GomSpace Luxembourg

CORE BUSINESS

GomSpace Luxembourg is engages with two lines of business:

We are developing and offering Operations as a Service (OaaS) to owners of nanosatellites providing a scalable low-cost and fully automated solution that ensures high return on investment.

Further, we are developing Deep Space projects acting as the prime for ESA. The two missions M-ARGO and Hera/Juventas will explore nearby asteroids and provide a wealth of new information facilizing future resource utilisation.

PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Our main products is the Mega Constellations Operations Platform (MCOP) being the basis of our OaaS offering. Its features are:

  • Our Mega Constellations Operations Platform (MCOP) is the only product designed from the ground up ready for constellations.
  • Cost effective both for single satellite in-orbit demonstrations to full-blown constellations in revenue services.
  • MCOP manages the entire ground segment, from antennas to end-users, allowing to optimise your assets at multiple levels.
  • Our continuous development and integration approach blends development and operations, ensuring our platform is fit for purpose - and adjust to your changing business priorities.
  • Our business model allows shifting CAPEX cost to OPEX; bringing down investment for enabling new space-based services
  • Build for a cybersecure world. MCOP has a holistic approach to security that covers both space and ground segments all the way to your customers. 

MAJOR SPACE PROJECTS

Our MCOP project is a continuous development project where incremental updates are being released to the production environment adding new features and capabilities.

The M-Argo project is developing a 12U nanosatellite explorer expected to launch in 2012 and independently navigate to an asteroid target and perform scientific investigations hereof. The project is pushing the state-of-the-art on almost any aspects of small satellite, including miniaturisation, autonomy and resiliency.

The HERA/Juventas is a 6U cubesat that will be part of the HERA mission and depart towards the Didymos asteroid system in 2022. The 6U carries a low-frequency radar payload that will probe into the interior of the asteroid. The mission will be managed through communications that goes through the HERA mother craft

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