsibility in commitments.
MegaPhase is a leader in the design and manufacture of RF and microwave cable assemblies and passive components from DC to 110 GHz. The Company offers a wide range of products serving commercial telecom, space and Military markets, including air-, ground- and sea-based electronic warfare systems.
MEISEI ELECTRIC CO., LTD. (IHI GROUP) / IHI Aerospace
MEISEI ELECTRIC is provider of components and small satellite systems. Since 1955, MEISEI developed more than 3,000 instruments for rockets, satellites, space probes and space station. MEISEI provides wide range of small satellite components: magnetic torquers, magnetometers, S/X band transmitters, GPS receivers, OBCs, and various bus and mission instruments. MEISEI ELECTRIC is a member of the IHI GROUP, and provides various solutions to small satellite communities with IHI GROUP companies. IHI Aerospace (abbreviated hereafter as IA) is a Japan’s leading company which develops, manufactures, and provides rockets and propulsion hardware in the aerospace field, and has been making great contribution to the progress of Japan’s space development. In the area of small satellites, IA will provide launch services with its new Epsilon S launch vehicles, and orbit control capabilities with Pinot-G propulsion module.
MetaSensing is an Italian-Dutch company focusing on advanced radar technology, which manufactures and operates radar sensors for different remote sensing, mapping, geo-monitoring, defence and space applications.
MetaSensing provides airborne and ground-based radar systems for high-resolution, all-weather, night and day mapping, monitoring and surveillance services with compact radar sensors, applying state-of-the-art Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) techniques.
In late 2017 MetaSensing kicked off its own satellite SAR payload at X band featuring 20 cm resolution and 400 km wide coverage areas.
STARSAR-X will be finalized in 2019 and targets small satellites above 100 kg.
The company’s expertise ranges from antenna design till SAR advanced processing through radar assembly at different frequency bands.
With offices in The Netherlands, Italy and Singapore and a network of business partners in many countries, MetaSensing offers customized radar solutions and fast and reliable pre-sale and after-sales services.
Micro Aerospace Solutions, Inc. (MAS)
Micro Aerospace Solutions, Inc. (MAS) is a small business based on Florida’s space coast. Our goal is to provide low-cost innovative solutions to small satellite challenges. Our expertise includes R&D for small spacecraft attitude detection/control, propulsion systems, sensor systems, command and data handling, embedded systems, avionics integration and electronics. We specialize in low-cost, high performance solutions. In addition to our proven flight heritage in LEO, we’re developing a full software suite for an interplanetary mission using agile software development techniques that minimizes required resources while maintaining quality and NASA NPR 7150.2A compliance. Our team is experienced in NASA processes and regulations, ISO9000 standards, and is Level 2 CMMI compliant. We offer testing capabilities including vibration, thermal-vacuum, and EMI testing. MAS can assist you in system design and analysis during the entire system life cycle from concept to decommissioning.
Microchip Technology Inc.
Microchip Technology Inc. (NASDAQ: MCHP) is a leading provider of microcontroller, analog, FPGA, connectivity and power management semiconductors. Its easy-to-use development tools and comprehensive product portfolio enable customers to create optimal designs which reduce risk while lowering total system cost and time to market. For more information, visit the Microchip website at www.microchip.com.
Microcosm Inc./Scorpius Space Launch Company
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Microcosm is committed to providing low cost access to space and low-cost operations in space.
Our four primary business areas directly support our mission:
• Space Mission Engineering and Architecting
• Low-Cost Small Satellites (NanoEye class)
• Low-Cost Scorpius® Launch Vehicle Family
• Autonomous Guidance, Navigation and Control
• Training professionals in Space Mission Engineering and Reducing Space Mission Cost
Micropac Industries, Inc. manufactures microelectronic and optoelectronic components and modules for the hi-rel industrial, medical, military, aerospace and space markets. Certified to MIL-PRF-19500 and MIL-PRF-38534, Micropac offers both standard and custom products including optocouplers, LEDs and Displays, Proximity and Hall Effect sensors, solid state relays and power controllers, high temperature voltage regulators and multi-chip modules.
Microwave Innovations designs and builds telemetry transmitters, related supporting components, and systems for the Munitions, Aviation, and Space Launch telemetry programs. We have been providing solutions to these programs for over two decades. Some of these missions are the most demanding, and by employing our performance-proven product, your assured success is our success. Whether it be legacy, or state-of-the-art telemetry, or a rapid-development, we can support your mission requirements, large or small.
For more information, please visit; www.mi-telemetry.com, or call us at: (215)-348-9606
Mitsubishi Electric US
Mitsubishi Electric has long supported the advancement of wireless communication networks through the development of its high frequency GaAs, GaN, and Silicon devices. Products manufactured utilizing the latest technology combined with newly developed high-performance materials have kept us in a market leading position. Our range of high frequency devices from 30MHz to 14GHz are contributing to the wireless communications infrastructure that enables smaller, more powerful mobile phones and helping to achieve more reliable satellite communications.
Satellite On-Board Equipment:
Mitsubishi Electric has long manufactured much of its own on-board equipment, both for its own satellites and for overseas customers’ satellites. Supported by over 40 years’ experience and state-of-the-art technologies, we bring high-quality, superior performance products to the global commercial market. Our current products include solar array panels and solar power modules, lithium-ion batteries, structural and heat pipe panels, antennas, SSPAs, LNAs, communication components, and more.
Modular Devices Inc.
Privately held US Corporation, (estab. 1973) is a registered small business with ISO 9001:2008 accreditation, located in Shirley, New York. MDI., specializes in the rapid design, development and manufacture of robust, high reliability DC to DC converters, power supplies, controllers & distribution products for the military, commercial, space and aerospace communities worldwide.
Comprehensive range of in-house engineering and production capabilities allow the company to be exceptionally responsive to its customers’ diverse requirements.
Professional staff optimized for performance to Mil & Space level Quality Assurance and Program Management requirements.
MDI., is uniquely capable of coordinating advanced power conversion technologies with professional management to meet or exceed customer challenges.
MDI, is proud of our long heritage of accomplishment and customer satisfaction. We remain committed to providing our partners with cutting edge solutions, reducing risk, maintaining rigorous quality standards and control, and fostering long lasting relationships built on communication and trust.
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Constellations of satellites are needed for applications such as remote sensing, internet from space or weather observation. However, these constellations require satellites to be deployed to multiple specific orbits. Currently, it is too expensive to use even low-cost reusable rockets to deliver satellites to every orbit.
To solve this problem, Momentus is providing shuttle and hosted payload services for satellites. Large rockets deliver our shuttles loaded with satellites into an initial orbit. Our shuttles then transport these satellites the last mile to their target orbits. Our satellite shuttles are powered by water plasma engines and make deployment of satellites at least two to three times cheaper.
Moog supplies critical components, subsystems and systems for access to and operation in space, including: thrust vector control, flight control actuators, electronic controllers, avionics, payload electronics, fluid control systems, propulsion components, subsystems and systems, spacecraft thrusters, antenna and solar array positioners, vibration isolation and electronic assemblies for satellites. Moog is making significant investments in metal additive manufacturing, avionics, and in-space payload dispensing systems, known as Orbital Maneuvering Vehicles.
Moog has space manufacturing sites in Chatsworth and Mountain View California, Gilbert Arizona, Golden Colorado, Niagara Falls and East Aurora New York and Yokohama Japan.
NanoAvionics is a nanosatellite bus manufacturer and mission integrator currently based in four locations – Columbia (US), Midland (US), Vilnius (Lithuania), and Oxfordshire (UK). Its flagship multi-purpose M6P, M12P and M16P are the first preconfigured nanosatellite buses in the sector, designed to serve emerging commercial space markets. The company’s efforts are focused on enabling critical satellite functions and optimizing their launch, hardware and operation costs - ranging from single missions to constellations. Its core engineering team has implemented over 75 successful satellite missions and commercial projects during the past several years.
Nanoracks LLC, an XO Markets company, is the world’s first commercial space station company with an existing customer base. Today, the company offers low-cost, high-quality solutions to the most pressing needs for satellite deployment, basic and advanced research, and more –in over 30 nations worldwide. Since 2009, Texas-based Nanoracks has truly created new markets and ushered in a new era of in-space-services, dedicated to making space just another place to do business. In 2017, the Company announced their long-term plans via the Nanoracks Space Outpost Program. This program is dedicated to the repurposing of the upper stages of launch vehicles in-space and converting these structures into commercial habitats, both humanly and robotically tended, throughout the solar system.
