At present there are about 1000 satellites in space. In the next decade there will be a sharp increase in this number. By the year 2025, several dozen satellite constellations are planned to be launched consisting approximately of 9,000 new satellites. Most of them (90%) will be micro satellites with a mass of 10 - 150 kg.
HyperSat draws on the best practices developed by pico- and nanosatellites (CubeSat), weighing several kilograms, but is designed to carry larger instruments and apparatus. Thanks to its larger size, the use of satellites using the HyperSat platform will be significantly wider than nanosatellites.
Creotech Instruments, as a global pioneer in the micro-satellite class platform, develops the HyperSat project, optimizing the satellite business of both traditional space companies and New Space ones. The HyperSat platform will make it much easier to enter new markets to build single satellites and satellite constellations.
With the HyperSat platform, new micro-satellites and constellations will be significantly cheaper, faster to implement, easier to use, and thanks to standardization - much more reliable. Thanks to our solution, the period between the idea of a satellite and its launch to an orbit can be reduced to a few months!
HyperSat draws on the best practices worked out for producing nano satellites (CubeSat), weighting several kilograms, but is designed to carry larger instruments and equipment. Thanks to its larger size, the use of satellites using the HyperSat platform will be considerably wider.
The HyperSat satellite platform is proposed for both future satellite constellations as well as for single space missions that will be based on small space units of 10 to 60 kg mass. Entrepreneurs will be able to focus on the design and construction of instruments, utility equipment and on subsequent services. They will not waste time and money on building from scratch satellite platforms that will be the carriers for these instruments.
Creotech Instruments S.A.
Industry leader of the Polish space sector. The company successfully implements further space projects (mainly for the European Space Agency) and has an appetite for more. Examples of realized space projects include: EXOMARS, EO TESTBED POLSKA, SAT-AIS-PL, ASIM, NEOSTEL, PROBA-3. The ambition of Creotech Instruments S.A. is to become a national micro-satellite integrator by 2020.
The company also develops other business segments. It offers technologies and utility applications that are used for example by research centers, telecommunication operators and retail chains in Poland and in the world. The electronics and specialist measuring devices manufactured by Creotech are used in the most modern and technologically advanced research institutes in the world, such as the CERN European Nuclear Research Organization in Geneva, the GSI Heavy Ion Research Institute and the DESY Research Center in Germany