Spotlight: company profile of NanoAvionics, a multinational nanosatellite mission integrator
Find out more about NanoAvionics’ history, expertise, and the company’s portfolio of nanosatellite platforms, sub-systems, and mission services on satsearch.
Spotlight: the importance of flight heritage and opportunities for IOD missions, with SatRevolution
As part of the go-to-market strategy for space companies, there is growing need for them to acquire meaningful flight heritage. Flight heritage is essential for suppliers looking to achieve commercial
An overview of satellite Electrical Power Systems (EPS) on the global marketplace for space
Discover a range of commercially-available systems for providing electrical power to the relevant systems in the satellite all around the world
Spotlight: satellite ground stations – installing your own vs. using an existing network, with Leaf Space
The ground segment is a vital part of any satellite mission – but is it better to build a ground station (or network of ground stations) or use a service provider that already has hardware in place?
An overview of on-board computer (OBC) systems available on the global space marketplace
On-board computer (OBC) systems provide processing capabilities that operate as part of the satellite’s avionic sub-system and run the on-board software. In this post you can see OBC products from suppliers all over the world
Find a launch option for your CubeSat or small satellite – an overview of launch service providers
Selecting a launch option for a CubeSat or a small satellite can be a tricky challenge. In this post we take a look at some of the services available to launch a CubeSat/smallsat.
Spotlight: the critical importance of satellite structure components and equipment, with NPC Spacemind
Satellite structures can sometimes be overlooked when system designers are searching for opportunities to improve performance and utility – but they really shouldn’t be
Satellite star trackers – the cutting edge celestial navigation products available on the global space marketplace
Discover star tracker satellite navigational systems and products available today on the global marketplace for space from suppliers all over the world.
A survey of supplier performance in the space industry
Satsearch is conducting an on-going survey to assess the quality of engagement between engineers and suppliers in the space industry. The insights from this investigation are geared towards helping suppliers understand how they can work more effectively with engineers. In this article, we share
An overview of satellite manufacturers building picosats, cubesats, and microsats
There are over 75 satellite manufacturers globally, battling it out in the market to work with teams putting payloads into orbit. Here is a brief overview of satellite manufacturers that are operating in the space industry to deliver spacecraft that range from a few hundred grams to 150 kg.
Ground station service providers: an overview of telemetry and telecommand communication services and networks for small satellites
Discover how satellite operators around the world are using managed ground station networks to improve communication and lower costs
Spotlight: NPC Spacemind – advanced technology and expert solutions for the space industry
NPC Spacemind has been creating innovative solutions and technology for the space industry since 2003. In this article we delve into the company’s history, products and services,
Magnetorquers: an overview of magnetic torquer products available on the global marketplace for space
Magnetorquers provide low power attitude control for small satellites. Find out more about the products available on the global marketplace.
Event roundups of the Space System Ontology – Brainstorming Workshop and the Space Engineering and Technology Final Presentation Days (SET-FPDs)
It has been a busy few weeks in the space industry with some really interesting events in different areas of the field. In this post we give a brief overview of
Unlock new customers in the space industry with the Satsearch Membership Program
Helping space companies expand their customer base, access new geographic and vertical markets, and position for future growth through the Satsearch Membership Program (SMP)
Let’s talk about CubeSats
NASA defines a “satellite” as “a moon, planet or machine that orbits a planet or star.” Hence, Earth can be considered a satellite, since it travels in an orbit around the Sun. Our Moon is also a satellite, since it orbits around the Earth. Let’s shift our focus however to
Space BD signs agreement with satsearch to promote India-Japan cooperation for space
Space is truly a global industry, with many new space-faring nations joining the ranks of the established players over the last decade. Japan and India are both thriving space economonies with significant heritage and ambitious plans for the
HOSTmi partners with satsearch to integrate supply chain into next-gen platform for payload flight opportunities
The 69th International Astronautical Congress in Bremen, Germany was a mammoth event for us. Not only did we successfully launch our Verified Supplier Program, we also engaged with key stakeholders in the
Satsearch launches new Verified Supplier Program at the International Astronautical Congress 2018
We are very excited to announce a new initiative designed to help spacetech suppliers demonstrate their capacity, products and commitment in the global marketplace through our Verified
CNES signs agreement with satsearch to support future space systems engineering
I am thrilled to announce that the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES), also known as the French Space Agency, has signed an agreement with satsearch to digitalize space engineering at
Satsearch partners with Stelae Technologies to digitalize aerospace
We’re thrilled to announce that we have teamed up with Stelae Technologies to build a technology stack that enables full digitalization of the engineering and procurement processes in the
Building better datasheets for space mission design
The importance of addressing the core challenge of unifying the global space supply chain, touched upon in a recent article on the satsearch blog, cannot be stressed enough. The manual extraction, interpretation and