NASA Ames Research Center Engineering
For over 75 years, NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) has led world-class research and development for technologies used both in space and on Earth. ARC provides NASA with advancements in entry, descent and landing technologies, software and information technology, next-generation aviation advancements, astrobiology, airborne sciences, and leads the agency in small spacecraft program and technology development.
NASA ARC Engineering Directorate supports the full mission life cycle for a variety of spacecraft from concept development, mission design, rapid prototyping, and mission implementation -- including flight hardware development, integration and testing, launch, and mission operations. The Office of the Chief Technologist at NASA ARC focuses on innovation to develop technologies in disciplines of interest to the Agency and the Nation.
NASA ARC Engineering Division and Center Chief Technologist will highlight a variety of ongoing research, technology, and flight projects on display at NASA’s booth.
NASA Ames Strategic Partnerships Office
The NASA Ames Strategic Partnership Office provides Center-level strategic policy and procedural guidance for all domestic, unclassified partnerships matters. NASA engages in partnerships with international, intergovernmental, academic, industrial, and entrepreneurial communities, recognizing them as important contributors of skill and creativity to our missions and for the propagation of our results.
The Technology Transfer Office maintains an extensive portfolio of cutting-edge patents and software. The patents may be licensed for commercial purposes providing benefit to the nation, and much of the software is free for domestic use.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs fund the research, development, and demonstration of innovative technologies that fulfill NASA needs and have significant potential for successful commercialization. By providing opportunities for small businesses and research institutions to partner with NASA, the SBIR program brings conceptualization to realization.
The NASA Advanced Multi-Mission Operations System (AMMOS) products and services are a set of multi-mission operations and data processing capabilities. AMMOS is a low-cost, highly reliable system utilized by a wide variety of missions, including planetary exploration, deep space, earth science, heliophysics, and astrophysics. AMMOS customers include: NASA, ESA, other Government agencies, FFRDCs, industry, and academia.
NASA GSFC/Wallops Flight Facility
NASA Goddard SmallSat Office
Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) is home to the nation’s largest organization of combined scientists and engineers that build spacecraft, instruments, and new technology. It is the only NASA center that can provide in-house science, engineering, and ground system capabilities to support the entire SmallSat mission lifecycle. The GSFC Small Satellite Project Office provides overall project management and support through all stages of a mission, aiming to identify technology gaps and generate more partnerships with members of the SmallSat community. The office also connects the many moving parts of the community and provides end-to-end services to scientists in pursuit of better coordinated mission support, such as working with the Space Communication and Navigation Program (SCAN) to utilize the center’s ground network. In addition, several capabilities are available for SmallSat development partnering opportunities and technology is available for licensing. For more information on partnership and licensing opportunities, contact us at: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
NASA HQ Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD)
The Small Spacecraft Technology program within NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate, expands the ability to execute unique missions through rapid development and demonstration of capabilities for small spacecraft applicable to exploration, science and the commercial space sector. Through targeted development and frequent in space testing, the program:
- Enables execution of missions at much lower cost than previously possible.
- Substantially reduces the time required for development of spacecraft.
- Enables new mission architectures through the use of small spacecraft.
- Expands the reach of small spacecraft to new destinations and challenging new environments.
- Enables the augmentation of existing assets and future missions with supporting small spacecraft.
NASA’s Small Spacecraft Systems Virtual Institute (S3VI) facilitates communications and coordination of small spacecraft activities across NASA. The institute’s main products include the Small Spacecraft Technology State of the Art report and community of practice webinar series.
NASA Kennedy Space Center - Launch Services Program
NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative (CSLI) provides access to space for small satellites developed by the NASA Centers and programs, educational institutions and non-profit organizations. This gives CubeSat developers access to a low-cost pathway to conduct research in the areas of science, exploration, technology development, education or operations. The Launch Services Program (LSP) finds these rides to space for CSLI selected CubeSats by manifesting them on NASA, military, or commercial launch vehicles going to the right orbit in the right timeframe. The complement of CSLI CubeSats on a given flight is referred to as an Educational Launch of Nano-satellite (ELaNa) mission. Once manifested, LSP works with both the CubeSat developer and the launch service provider to ensure that technical, safety, and regulatory requirements are satisfied before launch.
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Marshall makes human space exploration possible in many ways, including complex engineering and manufacturing techniques; advanced and alternative propulsion technologies; developing and testing space systems; and conducting life-enriching scientific research. The Space Systems Engineering Department designs, develops, assembles, integrates, tests and delivers flight, ground, prototype, and development products for human space flight programs, science investigations, and exploration initiatives. Capabilities include flight and ground software, avionics, electrical fabrication, and engineering design across a wide range of projects.
NASA Space Launch System (SLS) Secondary Payloads
NASA is preparing to send CubeSats into deep space in a big way, and the agency’s Space Launch System Secondary Payloads booth will share the details of how. Next year, the first launch of the Space Launch System rocket, Artemis I, will loft NASA’s new Orion crew vehicle and deploy 13 6U CubeSats on a trajectory toward the moon, from which they will perform a wide variety of research, including lunar science, heliophysics, life sciences, and much more. Members of the SLS Secondary Payloads team will share more about SLS, its progress and upcoming first launch; the vehicle’s accommodations for CubeSats and the innovative spacecraft it will be carrying; as well information about opportunities for CubeSats to fly on future missions.
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
The National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) is a joint Intelligence Community-Department of Defense organization that develops, acquires, launches and operates America's overhead intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance architecture. It operates geospatial and signals intelligence satellites and associated communications systems and ground architecture to provide national decision makers, mission partners, intelligence analysts, and warfighters the critical intelligence data they need for national security. The NRO recognizes the value of SmallSats and is leveraging the concept to augment its capabilities and evolve its operations. NRO uses SmallSats to demonstrate new capabilities in space and mature those technologies rapidly and at relatively low cost, with lower risk than that of larger programs. NRO has launched its own SmallSats as pathfinder experiments and technology demonstrations, and has given other organizations' CubeSats a ride to space as auxiliary payloads on NRO launches.
National Technical Systems (NTS)
NTS is the undisputed leader in space and satellite testing. As the world’s top authority in small satellite testing, NTS employs thought leaders who sit on advisory boards, create testing standards, and author technical papers. With the brightest minds in the industry working at NTS, customers gain comfort in knowing that they get access to experts who can help them mitigate risk and ensure launch readiness.
As the pioneers in space testing, NTS has also participated in every major space project since the inception of manned space exploration. With unprecedented experience and expertise—and an expansive network of 28 laboratories across North America—customers are able to use the industry’s ultimate one-stop shop for small satellite testing.
NTS merges its expertise in small satellite testing with complete project transparency, on-time test report deliveries, and open communication to create a remarkable customer experience.
NearSpace Launch Inc.
NearSpace Launch Info
NearSpace Launch Inc. (NSL) has flown 250+ systems in the past five years, with 100% mission success for all commercial and research missions. NSL manufactures and produces ThinSats, CubeSats, Black Boxes, and Globalstar enabled communication systems (EyeStar radios) for a variety of commercial, governmental, and educational applications. NSL was founded following the successful mission of TSAT with Globalstar. The mission proved one could effectively connect 24/7 to an NSL EyeStar radio via the Globalstar constellation. NSL has a heritage of 7 FastBus CubeSats, 150+ EyeStar radios, 60 ThinSat and additional sub-systems all exceling at their respective mission tasks. Partner with us at www.nearspacelaunch.com.
NewSpace Systems (NSS) is a privately-owned, advanced manufacturer of robust spacecraft components and sub-systems with facilities in both South Africa and the United Kingdom. Particularly strong in the area of Attitude Determination and Control Solutions, the NSS team has more than 30+ years of experience in this industry.
Whether offering clients access to flight proven off-the-shelf ADCS products or, working closely with teams to develop custom solutions, the NSS team understands that each mission is unique and strives to enable the mission success of our partners through close collaboration. In this spirit, the NSS team have also supported several partners with extended services such as contract manufacturing and technology commercialisation.
Ultimately, the NSS team are committed to delivering on high-quality solutions and services and do so via our state-of-the-art facilities which comprise of ISO 14644-1 certified cleanrooms and ESA accredited technicians who work according to the rigorous ECSS standards. Furthermore, our Quality Management System is ISO 9001:2015 certified.
NeXolve manufactures and designs high performance polymer materials for aerospace, electronics, and display applications. NeXolve is a leading provider of advanced technology, technical services. The products listed are in current production, but we also have extensive experience in producing new formulations for specific customer applications. Please contact us for more information.
Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace to meet the ever-evolving needs of our customers worldwide. Our 90,000 employees define possible every day using science, technology and engineering to create and deliver advanced systems, products and services.
NovaWurks’ Hyper-Integrated Satlet or HISat technology contains all of the functional capabilities of an autonomous satellite, in a small form factor, allowing the flexibility to conform to the shape or capability requirements of any payload. This biologically inspired technology provides a foundation for building safe, rapid and cost-effective custom spacecraft around any payload. The mass-produced HISat is flexible for a variety of mission purposes – drastically decreasing the time and costs associated with traditional monolithic spacecraft solutions.
NovaWurks' legacy includes SIMPL – a self-funded experiment, the first satellite to be delivered unassembled to the International Space Station, and later assembled and deployed by ISS crew members. PODSat, a DARPA-funded experimental satellite was integrated with and deployed from the SSL-built Hispasat 30W-6. And, eXCITe our most recent DARPA-funded project, and one of the 64 satellites deployed from Spaceflight’s historic SSO-A: SmallSat Express in 2018.
N.P.C. New Production Concept is a dynamic Italian company operating in the aerospace sector through its business unit Spacemind.
The company operates in three main areas for which it can provide products and services:
- Space products for nano satellite platforms:
With a focus on innovation we supply our own produced subsystems to enhance or build your cubesat, such as Structures, solar panels and GSE
moreover also deployment systems and a stand alone plug in ready deorbiting device.
- Space mission design and development:
Our unit capabilities also cover mission design for a wide range of user needs and applications
- High performance ground based tracking solutions:
We offer a family of high performance platforms with features suitable for SSA and SST tracking applications.
The systems are compatible with a wide range of optical instruments, ranging from 300 mm to 1000 mm in diameter
Nye Lubricants, Inc.
Nye Lubricants is a leader in the innovation, formulation and manufacture of synthetic lubricants. It combines its integrity, proven experience and deep technical knowledge to solve its customers’ toughest engineering challenges. Nye’s lubricants add value to products in a wide range of industries and applications.
We are proud to number among our customers the foremost automotive OEM suppliers; the world’s largest aerospace and defense contractors; name-brand appliance and power tool companies; prominent in-vacuum and clean room equipment manufacturers; and leaders in the emerging medical-device and renewable-energy industries.
Oakman Aerospace, Inc
Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) is a woman, veteran-owned small business dedicated to providing cutting-edge products and services related to space systems architectures, spacecraft design and development, and mission payload and data distribution services. As a global provider of space-based solutions, OAI offers complete end-to-end capabilities for a variety of customers, both domestic and international, including commercial, government, and academic institutions. Specializing in Modular Open System Architectures (MOSA), OAI utilizes a unique and tailored approach to the traditional space system development process that reduces cost, schedule, and risk of spacecraft missions, payloads, and applications.
OAI’s featured Advanced Configurable Open-system Research Network (ACORN) is a scalable, reconfigurable end-to-end space system modeling and simulation environment that enables detailed design, development, and test capabilities for any satellite mission. The MOSA-based ACORN architecture is agnostic, such that it can accept any type of component, software and/or hardware, providing both software and hardware-in-the-loop capabilities.
Omnetics Connectors Corp
Omnetics manufactures a complete line of Nano-D, Micro-D and Hybrid connectors, wire harnesses and cable assembly solutions. These Mil –Spec based rugged micro-miniature connector solutions enhance compact circuitry in applications, maintain signal integrity and withstand harsh environments.
Optisys is an antenna design company that specializes in the use of metal additive manufacturing. We design and manufacture highly integrated antenna structures that achieve the lightest weight and smallest volume possible. Reduced size and weight of antennas allow for more payload and greater complexity of antenna solutions. Features such as high frequency, full-duplex, high data-rate communication, and tracking antennas become a possibility for many aerospace applications.
Orbit Communication Systems Inc.
Orbit Communication Systems is a leading global provider of compact ground stations and airborne and maritime satcoms solutions. We help grow both traditional satcoms and New Space, expanding and redefining how we connect. You’ll find Orbit systems on airliners and jet fighters, cruise ships and naval vessels, on rooftops and offshore platforms. We deliver innovative, cost-effective and highly reliable solutions to commercial operators, major armed forces, space agencies and emerging New Space companies.
At the 2019 Small Satellite Conference, Orbit is displaying:
Gaia – LEO/MEO tracking ground stations
Fast, reliable tracking systems with ease of integration and operation. Orbit’s cost-effective ground stations deliver maximum performance with a minimum footprint.
TerraTRx – Compact and efficient TT&C, data and telecommunications ground terminals, optimized for low cost of ownership
TerraTRx supports S, X, Ku and Ka bands for both earth observation and communications services.
Orbit Logic specializes in mission planning, scheduling, and space situational awareness. Orbit Logic's operationally proven software products create better plans faster with fewer resources, more insight, and less risk. Our highly configurable desktop, web, mobile, and onboard software supports analysis and operations for domains including aerial/satellite imaging and space/ground networking.
Orbital Systems LLC, part of CPI SAT
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Orbital Systems LLC, part of Communications & Power Industries, Satcom & Antenna Technologies Division (CPI SAT) is a leading manufacturer of cost-effective Telemetry, Tracking and Control (TT&C) ground station antenna systems used to control and monitor satellites.
Orbital Systems is best known for their highly reliable antenna systems designed for operation in extreme conditions and delivering the lowest total cost of ownership for your satellite tracking applications. Customer focus is a top priority.
Four-month typical delivery of 1.5m to 7.3m full-motion LEO and MEO antenna systems with integrated RF subsystems in Ka-, Ku-, X-, S-, and L -band, single or multi-band configurations including upconverters, downconverters, and HPAs.
To learn more about our best in class satellite tracking antenna systems contact us at mailto:OrbitalSales@cpii.com, or visit our website at www.orbitalsystems.com.
Orbital Transports is a space logistics and orbital infrastructure company that develops advanced space technologies and performs systems engineering for small spacecraft missions. The company provides detailed coordination of the complex operations involving space vehicles, people, facilities, and services required for successful space missions. By leveraging its powerful community of partners, suppliers, and subcontractors, the company delivers space missions from initial concept through to completion. Orbital Transports offers businesses with limited prior experience in space a low-risk and cost-effective opportunity to harness the value of small spacecraft missions. More info at www.orbitaltransports.com.
At PacSci EMC, we have a deep history serving both manned and unmanned space exploration and satellite missions. Our products are used in all phases of space flight beginning with ground-based operations through lift-off/boost, solid rocket booster jettison, payload fairing separation, booster separation, second stage flight, payload separation and flight termination. We have put this expertise to work creating innovative solutions for the NewSpace market. Our SEA™ Network can actuate hundreds of devices on launch vehicles and satellites while taking up very little volume and mass, and using very little power. SEA operates our MAPS™ solid propulsion system, a highly reliable, non-pressurized, “plug and play” propulsion system for use on CubeSats and SmallSats. And MAPS was TRL-9 qualified in 2017. Supporting your mission from launch through deorbit. PacSci EMC. Discover more: https://www.psemc.com/.
PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
PCB Piezotronics supplies accelerometers, microphones, load cells, pressure, torque and force sensors for numerous aerospace and defense applications, including structural, vibration and flight testing of aircraft, vibration, pyroshock, force limited vibration and acoustic stress testing of satellites.
PCB’s measurement expertise for satellites and their components includes four main areas: vibration testing in thermal vacuum conditions, force limited vibration (FLV) testing, pyroshock testing for stage separation and launch induced acoustic stress testing.
Manufacturing operations are certified to AS9100 and ISO 9001, with calibration procedures accredited by A2LA to ISO 17025. Products can be manufactured to meet specific aerospace environmental standards, with program design requirements to meet RTCA-DO-160 and MIL-STD-810.
PCB’s most popular sensors are available for same day shipping with lifetime warranty. 1.800.828.8840 | www.pcb.com
Phase Four, Inc.
Phase Four is a disruptive provider of high performance electric propulsion (EP) solutions for satellites. The company was founded in 2015 to address the demands of next generation satellite constellations and to enable new missions in space. The Phase Four radio frequency thruster (RFT) represents a revolutionary new architecture that realizes lower cost, mass-manufacturability, miniaturized power electronics, and propellant agnosticism over incumbent technologies, without compromising on performance. Learn more at www.phasefour.io.
Pinkmatter is a specialized software company focusing on ground segment and image processing software for satellite missions of various sizes. Pinkmatter’s offerings include M&C systems for antenna and up/downlink control for the smallsat market, specialized deconfliction and acquisition planning software as well as data-handling and image processing software and algorithms for real-time event extraction from satellite imagery.
