Spaceit – Mission Control System

service which make access to the space more affordable Mission Control System (MCS) – is is a tool to monitor and control satellite operations. Each and every space mission needs a MCS.

Additional info about Spaceit, may be found here.

CrystalSpace

Miniature portable wireless vacuum chamber cameras

Additional info about CrystalSpace, may be found here. 

Golbriak Space

To develop and implement the services and the enabling technologies for distributed and federated satellite missions.

Additional info about Golbriak Space, may be found here. 

Kappazeta

Grassland Monitoring – We Replace On-The-Spot-Check With Automated Satellite-Based Activity

Additional info about KappaZeta, may be found here. 

Hepta Airborne

Bringing accurate analysis to power line operators while saving     time, costs and environment Additional info about Hepta Airborne, may be found here. 

PowerUp Fuel Cells

We are PowerUp Energy Techonologies, producer of green hydrogen fuel cell based electrical generators

Additional info about Powerup Fuel Cells, may be found here. 

HIVE

Precision Navigation Systems is developing software and hardware solutions for the variety of non-standard applied and infrastructural tasks using GPS technology and geotechnical sensors.

Our flagman project — HIVE — is a cloud-based solution for super accurate GPS-positioning and navigation. By smart utilization of GPS-data from existing ground-based GPS reference stations across the world HIVE helps drones, robots and other GPS-equipped autonomous systems to be positioned, navigated and tracked with up to 1 cm precision in real time.

Zubax Robotics

Zubax Robotics is an award-winning research and development company founded in 2015. We research, design, and manufacture electric propulsion systems for aerospace and other applications

Additional info about Zubax Robotics , may be found here. 

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