Milánkovics Dorottya, Project Manager of CubeSat projects represented C3S at the panel discussion organized by MOMENTUS during the SaaS Workshop: How to Host your Payload in Space. In the course of the talk, they covered C3S’s shared payload concept with Dorottya mentioning several use cases of such solution. Sharing the payload bay means a cost effective, short-term, and schedulable option to those research, university or IOD project owners who – due to the mission’s character or the small size of the payload – don’t insist on being launched on a sperate platform to LEO.
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In the course of this project C3S aims to demonstrate its ability to design, build, and test a custom power supply compliant to customer requirements and the approach defined by the ECSS standards. The goal is to reach TRL 6 and thereby better enable the company to join the European space industry as a supplier.
Hosted by the Hungarian Embassy in Tokyo C3S signed a MOU.
The cooperation was formed between C3S and GeoData from Hungary, Genesia and Tokyo Institute of Technology from Japan, and HEPA. The partnership was initiated to unite the industrial and scientific knowledge of the two countries. During the event Mr. Akito Enokuchi, Genesia Director and Mr. Gyula Horváth, CEO emphasized the importance of the collaboration and the main aspects of the partnership. The cooperation’s main area covers the utilization of cubesats with EO purposes.