Our FarEarth suite of software includes monitoring and control, data up/downlink, processing, cataloguing and archiving, both in the cloud as well as on-premise. FarEarth is used by well-known space and remote sensing agencies across Europe, Africa and Asia.
Pinkmatter also offers dedicated antenna hosting space on a large stretch of land at their facilities in South Africa.
Planetary Systems Corporation
Planetary Systems Corporation (PSC) provides lightweight, reliable, and test verified separation systems for the aerospace industry. Products include Motorized Lightband (MLB) for large payloads and Canisterized Satellite Dispensers (CSD) for cubesats. PSC has 100% on-orbit success over 10 years and 40 missions.
SUPERSiC® silicon carbide telescopes, mirrors, and structures for earth observation, star tracking, laser communication, and surveillance applications. Poco Graphite’s chemical vapor conversion (CVC) process for making SUPERSiC silicon carbide allows for highly-optimized and ultra-lightweight assemblies for space flight. The CVC process is also very low cost because large-volume machining is performed on the soft carbon material before gaseous conversion changes it to hard silicon carbide. After conversion, precision machining on critical surfaces ONLY helps to keep costs to a minimum and reduce lead times. Complex, highly optimized design, lightweight, low cost, shorter lead times are all characteristics of POCO’s unique method for making silicon carbide. These crucial advantages complement very well POCO’s long history of making for-flight hardware.
Precious Payload is a friendly digital service that makes sending satellites to space easy. With a tailored project roadmap, clear milestones, and a list of reliable suppliers, even the teams with small or no prior experience of launching payloads to space can manage their own mission within a year. We are creating a place where you can manage your paperwork, organize insurance, and keep track of your mission roadmap — all from one simple, online portal. For the teams that are ready to book a launch, we are connecting them with the launch providers and insurance underwriters to negotiate all necessary issues and sign a launch agreement, all done with the assistance from the Precious Payload team. If you are planning to kick off a space mission of your own, doing research, or simply want to know when the next launch from any part of the world is, use our interactive launch schedule. It is available after simple registration on the website.
Printech Circuit Laboratories Ltd
With over 30 years of flight heritage, PCL are a manufacturer of bespoke circuit based solutions, including design and manufacture of Cubesat antenna. Composite structures, frequency selective surfaces, and all types of traditional printed circuit boards.
Celebrating its 30th year in business, Prototron Circuits is one of the industry leaders and America’s Board Source providing their customers with a wide range of PCB solutions from high technology quick turn printed circuit boards. From HDI/microvias, flex and rigid-flex PCBs, to value-added volume production. Their continued outstanding performance (98%+ quality and delivery) has made them a true preferred source of all companies needing reliable QTA PCBs. Prototron is AS 9100D certified and MIL-PRF-31032 qualified.
Pumpkin is a leading provider of space-proven CubeSat components and technologies. Pumpkin's COTS CubeSat structures, solar panels and solar arrays, C&DH electronics, battery systems and test equipment all form a comprehensive architecture for science, technology, defense and experimental nanosatellite missions. Hundreds of Pumpkin customers world-wide benefit from the most cost-effective, strongest, lightest, most modular, scalable and customizable space-proven bus available.
Since 2003, Pumpkin set the standard for CubeSat electronics, configurable structures, end-user directed customization, and CubeSat integration. Pumpkin end-users benefit from in-stock and on-time delivery, COTS pricing, a wide range of possible configurations, the CubeSat Kit open standard, and comprehensive electronics, software and 3D CAD & modeling support. Pumpkin offers complete solutions from 1U to 6U in size.
Pumpkin understands CubeSats inside and out. Our engineering team is available to assist in configuring your bus and integrating your payload for upcoming nanosat missions. Please drop by to discuss your requirements.
Juan P. Ramos
Through its longstanding ESA and defence heritage, QinetiQ offers the design, build, launch, and operation of complex space infrastructures, ground stations, subsystems, and satellites. The PROBA remote sensing satellites are designed and built at our facilities, where today we deliver entire satellites and major satellite equipment including; on-board computers, remote terminal units, mass memories, space mechanisms, advanced electric propulsion systems, and radio transceivers to enable the most demanding space missions.
QinetiQ supports motivated entrepreneurs to quickly execute their business plans on orbit, by independently researching and developing “best fit” cost-efficient small satellite solutions with a guaranteed lifetime. QinetiQ's capabilities include the provision of safety & security and satellite operations to assure third parties’ missions.
QinetiQ also offers affordable high performance sovereign satellite intelligence systems for commercial and reconnaissance applications, based on our heritage design.
Quartus Engineering specializes in system design & development, simulation & analysis, testing, prototyping and manufacturing of mechanical systems for a wide-range of industries and are experts in simulation-driven engineering. We are a complete engineering solution provider from concept, prototype through low volume or complex production. We design for manufacturability and transition to high volumes with ease with Quartus as your guide. Quartus has depth and broad range of industry and product experience that includes: Civil/Space, Defense, Aircraft/Transportation, Consumer Products, Optics & Photonics and Medical/Life Science. Quartus is focused on game changing applications like remote sensing, metrology, thermal, LiDAR, use of novel materials and other innovative technologies and measurement approaches that span multiple industries and are faced with extreme environments and other complex engineering challenges.
Radiation Test Solutions Inc.
Radiation Test Solutions, Inc. (RTS) specializes in analyzing and testing semiconductor devices and materials for their ability to perform in harsh radiation environments, whether natural or manmade. Along with critical spacecraft analysis and radiation tolerance characterization, we offer versatile and comprehensive electrical, optical, or thermal solutions that enable predictable product performance in our customer’s target environment. RTS is based in Colorado Springs, CO and has the most experienced staff, set of capabilities and specialized test equipment within the industry. RTS also has obtained DLA lab suitability for all MIL-STD 883 and 750 radiation test methods.
RAM Manufacturing Company, specializes in the design and manufacture of complex actuation components, solenoids, and valves, primarily for the aerospace and space industries. Propulsion valves for various space applications (including small sat) represent RAM’s fastest growing product line.
RAM has been in business since 1975, and prides itself on a core competency of exceptional engineering ability to find solutions to critical design requirements. RAM has been designing components for space applications since the late 1970’s, operates a class 10K cleanroom, and does almost all machining, assembly, special processing, cleaning, and testing on-site.
RAM has been producing space actuation components for 40 years, and is currently heavily involved in several new applications for a variety of commercial and military space platforms.
RBC Signals is a global space communications provider serving commercial satellite operators with an improved model for the delivery and processing of data from satellites in orbit. The company’s worldwide network includes both company-owned and partner-owned antennas, capitalizing on the sharing economy model, for best-in-class services offering affordability, flexibility and low latency.
Rincon Research Corporation
As a trusted partner within commercial and government communities, Rincon Research Corporation develops solutions for challenging satellite communications and signal-processing problems. The Rincon Research AstroSDR signal processing system integrates a Xilinx Zynq 7045 FPGA, flash data storage, rad-hard power supplies, Gigabit Ethernet, and a dual-channel RF transceiver in a cubesat-compatible form factor. AstroSDR can be reconfigured on orbit to serve multiple roles: high-bandwidth cross-links, command and telemetry links, store-and-forward RF collection, data compression, and signal processing functions. The AstroSDR has flight heritage on multiple programs, including the DHS Polar Scout Mission. The AstroSDR successfully geolocated emergency locator beacon reference signals from Low Earth Orbit. Rincon Research also has experience with high-precision orbit determination, mission planning, mission operations, and ground systems engineering. We welcome the opportunity to team with others who share our passion for delivering innovative, cost-effective solutions. Find out more at www.rincon.com.
