Airbus is a major contributor to space exploration and human spaceflight, as well as a leading manufacturer of Earth observation, navigation, science and telecommunications satellites. Its portfolio ranges from the ExoMars rover and the European Service Module for the Orion spacecraft to the Ariane 5 launcher, to be soon followed by the Ariane 6.
Selected by the French Space Agency to develop the CO3D Earth observation program, Airbus Defence and Space has selected ANYWAVES to supply the antennas that will provide telecommand and telemetry to the four satellites making up the CO3D constellation.
The Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) is the government agency responsible for shaping and implementing France’s space policy in Europe.
Its task is to invent the space systems of the future, bring space technologies to maturity and guarantee France’s independent access to space.
CNES stands alongside ANYWAVES since the very beginning, especially regarding a technology transfer for ANYWAVES S-Band TT&C and X-Band payload telemetry antennas (CNESadvance label).
In December 2019, in the frame of its JANUS space program, CNES allowed ANYWAVES to secure the first heritage of its S-band TT&C and X-Band Payload Telemetry antennas with three of them equipping EYESAT, a 10kg and 3U nanosat.
The European Space Agency is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.
The Agency played a key role in ANYWAVES’ inception thanks to two incubation periods and by giving the company its first major contract with the ESA Innovation Triangle Initiative project in 2018.
The Hawaii Space Flight Laboratory (HSFL) was established in May 2007 within the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) and the College of Engineering (CoE) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. HSFL is also embedded as a laboratory of the Hawai’i Institute of Geophysics and Planetology (HIGP). As a multidisciplinary research and education center, HSFL brings together individuals from diverse areas to work on the exploration and understanding of the space environment. HSFL enables the University of Hawaii to design, build, launch and operate microsatellites in the 1-150 kg range that can be configured for a variety of science and educational tasks.
Player in the space industry, Hemeria designs and manufactures first-class space products that meet the needs of corporate and scientific customers in commercial, defence and safety applications. HEMERIA develops high-performance nanosatellites giving nontechnical professionals a fast, competitive and efficient access to space.
ANYWAVES collaborated with Hemeria in 2019 in the frame of the ANGELS program. Today in orbit, this 12U nanosat embodies two S-Band TT&C antennas.
Loft Orbital deploys and operates space infrastructure as a service, providing rapid, reliable, and simplified access to orbit for customer payloads. The company has developed the Payload Hub, a hardware and software interface which enables Loft Orbital to fly dedicated missions or multiple customer payloads simultaneously on a standard satellite bus design.
Loft Orbital has three missions planned for 2021, and quarterly missions in 2022.
Among its 2021 missions, Loft Orbital carries our S-band TT&C antenna onboard its microsatellite.
Pixxel is a cutting-edge space technology company with operations in India and the US. The company is building constellations of high-resolution earth imaging satellites to provide global imagery at a daily frequency to customers in a wide range of industries worldwide.
Pixxel’s first two satellites are equiped with our S-Band TT&C antenna
Thales Alenia Space delivers cost-effective solutions for telecommunications, navigation, Earth observation, environmental management, exploration, science and orbital infrastructures.
Governments and private industry alike count on Thales Alenia Space to design satellite-based systems.
As prime contractor developing Omnispace’s satellite-based Internet of Things (IoT) infrastrcure, Thales Alenia Space selected ANYWAVES to deliver payload user antennas embedded into the initial set of two satellites.
As one of the largest university space institutes in Europe, the Institute of Space Systems (University of Stuttgart) offers a wide range of teaching and research in numerous topics in space technology and space applications.
Regarding space applications, the Institute of Space Systems is dedicated to exploring the atmosphere and the Earth's surface, infrared astronomy and dust astronomy.
Earlier in 2021, the Institute of Space Systems ordered two flight models of our S-Band TT&C antenna
Valles Marineris is an Indian private company, design analysis and manufacturing high-tech spacecraft components and technologies, as well as cubesat platforms.
Since 2016, Valles Marineris provides to its clients cost -effective solutions, based on microsatellite and cubesat technology, and a high level of technical support at all stages of the product life cycle.