The study “State of the art of GNSS receivers for CubeSats” evaluated the CubeSat GNSS receiver market, and forecasted their penetration on board CubeSats.
SpaceTec Partners serves a variety of private and public institutions, pragmatically applying consulting techniques primarily in the space domain. With clients such as the European Commission, GSA and ESA, as well as various SMEs and start-ups, SpaceTec is experienced in leading high-level strategy and programme related projects and has helped develop several effective policy and strategy recommendations in several domains.
With over 10 years operating in Europe, SpaceTec has amassed a wealth of industry expertise as well as technical knowledge. What sets SpaceTec apart is the mastery of the ‘hypotheses-driven methodology’ combined with strong space industry expertise as well as extensive technical knowledge. SpaceTec’s study philosophy and approach is data-driven and leverages facts to validate key assumptions and hypotheses.
SpaceTec Partners provides concise, effective and relevant solutions to problems faced by institutions in the Space industry:
- Strategy development and business planning
- Market analysis and market-entry strategies
- Cost benefit analysis, impact assessment & policy analysis
- Organisational development and change management
- Gathering and analysis of user needs and translation into technical requirements
- Programme management, performance and risk management best practices implementation
SpaceTec Partners supported Business Finland, the Finnish public funding agency, by preparing an information package and market study on the German New Space market.
SpaceTec Partners evaluated different LPWANs for combined usage with GNSS and investigated novel power efficient PNT estimation techniques.
The commercialisation of the space business is rapidly advancing – in particular in the United States. The creation of new businesses with significant private capital investment, the deployment of new technologies and approaches, and the convergence with the information technology sector form the basis of what experts refer to as “NewSpace”.