We’re scientists. We’re engineers. We’re gadget lovers, cool-thing inventors. We’re a bunch of people so into space and technology that we eat, sleep, and drink ways we can solve problems for other scientists. We don’t mind shaking up the status quo. What we do is pretty out there; and it’s a kick-ass lot of fun! Roccor was founded in 2011 and is a Colorado-based disruptive military and commercial hardware supplier in the small satellite market. We’re a fast-growing, vibrant, high technology supplier in the aerospace industry. We are committed to win-win business relationships up and down our value chain and to enabling agile product development and delivery. From small satellite antennas, solar arrays, deorbit devices, thermal management, and electrical power systems, our novel designs address cost and performance limitations with the goal to revolutionize spaceflight and military operations. We have contracts with NASA, the U.S. military, and commercial space companies all around the world and have already delivered five spaceflight deployable systems for use on U.S. government orbital programs. Roccor has flown 25 spaceflight deployable systems on a cubesat and ESPA class satellites. For more information, visit www.roccor.com
Rocket Lab is a satellite solutions company and the global leader in dedicated small satellite launch. Founded in 2006, Rocket Lab provides end-to-end mission services, including complete satellite build and launch solutions to make space easy. Since it began launches of the Electron launch vehicle in 2017, Rocket Lab has delivered satellites to orbit for commercial and government partners, including NASA, the U.S. Air Force, DARPA and the National Reconnaissance Office. The satellites built and launched by Rocket Lab enable operations in space debris mitigation, Earth observation, ship and airplane tracking, radio communications, internet from space and more. Headquartered in Long Beach, California, Rocket Lab operates launch sites in Māhia, New Zealand and Wallops Island, Virginia. To learn more, visit www.rocketlabusa.com.
Rohde & Schwarz
The unique challenges of satellite testing require the right tools to ensure your satellite system is tested correctly. Depend on Rohde & Schwarz's leadership in spectrum and network analysis, broadcast test, satellite load test, antenna test, satellite link planning, satellite monitoring, and wide range of signal generators and power meters to meet these challenges. Headquartered in Munich, Germany, the family-owned Rohde & Schwarz technology group has over 85 years of experience in developing, producing, and marketing innovative communications, information and security products for professional users, address many different industry and government-sector market segments. Internationally, it has subsidiaries in more than 70 countries, with regional hubs in America and around the world.
At SAT Plating -- We Plate the Unplateable – including polymers that aren’t traditionally commercialized such as carbon fiber and high-performance PEEK and Ultem® materials. We take an engineering approach to creating precision plating solutions that are scalable and high-quality, all at scale with 90%+ good yield.
Through our robust proprietary suite of Adaptive Plating Technologies™, we enable our clients to expand their approach to product design, material selection and production methodologies. Our technologies and processes can be applied to a broad range of polymers and materials including plastics, films, fibers, membranes, fabrics, ceramics, glass and two-shot injection molded components.
We also successfully process and plate Hybrid and Exotic Materials, such as:
• Glass-filled PEEK, Ultem®, Nylon, among many others
• Carbon Fiber filled PEEK, Ultem®, Nylon, etc.
• Metallic-powder materials mixed with polymers and injection molded
SAT Plating is ISO 9001:2015 Certified; ITAR Compliant & Registered; Family-owned / Veteran- managed.
Satellite Research Centre (SaRC) at Nanyang Technological University
The Satellite Research Centre (SaRC) under the school of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore has a rich heritage of successful space missions ranging from 1U cubesats to 150 kg microsats. To date SaRC have designed, built and operated seven successful satellite missions. SaRC built Singapore’s first satellite, the 100 kg XSAT in 2011. XSAT operations entered its 7th year in 2018.
SaRC is a full cycle space laboratory capable of designing, integrating and testing custom satellite components and spacecraft’s ranging from cubesats to micro-satellites. SaRC also operates UHF, S-Band and X-band ground station and a fully-fledged autonomous mission operations centre. SaRC has more 1200 Square Meters of high tech lab space for spacecraft assembly and testing. SaRC can provide custom solutions for spacecraft and payload development.
NTU is ranked #1 in Asia and # 11 in the World in QS University rankings.
SATLANTIS MICROSATS SL is a Spanish technological SME specialized in developing very high resolution Earth Observation optical payloads for small satellites all over the world, through a combination of knowledge and heritage in Astrophysics, Space, Engineering, and Business.
The company is supported by large companies like EVERIS or Telefónica and is also supported by public Spanish institutions including Industry and Economy Ministry and Basque Government.
SATLANTIS baseline technology is iSIM, the integrated Standard Imager for Microsatellites, a compact and high-resolution imager for Earth Observation applications developed by SATLANTIS. Thanks to its design characteristics, iSIM payloads will be able to record data continuously without the need to stabilize the satellite, and therefore the imager is especially suited for the monitorization of linear structures on the Earth’s surface such as coastlines, pipelines and borders.
SatRevolution is a New Space company based in Wroclaw, Poland, offering complete nanosatellite systems and solutions. Founded in 2016 with the idea to build and launch first Earth-observation constellation in Poland, SatRevolution has recently been co-funded by European Regional Development Fund for the first stage of the constellation.
The company specializes in cubesat and microsat platforms and services with Earth-observation capabilities, with three satellites already in orbit and four dedicated and shared customer platforms on track to launch in 2020.
2021 will see at least two more shared platform missions, open for and aimed at customers and partners that require rapid access to orbit, combined with Earth-observations services and capabilities.
sci_Zone is home to the LinkStar family of radios, a global communications solution for small satellites, and QuickSAT, a satellite design tool AND open flight management system. LinkStar provides global coverage through the Globalstar satellite network, allowing your satellite or high altitude balloon to become a node on the internet. LinkStar provides both TCP/IP and messaging services for about 50% ground coverage in LEO, and downlink messaging services for almost 95% of the Earth depending on the radio and services you select. LinkStar is flexible enough to work with other on board radios. Stop by our booth, where you will see LinkStar in action communicating with our satellite. Also, come by and see the QuickSAT/VMS flight management system in action – which will get you started quickly with your vehicle command and control architecture. And of course, see the power of QuickSAT/Designer, and how it will support your satellite design process.
SEAKR is a leading supplier of advanced, state-of-the art spacecraft electronics, specializing in design and manufacture of highly customized systems including Digital Channelizer/Beamformers, Modems, integrated Software-Defined Radios, High-Performance Payload Processors, Modular Command and Data Handling Systems, Solid State Recorders, and Mod-Mesh®-a Space VPX architecture. With over 30 years of knowledge and experience fielding high-performance space borne electronics for numerous manned and unmanned spacecraft platforms, SEAKR employs proven radiation mitigation techniques that have resulted in “first to fly” experience with numerous commercial devices in many orbits. SEAKR has developed and delivered over 300 spacecraft electronics subsystems with a 100% on orbit success rate. SEAKR’s vast knowledge and deep understanding consistently helps customers achieve mission success and advance business objectives with minimal risk. SEAKR proudly works with aerospace companies, commercial entities, and the government. SEAKR.COM
Hans Richard Petersen
Sensonor designs and manufactures high accuracy ITAR-free tactical grade gyro sensors, gyro modules and IMUs. The STIM210 gyro module and the STIM300 IMU is today in use with a range of spacecrafts including the ISS. Low weight, volume, cost and power consumption combined with high reliability has made the STIM gyro module the preferred solution among many spacecraft designers and manufacturers. Several new constellations and CubeSat system utilize the STIM210 and STIM300. More than 300 units are flying and with a mission times now surpassing 7 years. Sensonor operates its own MEMS wafer fabrication facility for production of gyro sensors and its own assembly and testing facility. Sensonor has developed a space adapted hermetic version of its gyro and IMU, named STIM277H and STIM377H.
Sierra Nevada Corporation
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has more than 30 years of experience
providing spacecraft, satellites, propulsion systems, space technologies and human support system solutions. Based in Louisville, Colorado, SNC's Space
Systems business area focuses on the needs of U.S. government, commercial and international customers. We have been involved in more than 450 successful space missions and have delivered 4,000+ systems, subsystems and components for spacecraft missions throughout the solar system.
Sinclair Interplanetary is a supplier of high quality reaction wheels and star trackers to individual satellites and constellations from 1 kg to 500 kg. To date, 101 spacecraft carrying our equipment have been launched to LEO, GEO, and the moon.
As of April 2020, Sinclair Interplanetary is now a part of Rocket Lab. Our products and team remain the same, but we can now utilize Rocket Lab's massive manufacturing capacity to support large satellite constellations. Sinclair Interplanetary components also form a key part of the Rocket Lab Photon satellite bus.
We will miss talking to you all in person this year, but look forward to virtual conversations.
SolAero Technologies Corp. is the leading provider of high efficiency solar cells, solar panels and composite structural products for satellite and aerospace applications. We provide solar power solutions and precision aerospace structures to the global space markets, encompassing a wide array of applications including civil space exploration, science and earth observation, defense intelligence and communication, and commercial telecommunications industries. Along with our wholly owned subsidiary Alliance Spacesystems, we are the world’s only vertically-integrated, end-to-end supplier of satellite solar arrays. SolAero’s proven flight heritage, high volume production capability and technology position us to service the world’s most demanding satellite applications and making us the clear choice in providing satellite power solutions for Space 2.0. Founded in 1998, SolAero is headquartered in Albuquerque, NM, USA. For more information about SolAero, visit www.SolAeroTech.com.
