ESA backs Geosystems Hellas’ CubeSat mission
Geosystems Hellas, along with small and medium-sized companies and universities in Greece, was selected by ESA following an open call, in order to develop a variety of services including connectivity and secure communications demonstrating Seven CubeSat missions.
The EMTech project, led by ESA, is a multiple CubeSat mission to capture Earth observation imagery that supports cartography, agriculture, forestry mapping and land use monitoring. It will validate in-orbit an optical communications link, a high-performance data processor and hardened microcontroller, and an analogue mixed signal library. Led by Athens-based EMTech Space, the consortium includes four Greek companies – Integrated Systems Development, Heron Engineering, Leo Space Photonics and Geosystems Hellas – as well as the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the Hellenic Naval Academy, and the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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