The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is an independent agency of the U.S. federal government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and space research. NASA was established in 1958, succeeding the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
Join Orbotic Systems in Long Beach as we exhibit our D3 and discuss upcoming projects. We look forward to meeting you at the world's leading space conference.
"ANSYS is the global leader in engineering simulation. Our software helps the world's most innovative companies solve the most complex design challenges and create products limited only by imagination."
SpaceCom Conference & Exposition is the unrivaled global space event designed for those serious about the immediate and long-term opportunities of space commercialization. Orbotic Systems was a participant in the SpaceCom Entrepreneur Summit of 2020.
Tethers Unlimited, Inc. (TUI) is an American private aerospace company headquartered near Seattle, Washington, which performs research and development of new products and technologies for space, sea, and air.
Founded in 1994 by Robert P. Hoyt and Robert L. Forward, Tethers Unlimited began developing products based on space tether technologies, including concepts for removal of space debris and momentum exchange tethers for launching payloads into higher orbits. TUI has since broadened its suite of technologies to include power, propulsion, actuation, and communications systems for small satellites, robotic technologies for on-orbit fabrication and assembly, optical fiber winding and deployment, software defined radio communications, and 3D printed radiation shielding.
ADVANCED INTEGRATED AUTONOMOUS GUIDANCE & NAVIGATION SYSTEMS |
“Space exploration and technology is at a pivotal moment in history… We aim to provide a comprehensive autonomous navigation system for terrestrial and extraterrestrial applications"
We are the CubeSat development team of Cal Poly, an originator and leader for launches in the CubeSat community. The CubeSat standard was created by California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and Stanford University's Space Systems Development Lab in 1999 to facilitate access to space for university students. Since then the standard has been adopted by hundreds of organizations worldwide. CubeSat developers include not only universities and educational institutions, but also private firms and government organizations. The CubeSat standard facilitates frequent and affordable access to space with launch opportunities available on most launch vehicles.
Very pleased to say that Orbotic Systems and the D3 team were finalist in the Aerospace and Defense category of "Create the Future Design Contest Awards by Tech Briefs." We competed against thousands of talented people from across the globe and hit the mark. Way to go guys!
Aerospace & Defense Review is a global leader in reporting new industry trends and technologies in the aerospace world. Click on the link to read the interview with Erik T. Long and his vision for Orbotic Systems. In addition to the D3, space situational awareness (SSA) is discussed with Erik.
The Euroconsult Group is the leading global strategy consulting and market intelligence firm specialized in the space sector and satellite enabled verticals. Privately owned and fully independent, we have over thirty years of experience providing first-class strategic consulting, developing comprehensive market intelligence programs, organizing executive-level annual summits and training programs for the satellite industry. We accompany private companies and government entities in strategic decision making, providing end-to-end consulting services, from project strategy definition to implementation, bringing data-led perspectives on the most critical issues. We help our clients understand their business environment and provide them with the tools they need to make informed decisions and develop their business.
SCOUT is making space transparent and safer by offering in-space observation data and services. Our SCOUT-Vision systems help SpaceCraft Observe and Understand Things around them: a new paradigm for space safety. Spacecraft are blind. With our SCOUT-Vision payload system, we are giving spacecraft eyes to enable better navigation and avoid threats. Our computer vision and guidance software packages allow a new era of complex autonomy. Our first SCOUT-Vision launched in June 2021 and is currently operating.