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On Saturday, the 34th annual Small Satellite Conference will begin. Due to COVID-19, SmallSat will be held virtually. CSO Jacob M. Nissen will be available online on August 3, 4, and 6. Anyone interested in meeting online with Jacob will be able to join an online session on the said dates from 12-2 PM (MDT). […]
With more room to expand and to work on exciting satellite projects we are very happy with our new home. Space Inventor is now to be found at Skibbrogade 3, 1. tv, 9000 Aalborg. Approximately a week ago, we moved into our new office space which is located no more than 150 meters from our […]
Space Inventor has won a contract with ESA/ESTEC to design and build a flatsat-style test bed with all Space Inventor’s satellite avionics products installed. A flatsat is a large motherboard where satellite avionics modules can be installed and connected as if it was inside a real satellite. Space Inventor’s new flatsat has 12 slots that […]
In collaboration with Aalborg University, our control engineer, Lasse Bromose, and CEO, Karl Kaas, has written a paper regarding a constrained nonlinear model predictive control for CubeSat attitude control.
In February 2019, Space Inventor entered into an agreement with ESA regarding the making of an optical laser communication terminal for micro and nano-satellites. Since the agreement, Space Inventor has developed a detailed design of both the Laser Space terminal and the ground station, which has both a telescope and a receiver. The Laser Space […]
Space Inventor is excited to announce that we are one of six partners to develop a satellite-based maritime IoT network to demonstrate selected maritime/arctic services using VDES. The project, MARIOT (Maritime IoT), aims to increase the safety for ships sailing in the Arctic area by enabling better communication and navigation on board the ships through […]
By the end of next week CSO, Jacob M. Nissen, will be representing Space Inventor at the Global Space and Technology Convention 2020. The convention will take place 6 – 7 February in Grand Hyatt Singapore. During these two days, Jacob M. Nissen will exhibit our products at booth P2. GSTC is Asia’s Premier Space […]
Next week we will attend the Finnish Satellite Workshop 2020 in Helsinki. The workshop takes place 20 -22 January in Dipoli which is part of Aalto University. Søren Pedersen will represent the company during the workshop where he will be exhibiting our products. The Finnish Satellite Workshop is the biggest New Space meeting in Scandinavia. […]
Space Inventor collaborates with Terma and the Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization
Space Inventor and Terma has teamed up with the Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization to kick off a co-financed space project. This will be our very first project with the Danish Defence and it will also increase our valuable working relationship with Terma. We are looking forward to an exciting project!