New Danish satellite firm Gomspace launched on full service platform  

2006.10.26
Gomspace, a new satellite firm spun off from Aalborg University, aims to expand the application opportunities of satellites
A new satellite technology firm, Gomspace, has been established by a group of  electrical engineering graduates from Aalborg University. The newly launched firm aims to expand the application opportunities of satellites. Developments have made it possible to design cheap satellites which are smaller but more advanced than conventional satellites, giving more market segments access to the technology. It takes about 18 months to design and develop a satellite, and it costs around DKK 10 m (USD 1.7 m) including launch.
 
Gomspace targets the satellite market starting from pico-sized satellites up to micro-satellites. The firm offers engineering and consulting services, a range of mission tailored subsystems, and with its partner, Innovative Solutions in Space, it can provide full platforms and missions. The application potential of small satellites includes establishing a safe communication line, data collection for environmental purposes or biological experiments. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.
 
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