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Autonomy Platform

for satellite integrators and operators to eliminate risks and enable new capabilities

Tools that enable autonomy

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Mission Design Simulator

Digital Twin for your space missions. A perfect tool to simulate complex missions in real-time photorealistic environment with the ability to generate synthetic data for AI/ML applications.

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Vision Based Navigation

An autonomous navigation system for satellites enabling them to perform complex maneuvers in space.

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An autonomous space robotics software solution that enables debris removal, in-orbit servicing, assembly and manufacturing missions.

Mission Design Simulator, Rendezvous Proximity Operations (RPO), in-orbit servicing, space robotics

Mission Design Simulator

  • Photo-realistic, physically accurate 3D simulation environment
  • Run navigation and robotics algorithms in real-time
  • Train and test vision based autonomous systems for space operations
  • Generate synthetic image datasets for various space mission scenarios
  • Combine multi-body dynamics with accurate orbital mechanics to simulate complex missions
  • Seamlessly integrate into existing development and testing pipelines using MATLAB/Simulink, STK and other standard tools

Vision Based Navigation

  • Perform autonomous navigation including rendezvous and docking
  • Enhance missions requiring robotic manipulation
  • Adapt to multiple real-world scenarios utilizing a simple workflow
Space robotics, Autonomy in Space, in-orbit servicing, inspection, assembly, manufacturing, debris removal


Together with our partners, at the forefront of space robotics technology, we are working to provide an off-the-shelf solution for performing various missions requiring complex robotic manipulation in space including berthing, replacement of satellite parts, refueling, and in-orbit assembly.



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We have successfully completed a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA contract no. 4000129951) to develop the core part of Mission Design Simulator.

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The German Aerospace Center is helping us develop the VBN system use case scenarios for asteroid mapping applications including performing validation and verification tests in specialized GNC facilities.

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The SnT team from University of Luxembourg is our main partner in bridging the gap between research and industry in order to commercialize autonomous and robotics technologies for space application.

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World class researchers from the University of Adelaide are helping us improve our Deep Learning algorithms – a crucial part of our Vision Based Navigation system.

Your next mission can be autonomous.

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