Southwest Research Institute
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) was founded in 1947 as a non-profit scientific R&D organization to provide services to both industrial and government clients. The Institute provides extraordinary technical capabilities with approximately 3,000 employees and an annual research volume for 2019 of nearly $674 million. SwRI’s Space Systems Directorate has a long and distinguished track record of producing high-quality, high-reliability spacecraft avionics for NASA, DoD, ESA, and commercial space missions. Since the first SC-1 spaceflight computer was produced in 1979, SwRI has developed hardware for more than 70 space flight missions without a single on-orbit failure. The track record of the last four decades is the product of a strong commitment to support for the current and future needs of the space community. SwRI is recognized as a leader in space instrument design and development, command and data handling (C&DH) systems, and mission management.
Space Dynamics Laboratory
Enabling mission success since 1959, the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is a leading university affiliated research center (UARC) and engineering laboratory known for developing innovative solutions for scientific and defense remote sensing challenges. SDL has over 35 years of small satellite experience and offers full lifecycle support, which includes mission planning and development; reliable engineering solutions; fabrication, integration and test; and mission operations. SDL offers expertise in traditional, military grade, and hi-rel systems ranging from 3U to ESPA-class.
SDL’s expertise also includes space, air and ground-based IR, visible, UV, and hyperspectral sensors; concept validation studies and demonstrations; and solutions for all stages of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations – from data acquisition to end-user data exploitation. SDL’s products include a family of miniaturized spacecraft systems and components such as the Digital Imaging Space Camera (DISC), the Pearl CubeSat platform, and other technologies that enable modular spacecraft and constellation architectures.
Space Flight Laboratory (SFL)
Robert E. Zee
SFL develops microspace missions providing bigger returns from smaller satellites at low cost. Small satellites built by SFL consistently push the performance envelope and disrupt the traditional cost paradigm. Satellites are built with advanced power systems, stringent attitude control and high-volume data capacity that are striking relative to the budget. SFL arranges launches globally and maintains a mission control center accessing ground stations worldwide. The pioneering and barrier breaking work of SFL is a key enabler to tomorrow’s cost aggressive satellite constellations.
Space Inventor ApS
Jacob Moelbach Nissen
Space Inventor is a satellite engineering company. The team is set up of some of the most experienced nanosatellite engineers and entrepreneurs in the industry. The team has designed and built satellite components as well as complete satellites and missions since 2002.
At Space Inventor, we define, design, build and test a range of avionics products based on the most stringent reliability requirements in the industry. We do that in order to meet the growing demand for professional, industrialized nanosatellites with a minimum of 5 years life-span.
All Space Inventor modules are hardened by design and formed with micro-satellite performance in mind. The ultra-modular approach allows our reliable modules do be interchangeable between micro- and nanosatellites. That is apparent through the use of stand-alone enclosures with hi-rel connectors. We offer a large range of state-of-the-art standard avionics products and fully integrated satellite missions as well as customization and made-to-order product development.
Space Micro, Inc.
Space Micro Inc., based in San Diego, CA, is an engineering-driven supplier of affordable, high-performance, radiation hardened communications, electro-optics, and digital systems for use in commercial, civil, and military space applications around the world.
Space Micro solutions include Telemetry, Tracking and Command (TT&C) transmitters, mission data transmitters, star trackers, image processors, Command & Data Handling (C&DH) systems and laser communications systems.
For more information, visit www.spacemicro.com or contact Michael Dowd, Vice President of Business Development at (858) 332-0700, extension 122 or via email at mailto:email@example.com.
Space Tech Expo Europe
Space Tech Expo Europe returns to Bremen, Germany on 19-21 November 2019 and the upcoming third edition will host 400 exhibiting companies and 4,500+ industry professional attendees. Focus areas for the 2019 expo include electronic components and systems, test equipment and services, propulsion and launch services, and smallsat manufacturing and applications. Strategically positioned in Central Europe, Bremen – City of Space – is a hub of aerospace excellence. Space Tech Expo Europe is the continent's major dedicated supply-chain and B2B event for manufacturing, design, test and engineering services for spacecraft, subsystems and space-qualified components.
Spaceflight is revolutionizing the business of space transportation through its comprehensive and innovative suite of rideshare launch and mission management services. The company offers state-of-the-art satellite integration capabilities, including flight and ground support hardware, licensing and logistics management, and mission expertise to support each customer's specific mission needs. Spaceflight's diverse portfolio of launch partners across the globe enables the company to offer routine launch options and unprecedented launch flexibility.
Since its founding, Spaceflight has launched more than 300 satellites via 30+ rocket launches, establishing itself as the leading rideshare service provider. Spaceflight is scheduled to execute more than six missions in 2020 across many different launch vehicles, including the Falcon 9, Electron, Vega, SSLV and PSLV. Based in Seattle, Spaceflight has successfully launched hundreds of satellites and is a part of the Mitsui & Co., Ltd. portfolio, operating as an independent, U.S.-based company. For more information, visit http://www.spaceflight.com.
Spacemanic is a small satellite mission integrator focused on delivering innovative and reliable nanosatellite solution, platforms and components. The company is very strong in the field of design, development and testing of fundamental small satellite components, such as an onboard computers, power systems units and solar panels. Products developed by Spacemanic have very good and well documented flight heritage from the cubesat space mission.
Spectrolab, Inc, a Boeing Company
Spectrolab produces the highest efficiency solar cells in the space industry available today.
Spectrolab, Inc, a Boeing Company is the world's longest standing and leading merchant supplier of the Highest-Efficiency Multijunction Solar Cells for the most robust spacecraft power systems. We leverage our 6 decades of space flight experience to provide state-of-the-art solar panel solutions to the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, domestic and global aerospace companies to power the most critical space missions of all sizes. With each of the 4.8 Million solar cells delivered, we continue to prove our commitment to innovation, product quality, program execution and unparalleled customer satisfaction.
STAR-Dundee is an aerospace engineering company focused on spacecraft on-board data-handling and processing technology. The company delivers a comprehensive range of test and development equipment, chip designs and IP cores to the world’s space agencies and international aerospace industry. STAR-Dundee is a world leader in SpaceWire and SpaceFibre technology.
SpaceWire is a spacecraft on-board data-handling network which connects instruments to the mass-memory, data processors and control processors. SpaceWire has some specific characteristics that make it ideal for many space missions: high-speed, low-power, simplicity, relatively low implementation cost, and architectural flexibility.
SpaceFibre is a multi-Gbits/s, on-board network technology for spaceflight applications, which runs over electrical or fibre-optic cables. It complements the capabilities of SpaceWire: improving the data rate by a factor of 10, reducing the cable mass by a factor of two and providing quality of service (QoS) and FDIR capabilities.
STFC - RAL
Space at the UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC)
STFC funds and supports research and operates a network of national laboratories including space hubs at RAL Space and the UK Astronomy and Technology Centre (ATC).
RAL Space carries out world-class space research and technology development with involvement in over 210 instruments on board space missions. Our experts work throughout the lifecycle of space missions. From leading concept studies for future missions; developing bespoke, innovative scientific instrumentation; providing space test and ground-based facilities; operating ground-stations to processing and analysing data.
UK ATC develops space and astronomy instruments. Our expertise in visible and infra-red design, development and deployment on projects including the JWST, HERSCHEL and LISA give us unique capabilities producing new or one-off remote sensing instruments.Our cross-disciplinary experts turn end user requirements into engineering design for practical application. Our cubesat activities include designs for monitoring ocean colour and wildfires, deployable optical systems and high-resolution imagers.
Summit Interconnect, Inc.
Summit Interconnect is a manufacturer of advanced technology printed circuit boards focused on the space and military end markets. Our products are IPC-6012DS compliant and include rigid, flex, rigid-flex and metal-backed PCBs. Our manufacturing services include quick-turn, prototype and volume production. We have experience with a wide range of materials including high speed digital, RF and mixed constructions. Our manufacturing plants are located in Santa Clara, CA; Anaheim, CA and Orange, CA. Our recent combination with Streamline Circuits in Santa Clara, CA provides us with local manufacturing and support in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) is committed to doing space differently and we continually push the boundaries of the possible, exploiting advances in technologies, challenging conventions, and bringing innovative and affordable space exploration to our customers. SSTL delivers complete mission solutions for earth observation, science, navigation, communications, in-orbit debris removal and servicing and beyond Earth infrastructure. Our vertically integrated engineering approach has given us a reputation for delivering to short schedules and within tight budgets. To date we have delivered 70+ satellite missions to our international customers.
Swedish Space Corporation (SSC)
• SSC operates the busiest and fastest growing commercial spaceport on European mainland: Esrange Space Center. Targeting to launch smallsat into orbit by the end of 2021, SSC has recently enlarged its service offer with multiple associated testbed services such as motor-, stage-, reusability-, drop- and launch tests.
• Our Global network is one of the world’s largest commercial satellite ground station network. Its flexible, multi-mission and low-latency capabilities enable optimum access to spacecraft in any orbit. This service is complemented through hosting of antennas at our stations worldwide.
• SSC also supplies a wide range of ground segment software (constellation management and control system, flight dynamics suite, SLE gateway) and operational tools (ranging from ground station scheduling software to telemetry analysis and training). Those have been developed in support of our spacecraft operations teams deployed in all the major satellite operators’ facilities throughout Europe. SSC supports constellations such as Galileo and Copernicus.
T4i is a rocket company born in March 2014 providing innovative propulsion systems for in-space and access to space applications. T4i focuses on MicroSats and SmallSats mobility, taking care of single satellites and constellations correct positioning during their complete mission, from orbit insertion to decommissioning.
T4i provides an innovative cost-effective, robust, complete and flexible Electric Propulsion system, called REGULUS, suitable for Micro and Nano satellite platforms, and chemical propulsion systems (mono- propellant, bi-propellant, hybrid motors) based on highly stabilized hydrogen peroxide. These cover different in-space applications for low-cost satellites as well as small upper stages, micro launchers, sounding rockets and gas generators’ applications.
T4i solutions are the concretization of a vision born more than a decade ago, while T4i’s team was still part of the Research Group of the University of Padua, about the market needs for simple, versatile, customizable and cost-effective propulsion systems.
Teledyne Brown Engineering
Teledyne Brown Engineering provides full-spectrum engineering services, engineered systems, and manufactured products for the harshest environments. Teledyne’s decades-long history of engagement in critical space programs dates back to rocket development and America’s first satellite in the 1950’s.
As part of its latest endeavor, Teledyne Brown Engineering’s Multi-User System for Earth Sensing MUSES was installed on the International Space Station on June 9, 2017. Developed as part of a cooperative agreement with NASA, this platform provides opportunities for imaging, technology demonstration, and space qualification payloads supporting research, scientific studies and humanitarian efforts for government, academic and commercial customers.
MUSES provides a precision-pointing environment for earth-viewing instruments, such as high-resolution digital cameras and hyperspectral imagers. It can accommodate up to four payloads simultaneously and offers the ability to robotically change, upgrade, and service those instruments.
TENDEG provides antennas, precision deployable structures, and mechanical engineering design and analysis services for CubeSat and SmallSat missions. Our Ka-Band antennas provide high gain, wide bandwidths and low side lobes to meet communication and radar needs.
Tethers Unlimited, Inc.
Tethers Unlimited Inc. (TUI) develops transformational technologies to provide revolutionary capability enhancements and dramatic cost savings for space and defense missions. TUI’s technology portfolio includes: the SWIFT® family of software defined radios, which enable SmallSats to perform missions requiring rapid configurability and high data throughput; the HYDROS™ thruster, which enables secondary payloads to launch with inert, unpressurized, non-toxic water propellant and accomplish missions requiring large delta-V and high thrust; the COBRA™ gimbal, which provides high-precision pointing capabilities in a compact form factor; and the Terminator Tape, a lightweight, affordable solution for end-of-mission deorbit.
TI Space Business Development Team
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog integrated circuits (ICs) and embedded processors. For more than 60 years, TI’s expertise in analog and embedded solutions has enabled leading-edge designs for space applications. This broad portfolio of high reliability products meets requirements for long operating-life and mission critical standards. Engineers around the world rely on our system-level knowledge, continuity of supply, world-class support and design resources to support even the most stringent design requirements.
The Hammers Company
When you need reliable flight and ground software to launch your dreams, let our 30+ years of experience and 100+ flight missions support your vision. the Hammers Company, Inc. is a small, woman-owned, software engineering and development company specializing in developing aerospace real-time embedded flight software systems, ground software systems, and simulators. Hammers products fly balloons to CubeSats to large observatories. Known for decades for our real-time embedded control software for NASA missions and commercial satellites, Hammers is co-developer of NASA’s cFE/cFS flight software system, used widely from CubeSats to complex observatories. Hammers Galaxy® ground system performs everything from board-level checkout to spacecraft mission operations. Hammers VirtualSat® spacecraft simulation environment enables detailed, robust design and development of real-time control systems. Hammers engineering and development services support flight hardware development and checkout; data processing and analysis; attitude control analysis and algorithm development; simulations, spacecraft integration and test; mission operations, and more.
Thermal Management Technologies (TMT)
From thermal control to structures and mechanisms, Thermal Management Technologies (TMT) provides exceptional hardware and support services to enable your next challenging space mission. Our recently developed line of standard heat spreading structures enable small missions to get high performance at lower cost. Our energetic small business supports customers with design, analysis, development, and hardware solutions. TMT has extensive experience in solving engineering challenges in some of the most challenging environments and conditions of space. Thermal solutions include small spacecraft structures, radiators, flexible thermal straps, and compact PCM thermal storage units. Custom projects are also welcome and enjoyed. Additionally, TMT produces compact release mechanisms for small spacecraft deployables. The team at TMT is creative and employs the standards of excellence in engineering processes. Contact TMT to see what is new and how we can support your thermal and structural systems.
ThrustMe was created to enable an economically and environmentally sustainable space industry. Our core activity is the development, production and commercialization of intelligent fully-integrated space propulsion systems, for next generation satellites. We also provide scientific instruments, such as electrical and plasma equipment, for ground testing of space hardware. We are a highly qualified and multidisciplinary team with expertise in plasma physics, space propulsion, aerospace engineering, fluid dynamics, thermal management, digital and power electronics, and chemistry.
TriSept Corporation provides effective, and innovative solutions that enable customer success. Founded in 1994, TriSept is a small business that is a seasoned technical and programmatic service provider to government and commercial industries. The TriSept family hand-selects both pioneers and the best new talent from the aerospace, software, and information assurance sectors with competencies necessary to successfully plan and execute the full product lifecycle. TriSept is continually recognized by its customers and teammates for the integrity of their personnel, the level of expertise that they bring to their programs, and excellence in the end-products. TriSept’s core competencies include launch integration, program management and systems engineering, software architecture and development, as well as program information assurance. The company also has unique experience in integrating multiple small satellites and rideshare payloads onto various launch vehicles. TriSept is an agile and efficient solution provider, working as one team with its customers to succeed.
TXMISSION (pronounced ‘Transmission’) is a US and UK-based New Space company that is reinventing smallsat communications. Quest™, our flagship product, is a CubeSat-compatible, radiation-tolerant modem (Software Defined Radio) that supports CCSDS DVB-S2 and DVB-S2X waveforms at up to 1Gbps, along with features such as H.265 hardware-based video compression. All frequency bands from 75MHz to 6GHz are directly supported onboard, with other bands (X, Ku, Ka, etc.) requiring offboard up/down conversion. A fully compatible ground station modem is also available. The SDR can optionally host the flight computer software and supports various payload sensor electrical interfaces and up to 128GB of mass storage, making it the most powerful and versatile smallsat communications solution on the market. MissionSpan™, our network management system, supports the real-time monitoring and control of any number of satellites and links. TXMISSION has created a unique end-to-end ‘all-in-one’ solution that takes care of all your smallsat processing requirements.
Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems Inc.
Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Irvine, California, Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. is an industry leader, delivering optimized, end-to-end nano- and microsatellite solutions. Trusted by civil and defense organizations to achieve timely and economical mission success, Tyvak leverages expertise, low-cost operating infrastructure, and the limitless opportunities of spacecraft miniaturization. For more information, please visit www.Tyvak.com or follow the Company @TyvakNanoSat
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) is the Department of the Navy‘s corporate laboratory, and it reports to the Chief of Naval Research. As the corporate laboratory of the Navy, NRL is the principal in-house component in the Office of Naval Research’s (ONR) effort to meet its science and technology responsibilities. NRL has had a long and fruitful relationship with industry as a collaborator, contractor, and through Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs). NRL values this linkage and continues to develop it. NRL is an important link in the Navy Research, Development, and Acquisition (RD&A) chain. Through NRL, the Navy has direct ties with sources of fundamental ideas in industry and the academic community throughout the world and provides an effective coupling point to the R&D chain for ONR.
