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Designing satellites and space missions is complicated. There are all sorts of things to consider, like what are you trying to achieve, how many satellites do you need, what does your payload need to do, how much data do you need to get down, when do you need to downlink and what orbit will the satellites be in. And of course, you will need to power your satellite, ensuring that there is always enough power to run the satellite and its payload, run the on-board computers and operate the radios to download the data. Choosing the right Electrical Power System (EPS) 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 EPS solution.
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.
RUAG Space is a large provider of space technology in Europe. It develops, manufactures and tests subsystems and equipment for satellites and launch vehicles. With divisions located in Switzerland, Sweden and Austria, RUAG Space offers a comprehensive portfolio of products and services for institutional and commercial space missions. RUAG Space is a long lasting partner for satellite and launcher primes worldwide.
RUAG Space is the Space Division of the Swiss technology group RUAG. With seven sites, located in Switzerland (Zurich, Emmen and Nyon), Sweden (Gothenburg, Linköping) and Austria (Vienna, Berndorf), RUAG Space employs around 1,100 people and posted sales of 283 million Swiss Francs in 2010.
RUAG Space is developing and producing a wide range of products for the space industry. See: