We are building open space infrastructure like SatNOGS the global network of satellite ground stations, designed as an open source participatory project with 200+ satellite ground-stations.
In 2018, we built UPSat, the first open-source hardware & software satellite in the world. Since then, we have built QUBIK-1, 2 (2021) & returned to Space with QUBIK-3 & 4 (2022).
We work on full telemetry & ground segment systems for High Power Rocketry. We design & develop Cronos, a hybrid-fueled sounding rocket in collaboration with a University student-led team.
This project aims to create a community that will run experiments related to optical communications.
The QUBIK mission aims at becoming the environment for in-orbit demonstrations combined with ground segment experiments on ground stations.
SIDLOC (Spacecraft Identification and Localization) is a project funded by the European Space Agency, an ARTES activity.
OpenSatCom aims at exploring the relevance of open-source methodology models in the satellite communications sector.