C3S

C3S

C3S LLC develops and manufactures highly dependable 3/6/12/16U platforms and redundant, yet affordable subsystems like OBC, EPS, and communication modules to meet the requirements of IoT, Earth Observation and space monitoring constellation missions. Beyond the world of CubeSats, we participate in large satellite projects as the designer of power distribution systems and payload synchronization. Our devoted team will be at your service from mission planning throughout the operation of the entire mission, until deorbiting.

C3S

About C3S

C3S LLC is a determining player in the international nanosatellite industry. Our products and solutions serve and support both scientific payloads and industrial demands throughout the missions. Our mission planning activity encompasses 3-16U, high-reliability platform, and subsystem design, as well as the prelaunch simulation software and hardware development and mission operation environment development. Beyond the world of CubeSats, we participate in large satellite projects as the designer of power distribution systems and payload synchronization. Long lifecycle and high availability are the characteristics of our in-house developed, and redundant subsystems.

A 40-strong collective of young and creative space engineers and experts understanding all the related areas of engineering necessary for developing satellites stands beyond the technology-independent, world-level products. Innovation and added value are our guiding principles that manifest themselves throughout the entire lifecycles of the company’s products.

We develop our products with the partner’s scientific and business demands in our minds. We offer them tailored turnkey solutions that encompass the entire lifecycle of the mission, from planning through simulations, tests, and manufacturing to mission tracking and operation.

OUR STORY
2007
  • At Budapest University of Technology, later founders of C3S LLC, gathered to develop the first Hungarian satellite Masat-1 CubeSat

2012
  • Masat-1 was launched, and downlinked more than 100 high-resolution images
    In the same year, C3S LLC was established
    We became Hungarian Space Cluster Members

2013
  • First space industry contract for satellite technologies was signed with ESA

2015
  • Hungary became a full ESA member
    Later on, that year, C3S joined ESA’s PLATO 2.0 mission as a subcontractor
2016
  • The 3U RADCUBE mission aiming to carry and operate a cosmic radiation and space weather environment monitoring payload begun

2017
  • HiRel mission manufacturing qualification process was introduced
    RADCUBE mission stepped into implementation phase
2018
  • SatCOMM project started
    C3S joined to ESA’s SMILE mission as a subcontractor
    Preliminary development of Multiuse Payload Interface Electronics for small and medium sized satellite

2019
  • 6-12U CubeSat platform project started
2020
  • Contract signed with ESA on developing a DCDC converter
    S3S project developing 3-12U structures successfully closed
    Our 3U Radcube platform reached TRL 7

BROCHURE

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NEWS
Hungarian Space Caleidoscope 2020

Hungarian Space Caleidoscope 2020

Every year, the publication introducing the representatives of the Hungarian space sector gets more and more extensive. C3S welcomes newcomers in the industrial, as well as in the research area.

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Space Tech expo moved to the online space

Space Tech expo moved to the online space

Since the foundation of C3S we participated every year in the most prominent event of the European space industry, namely the Space Tech Expo. This year the event along with our booth moved to the online space.

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RADCUBE launch date announcement

RADCUBE launch date announcement

We are happy to announce that Gyula Horváth, C3S LLC CEO and Marco Mariani, SAB Launch Services Srl. CEO signed the agreement on the launch of C3S’s 3U CubeSat on a VEGA VV19 in spring of next year.

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