všestranný rozvoj odborníkov v oblasti
aerospace výskumu, vývoja a inovácií a technológií

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About us

Slovak AeroSpace Cluster (SAC) (ďalej len „združenie“) plní úlohy partnerskej inštitúcie pre podporu rozvoja vesmírneho výskumu, vývoja, inovácií a technológií v oblasti kozmonautiky, letectva a obrany.

Združenie je dobrovoľným, nezávislým, nepolitickým združením právnických osôbs právnou subjektivitou, ktoré aktivizuje rozvoj členov na báze princípu partnerstva, založeným nie za účelom tvorby zisku.

Cieľom združenia je vytváranie čo najlepších podmienok pre rozvoj aerospace na Slovensku a vybudovanie infraštruktúry, ktorá bude slúžiť na realizovanie aktivít v tejto oblasti a bude podnecovať spoluprácu medzi členmi združenia, ale aj inými spoločnosťami v národnom hospodárstve.

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GOSPACE Tech has gained a unique experience with several space projects and space hardware and thus company continues its business based on its strengths: miniaturizations, telecommunication, space-qualified electronics and aerospace technologies. GOSPACE Tech offers research and development services, but we works on own technological projects and tries to place outcomes on the market in form of spinoffs.

gospace.sk

CTRL was founded in 2010 and is ranked among small businesses. The intention of founding the company was building and deploying the electronic products with latest technologies and methods in the field of so called cyber-physical systems, which include mostly electronics, communication components and system approach with focus on the control.

www.ctrl1.eu

insar.sk is a provider of geodetic and remote sensing analysis with focus on the deformation monitoring via satellite radar interferometry (InSAR, Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar). The primary aim of the company is the deformation monitoring of structures and infrastructures, urban areas, undermined and landsliding areas, deposits of mineral resources and objects of the strategic importance.

insar.sk

Projects

The objective of PECS project is to define, develop and test an autonomous landing system of our stratospheric probe, making use of onboard GPS receivers, a robotic gliding parachute and an onboard controller. Such a system shall significantly shorten payload recovery times and most importantly reduce the risk of landing in danger zones (e.g. lakes, mountains, cities, etc.).

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The goal of the project was to design, manufacture and perform a functional test of an EQM based on an existing capacitive multiturn absolute rotary encoder developed by CTRL. The EQM design has been reviewed to be compatible with space environment and an environmental qualification plan has been outlined to allow future qualification of the encoder for its use in space. TRL 4 was achieved.

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"Over cities' historical centres, bridges, highways and dams we can measure displacement every 6 days, simultaneously using millions of points covering huge area with high resolution and millimetre precision. We are focused on operational exploitation of InSAR technology and retrieval of potential deformation threats.

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