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Thermal engineering, particularly in the space industry, is the expertise of Nitrexo, a start-up company based in Ireland. The company provides engineering and consultancy services, as well as digital solutions, thermal analysis reports, and various space products, to its clients.
Nitrexo’s competence involves using ESATAN-TMS® for conducting thermal analyses on space systems and sub-systems prior to the implementation of the thermal design. This ensures that the device or product that undergoes analysis and testing will function effectively under certain space conditions.
In addition, the company specializes in payloads, system level, solar panels, mechanisms, instruments, antennas, sensors, mirrors, electronics, optoelectronics devices for satellites, rockets, microelectronic components, and ground support equipment. Clients are also assured of receiving a thermal analysis reports on their projects.
Having completed projects for the European Space Agency and QinetiQ, Nitrexo’s strengths include running tests and verifications, as well as the integration of improvements to various engineering designs and processes.
Nitrexo’s Mission and Vision
Nitrexo believes in democratic ways of doing things to achieve competence and expertise, particularly in the field of space thermal engineering. In this regard, it uses education as an effective platform and tool for enhancing people’s capabilities.
Through its digital solutions, it aims to provide any interested party--whether business entities or individuals--equal access to educational and skills enhancement materials and applications that will help them create and innovate effectively.
Nitrexo guarantees that its training programs are not limited only to the transfer of theoretical knowledge to thermal engineers but that they also teach them how to accurately apply such knowledge in their field of work. Thus, Nitrexo trainings are designed to ensure a delightful user experience.
AAC Clyde Space are Europe’s leading supplier of Command and Data Handling (C&DH) solutions for satellite missions. Our precision solutions support an ever-expanding range of applications, from cutting-edge science to earth observation and the Internet of Things. Designing satellites and space missions is complicated. There are all sorts of things to consider, like how much data will you process, the computing performance needed for your mission, do you need GPS or have large mass memory requirements. Choosing the right solutions for your satellites can be a complex and time-consuming exercise. But AAC Clyde Space can make it a lot easier to choose the right C&DH solutions. Customers can leverage many tens of thousands of engineering hours in development and continuous improvements as an off the shelf solution.
Vizocom is a leading international provider of satellite broadband services, delivering a wide range of integrated broadband satellite solutions to customers worldwide.
Our core mission is to supply satellite broadband Internet access and connectivity to our customers. Having access to an extensive fleet of satellites, Vizocom is one of the world’s most flexible and experienced providers of satellite data and voice connectivity. Our success is founded on offering our customers the most advanced satellite connectivity solutions available with true vendor independence, maintaining the highest standards of technical excellence.
Vizocom specializes in VSAT network design and integration in remote regions throughout the world. Our world class VSAT solutions provide customers with secure and reliable internet, voice, video and data connectivity to remote sites where terrestrial communication technologies cannot reach. Our VSAT services have the capability to offer multiple solutions, satellites and platforms, best suited and tailored to every individual customer requirement. With our experience in engineering the most efficient and cost-effective solution, we provide businesses with a customized solution, maximizing productivity and increasing efficiency.
With Vizocom’s industry-leading support, each of our customers enjoy convenient access to expert technical support based across the world available around the clock. Through our expertise and dedication to provide the best quality, we have helped businesses and organizations to successfully accomplish their business goals with field-proven, professional VSAT technologies backed up with superior support services. We provide robust, secure and reliable platforms that provide cost-effective, professional, enterprise-wide connectivity for virtually any professional data, video or audio application.
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The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) was formed in 1995 by several major US satellite companies as a forum to discuss issues and develop industry-wide positions on shared business, regulatory and policy interests.
SIA grew out of the Satellite Super Skyway Coalition, a voluntary alliance of major satellite players, galvanized into action in early 1993 when the U.S. Government began advancing the idea of a Global Information Infrastructure (GII). The success of the coalition in defining the role of satellites in the GII strengthened ties between major industry players and sowed the seeds for what today is the Satellite Industry Association.
Since that time, SIA has developed into a full service 501(c) (6) trade association representing the commercial satellite industry. SIA has established active working groups involved with a host of policy issues including: regulatory issues (satellite licensing, spectrum allocation and regulatory policy); government services, public safety, export control policy, and international trade issues. SIA is now a recognized focal point for the U.S. satellite industry in Washington, D.C., representing and advocating industry positions with key policy makers on Capitol Hill and with the White House, Federal Communication Commission and most Executive Branch departments and agencies.
SpaceEye-1 is a 300 kg class small satellite system for Earth observation mission, providing 1 m level resolution images which only large satellites have generated so far.
SpaceEye-1 is designed for enabling customers to acquire the state-of-the-art small Earth observation satellite at a fraction of the conventional satellite cost and benefit from low launch cost. Its qualification model is currently under development.
SpaceEye-1 and its companion products, SpaceEye-2 and SpaceEye-10, are proposed by the satellite manufacturer Satrec Initiative.
Dongfanghong (东方红), meaning The East is Red, is a space satellite program for the People's Republic of China.
This program started in 1970. Satellites in this series were placed in either low Earth orbit or geostationary orbit and carried out a variety of purposes: testing, remote sensing, telecommunications, meteorology, and scientific studies. While most Chinese satellites are named as part of the Dongfanghong series, others are singularly named or part of the AsiaSat or Apstar series.
Yuzhnoye Design Bureau, located in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, is a designer of satellites and rockets, and formerly of Soviet intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).
The company is in close co-operation with the Yuzhmash manufacturer company also situated in Dnipropetrovsk. Yuzhmash is the main manufacturer of the models designed by Yuzhnoye Design Bureau.
It is specializing in the design, development and manufacture of high performance spacecraft and satellite systems.
In Russian: ОАО «Информационные спутниковые системы» имени академика М. Ф. Решетнёва; tr.: OAO «Informatsionnye sputnikovye systemy» imeny akademika M. F. Reshetnyova; JSC "Information Satellite Systems" - name after Academician M. F. Reshetnev", in English.
The company was formerly called NPO PM.
Launched on August 10, 1992, TOPEX/Poseidon was a joint satellite mission between NASA, the U.S. space agency, and CNES, the French space agency, to map ocean surface topography. The first major oceanographic research vessel to sail into space, TOPEX/Poseidon helped revolutionize oceanography by proving the value of satellite ocean observations.
The satellite operations ended on January 2006.
Jason-1 was launched in 2001 to continue the on-going measurements of sea surface topography.
MEASAT-3 is a communications satellite operated by the Malaysian company MEASAT Satellite Systems Sdn. Bhd.
It was successfully launched on December 12, 2006, 7.35 am (Malaysian Time, GMT +8.00 HRS) from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
In March 2003, MEASAT Satellite Systems Sdn. Bhd. of Malaysia ordered a Boeing 601HP satellite, giving it the designation MEASAT-3 at that time. MEASAT-3 joined the existing Boeing-built MEASAT-1 and MEASAT-2 spacecraft in the Malaysia-East Asia Satellite (MEASAT) system.
International Launch Services (ILS) was contracted as the launch provider. Boeing was specified to also provide an upgrade to the MEASAT ground facilities in Malaysia, as well as training and launch support services.