VACCO Industries provides a variety of high-performance cold gas, warm gas, and green monopropellant systems for CubeSat and Small Satellite platforms. To date, three of them are on orbit and over twenty flight MiPS have been produced to support AFRL, NRO, NASA, and commercial flight applications, including support for the JPL MarCO CubeSat program. VACCO utilizes its proprietary Chemically Etched Micro Systems (ChEMS™) technology to produce these smart, highly integrated Micro Propulsion Systems (MiPS) specifically designed for CubeSats. In addition, to complete systems, VACCO also provides Xenon and Iodine micro feed systems & valves. Since 1962, VACCO fluid controls have supported many leading satellites, launch vehicles, and interplanetary spacecraft.
Vacuum Volume, LLC
Vacuum Volume (located in the Salt Lake City, UT area) offers the latest vacuum technology and scientific equipment from manufacturing innovators who adhere to the highest standards of quality. We have experienced sales professionals who have expertise in vacuum technology equipment and the many applications requiring vacuum products – including thermal vacuum space simulation testing of satellites and spacecraft instrumentation.
We offer products from the following manufacturers.
Redline Chambers (USA) - Low to high vacuum chambers and systems – including turn-key thermal vacuum (TVAC) testing systems for space simulation.
LOS Vacuum (USA)- UHV and XHV components and chambers including Ti/Al bonded bimetal CF flanges and ISO/KF flanges and fittings.
Allectra (Europe) - Electrical feedthroughs (Sub-D, Coaxial, High Frequency SMA, Thermocouple, Multipin, Power), pressure burst disks, motion feedthroughs, cables/connectors (KAP301 radiation resistant Kapton wire), and viewports
NT-MDT (Europe) - Atomic force microscopes (AFM) and Raman spectroscopy.
Valispace is a browser-based software allowing engineers to collaboratively develop better complex hardware products, including rockets and satellites. It serves as a Single Source of Truth and allows engineers to store and collaborate along the engineering lifecycle, all the way from requirements engineering, through detailed design up to verification and testing.
The Valispace software reduces hardware development costs by >20%, by digitising non-CAD data, using browser-based collaboration and complementary integrations to common engineering tools such as Matlab, Python, AGI’s STK and others. It supports interdisciplinary teams throughout the engineering lifecycle, from requirements management, through detailed design up to automatic verification.
In short: it is Github for Hardware.
Valispace is currently used by companies such as Airbus, ESA, Momentus, Nanoracks, ispace, etc. and has been named in Forbes as one of Germany’s 100 most innovative Start-ups 2018, featured in Wired and TechCrunch and won multiple start-up awards.
VECTRONIC Aerospace GmbH
VECTRONIC Aerospace is a manufacturer of mechanic and electronic subsystems for small satellites, with a domain on attitude determination and control and power control and data handling. The portfolio comprises flight proven components such as star trackers, reaction wheels, and magnet torquer, which have shown their reliability in various space missions. Furthermore, VECTRONIC Aerospace offers customer specific solutions for flight, ground support, and laboratory equipment. The company is located in Berlin, Germany, and was founded in 2000. Since then, many international research institutes and universities have trusted in the products and experience of VECTRONIC Aerospace.
Viasat is a global communications company that believes everyone and everything in the world can be connected. For more than 30 years, Viasat has helped shape how consumers, businesses, governments and militaries around the world communicate. Today, the Company is developing the ultimate global communications network to power high-quality, secure, affordable, fast connections to impact people's lives anywhere they are—on the ground, in the air or at sea. To learn more about Viasat, visit: www.viasat.com, go to Viasat's corporate blog, or follow the Company on social media at: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter or YouTube.
Virgin Orbit’s LauncherOne system is a dedicated, affordable and responsive launch service for commercial and government-built small satellites. LauncherOne rockets are made in the USA in Long Beach, California, and are air-launched from a dedicated 747-400 carrier aircraft capable of operating from many locations in order to best serve each customer’s needs.
VPT Rad is an independent radiation laboratory that provides specialized environments and test solutions for evaluating electronics used in aerospace and nuclear applications.
Our in-house Cobalt 60 irradiators offer total ionizing dose (TID) gamma irradiation, high dose rate TID GC-220, low dose rate broad beam TID, and ELDRS analysis. Further capabilities in electrical test measurements include a TESEC 881 Spektra, an LTX-Credence D-10 test system, ST 5300, and a JDI mix signal high precision test system. VPT Rad runs all dosimetry reports and analysis using a state of the art Bruker Biospin Electron Paramagnetic Resonance dosimetry system.
With commercial laboratory suitability approval from the DLA, we perform testing for Test Method 1019 Conditions A, C, and D, and Test Method 1017 per MIL-STD-750 and MIL-STD-883. In addition, VPT Rad also has obtained DLA lab suit for TM 1080 and can support Single Event Tests (SEE).
We also serve customers outside the U.S. using test methods compliant to ESCC 22900, and low dose rates from 10 to 100 mrad(Si)/s to match our customers' mission requirements. Our turn-key services include test program planning, test execution, results evaluation and full reporting.
Vulcan Wireless, Inc.
A proven partner in Digital Communications, Vulcan Wireless Inc. provides complete turnkey wireless designs for our domestic and international customers. We provide comprehensive, cost effective, engineering services as well as product development. We enable our customers to smoothly transition from marketing concept to mass production. Our customers meet the critical market window by us aggressively supporting their scheduling needs. Vulcan Wireless Inc. is focusing on advanced communications, laser communications and software defined radios for the small satellite and CubeSat applications. Vulcan provides turnkey software defined radios, laser communications, antenna systems, encryption, and ground terminals for small satellite systems. Our designs are capable of operating in harsh space as well as small form factor UAV, UUV and USV applications. We have designs that cover VHF to Ka-Band. Please visit our booth for demonstrations and products that meet your overall needs.
Web Industries, Inc., is one of the largest and most diverse providers of precision converting and outsource manufacturing. We help customers in the Aerospace, Medical, Personal & Home Care, and Industrial markets bridge their capability gaps and accelerate their go-to-market success by leveraging close, trust-based relationships to develop ingenious solutions precisely tailored to their needs. From project inception through commercialization, Web offers creative problem-solving backed by deep technical and operational expertise.
Our Multi-layer Insulation (MLI) blankets provide custom-tailored cryogenic insulation solutions that offer exceptional performance, ease of installation, simplified procurement, and unique affordability. By shielding satellites and rockets from temperature extremes, our MLI solutions protect sensitive equipment and ensure successful space operations. We’re your partner from initial design through installation, and our hands-on assistance ensures your MLI is the smartest solution every step of the way.
Xanfab is an electronics manufacturer specializing in high-end printed circuit board assembly. Built on the passion for intensively listening to our customers and meticulously manufacturing their designs, we are setup to build mission-critical electronics. Both our equipment and expertise uniquely position Xanfab to add value throughout product life cycles, enabling our customers to be agile with their technologies.
Xiphos has provided unique processing solutions for over 23 years for the space station, nanosat, cubesat, and lunar markets in the US, Canada and internationally. Xiphos provides high-performance processing products optimized for size, weight and power, typically integrated into avionics for satellite and unmanned vehicles. At the core of each processor is a hybrid environment of powerful multi-core CPUs and reprogrammable logic, providing enhanced flexibility and consistent, reliable performance. Industrial/automotive-grade components are used in a fault-tolerant architecture for use in space environments, providing robust performance costing a fraction of traditional space-grade solutions. Xiphos processors have been benchmarked favourably against GHz-class commercial processors using “hybridization” of software and logic implementations of computing-intensive algorithms. Four generations of Xiphos products have been flying in space for over 18 years, with customers including most major defence firms and space agencies, numerous major satellite telecommunications and NewSpace companies, and a variety of national governments.
ZARM Technik AG
Holger W. Oelze
ZARM Technik AG was founded in 1997 as a spin-off from the Centre of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity, an institute of the University of Bremen. As the institute successfully contributed to several German Space missions ZARM Technik focused on development and manufacturing of components for satellite attitude control system. Since its founding ZARM Technik became one of the leading manufacturers of magnetotorquers and magnetometers. Components produced for satellites are in use on most European and numerously international spacecrafts as the European Navigation system Galileo, Astro-H, Radarsat or NuStar. ZARM Technik AG is manufacturing for all large system integrators, universities and Space agencies worldwide. By now more than 130 missions have been supplied. A number of these are for more than a decade in orbit as for instance the Grace mission since 2002. Over the last years ZARM Technik AG has received several awards for successful work in different projects.