Must CubeSats be a pile of circuit boards in a can?No is the answer.
A novel design approach reduces part numbers in the satellite structure allowing for the easiest and most reliable integration procedure with 360° access to internal systems.
Our satellites and sub-systems rely on thorough analysis, design and test to ensure successful operation in space.
Space Inventor re-institutes the reliable engineering proven by decades of space: modules. Proper sub-systems with thermal stability, shielding, emi prevention and mechanical ruggedness compiled into modules that fit existing projects.
These modules have a PC104-friendly hole pattern allowing stacking into existing PC104 satellites. Internally, critical sub-circuits are individually shielded and thermally coupled.
In most miniature satellite systems, many electronic technologies are mixed and cramped into a small space such as a single pcb or a stack of PCBs. This results in unacceptable EMI problems reducing the performance of especially rf and analog systems. Space Inventor’s modules are suitably divided internally such that digital noise and power switching does not radiate into sensitive circuits.
Flexible, reliable interconnection.
Using traditional cable harness has a number of advantages, most notably: signal integrity, reliability, flexibility of design.
A satellite power plant consist of one or more power sources, energy storage and distribution.
Space Inventor has market leading experience in designing and building small space solar panels. Paired with our configurable battery units, this power plant provides the safest and most efficient way of powering a small spacecraft.
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