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ÅAC Microtec and York Space Systems Announce Agreement to Supply Advanced Avionics for Small Spacecraft Platform

Press Releases   •   Aug 08, 2016 10:00 CEST

AAC Microtec & York Space Systems announce an agreement for the supply of advanced command & data handling avionics for York’s S-Class small spacecraft platform. The avionics leverage AAC’s unique design approach with low cost and high reliability. Under the agreement, the electronics will be manufactured by York in the United States; enabling broad reach across US Government & commercial markets.

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Visit us at the Small Satellite Conference

Press Releases   •   Aug 04, 2016 11:08 CEST

ÅAC Microtec receives contract to develop advanced miniaturized motion controller for space rovers and robots

ÅAC Microtec receives contract to develop advanced miniaturized motion controller for space rovers and robots

Press Releases   •   May 16, 2016 05:00 CEST

The European Space Agency ESA has awarded Uppsala-based ÅAC Microtec the contract to develop an advanced miniaturized motion controller for future robotic exploration missions to Mars. The contract for the Miniaturized Motion Controller for Robotic Exploration (MCC-X) is worth EUR 1,950,000. The project will be started immediately and run to the end of 2019.

ÅAC Microtec avionics aboard the first 50 kg microsatellite deployed from the ISS

ÅAC Microtec avionics aboard the first 50 kg microsatellite deployed from the ISS

Press Releases   •   May 11, 2016 15:38 CEST

ÅAC Microtec has supplied a key avionics component for the new Philippine microsatellite Diwata-1, which was launched from Kennedy Space Center to the International Space Station (ISS) on March 23 and successfully deployed into orbit on April 27.

ÅAC Microtec and Spacemetric partner on smart downlinking of Earth observation data

ÅAC Microtec and Spacemetric partner on smart downlinking of Earth observation data

Press Releases   •   Sep 20, 2015 23:00 CEST

ÅAC Microtec and Spacemetric have announced today their partnership on innovative technologies for smart downlinking of satellite Earth observation data. The new Bluestone technology will optimise the downlink of imagery from satellites to ground stations addressing the problem of handling the ever increasing volumes of data generated in space.

ÅAC Microtec and Spacemetric partner on smart downlinking of Earth observation data

ÅAC Microtec and Spacemetric partner on smart downlinking of Earth observation data

Press Releases   •   Sep 20, 2015 20:28 CEST

ÅAC Microtec and Spacemetric have announced today their partnership on innovative technologies for smart downlinking of satellite Earth observation data. The new Bluestone technology will optimise the downlink of imagery from satellites to ground stations addressing the problem of handling the ever increasing volumes of data generated in space.

OHB Sweden and ÅAC Microtec to develop the InnoSat platform and implement its first mission named MATS

OHB Sweden and ÅAC Microtec to develop the InnoSat platform and implement its first mission named MATS

Press Releases   •   Feb 19, 2015 08:40 CET

OHB Sweden, Stockholm, and ÅAC Microtec, Uppsala, have been appointed by the Swedish National Space Board (SNSB) to deliver a highly capable small satellite platform, named InnoSat, and to accomplish the advanced scientific mission named MATS (Mesospheric Airglow/Aerosol Tomography and Spectroscopy).

Pressmeddelande: OHB Sweden och ÅAC Microtec kontrakteras för att utveckla ny svensk forskningssatellit, Mats

Pressmeddelande: OHB Sweden och ÅAC Microtec kontrakteras för att utveckla ny svensk forskningssatellit, Mats

Press Releases   •   Feb 19, 2015 08:40 CET

OHB Sweden, Stockholm, och ÅAC Microtec, Uppsala, har av Rymdstyrelsen utsetts att leverera satelliten Mats (Mesospheric Airglow/Aerposol Tomography and Spectroscopy) som ska undersöka vågor i övre atmosfären och deras inverkan på klimatet. Den totala kontraktsomfattningen inklusive uppskjutning och satellitoperationer är 83 miljoner kronor. Uppskjutningen av MATS planeras till början av 2018.