Moving from Mini- to Microsatellite and Nanosatellite

Each Satellite can be tailormade or a constellation can be made based on customers requirement with our Partner ANANTH TECHNOLOGIES. They can be geosynchronous satellites or moving satellites.

It is unviable to produce, monitor and test small size satellites in Europe/ North America due to cost factors. Therefore contract manufacturing and outsourcing of Mini- and Microsatellites to India is very sensible.

The benefits of CubeSats (Nano)

  • Fast: can be built in less than a year
  • Cost: far less expensive than large satellites
  • Technology: simple, standard parts available off-the-shelf
  • Design: simple design for short mission; no need to use thermal blankets
  • Space debris: none – they burn up in the atmosphere upon re-entry
  • High degree of Flexibility and versatility – to be used for a wide range of applications:
    • from scientific research
    • to telecommunications
    • to Earth observation
  • Launch opportunities: Can be launched as secondary payloads on larger rockets


Nanosatellites are satellites that typically weigh less than 10 kilograms. CubeSats are a type of Nanosatellites and have specific requirements for their shape, size, and weight. The standard CubeSat unit is a cube-shaped structure that measures 10x10x10 centimeters and has a mass of 1 to 1.33 kilograms, referred to as 1U. CubeSats come in different sizes, such as 1U, 1.5U, 2U, 3U, or 6U, which have become more common in recent years. The CubeSat standardization has made it possible to develop new configurations.

Originally, California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) and Stanford University developed CubeSats in 1999 with the goal of providing a platform for education and space exploration. Today, CubeSat development has evolved into a thriving industry, with collaborations between the government, industry, and academia pushing the limits of what these small satellites can achieve. CubeSats now offer a cost-effective means for conducting science investigations, demonstrating new technologies, and realizing advanced mission concepts through the use of constellations, swarms, and disaggregated systems. Using CubeSat standards for nanosatellite development offers relatively affordable and ongoing access to space, as well as a wide range of launch and space rocket options.

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