The TOTEM payload designed and developed by Alén Space for the first nanosatellite of Sateliot’s constellation has successfully completed its first in-orbit demonstrations.
The consortium of which Alén Space is a member has presented an expression of interest to the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism to promote the development of the space industry in Spain, focused on Galicia.
The goal is to carry out a testing campaign to verify if the HALT methodology is an ideal solution to validate COTS components in the aerospace sector.
Alén Space joins the development of a nanosatellite for the Alfa Crux mission from the University of Brasilia
Alén Space joins the UnB to develop a 1U CubeSat that will allow research and experiments to be carried out in the communications field.
The CubeSat 3B5GSAT is now in orbit, following its launch this morning from Kazakhstan. The satellite carries an IoT communications payload designed and manufactured by Alén Space.
Sateliot has confirmed with Alén Space that the transmission equipment of its first nanosatellite is ready to fly
The 3B5GSAT satellite is entering the pre-launch phase, scheduled for 20 March from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
The European Space Agency has selected the RoboCrane project, developed by the University of Oviedo, the University of Vigo and Alén Space.
The consortium is developing an innovative solution to digitalise communications in the marine industry using the VDES standard.
Alén Space was part of a panel discussion about ‘New Approach for the Space Sector’ in this edition of the Forum of the Brazilian Space Industry.
The payload that Alén Space will provide to Sateliot mission is TOTEM, an SDR platform that has already been used in several small satellites to date.
The first performance demonstrations of the Lume-1 nanosatellite, which have taken place in Salvaterra do Miño and Porto, have been a success.
The nanosatellite Lume-1 was successfully launched on December 27 from the Vostochny spaceport, in Eastern Russia at the scheduled time: 3:07 in the morning.