Innovative space missions and services based on smaller platforms like cubesats depend on equally innovative payloads. Space-based services in the New Space arena such as in-orbit servicing – the refuelling or reparing of satellites – or collision avoidance services – increasingly necessary due to the growing number of satellites in orbit – depend on knowing…
The gs4EO suit, developed after more than a decade of work for ESA Earth Observation Missions, can be used to customize the ground segment according to the customer’s requirements.
Galileo is Europe’s own global navigation satellite system, providing a highly accurate, guaranteed global positioning service under civilian control. Elecnor Deimos is in charge of the development of three Galileo Ground Mission Segment Main Facilities as prime contractor, participating also in the space and user segments.
CoastNet is a near-real-time monitoring system for coastal areas that provides a geoportal for free visualization and access of monitoring data and associated products through a geoportal powered by Elecnor Deimos.
The FSSCAT mission, launched by the beginning of September 2020, won in 2017 the Copernicus Masters Sentinel Small Sat Challenge award promoted by ESA and has been developed by a consortium led by Elecnor DEIMOS.
Solar Orbiter is an ESA mission with strong NASA collaboration, aiming to study the Sun from 42 million km (about a quarter of the distance between the Sun and Earth). Deimos has been involved since the very beginning of the mission in mission analysis activities with trajectory calculation for low thrust and resonance orbits, providing fundamental engineering services to the Solar Orbiter prime contractor.
Deimos offers a supplementary service of optical observations and orbit determination, with the objective of evaluating a robust solution fully integrated in the operational system.
The project named AZUL, performed by Elecnor Deimos, is aimed at studying the feasibility of launching small satellites in the Azores (Malbusca, Santa Maria). The conclusions are successful.
NEXTGEOSS, lead by Deimos from Portugal, focuses on a fundamental change to facilitate the connectivity to the European and global data centres with new discovery and processing methods to support innovation and business.
SIMOCEAN, a project led by Deimos Engenharia, is integrated in the initiative of the Portuguese Government to develop a set of coordinated systems providing access to national marine data