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Meet us at 32nd Annual Small Satellite Conference

Jul 30, 2018 4:56:00 PM

32nd Annual Small Satellite Conference

Date: 4th – 9th August 2018

Location: Utah, USA

Website: Event Website

InnaLabs® is thrilled to attend the 32nd AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites. The conference will discuss new technologies, design methods, processes, operational constructs, and activities that inform and secure the success of small satellite missions.

Small satellites have become critical for high-value missions into space. Emerging applications equipped with highly constrained payload requirements, a new system architecture that contains operational resiliency and numerous other user-driven conditions for availability. Developers are now searching for innovative ways to increase the odds of missions success by employing diverse design techniques, autonomy methods, and a streamlined process that help identify mitigate potential issues. While also ensuring that reliability, mass, power budgets, and meeting performance at a reduced cost and size are still being met.

Although InnaLabs® is a relatively new space company when juxtaposed against the overall industry, our combination of rare inertial sensor experts, operational excellence, and world-class engineering have positioned us as a vital source in an industry where space sensors are a scarce resource.

If you require any further information or would like to book a meeting with one of our sales team, please contact us.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!




About InnaLabs®

InnaLabs®, is a world leader in inertial sensor technology for GEO, LEO, MEO and Scientific Missions. As Europes No.1 market leader in Navigation Accelerometers, combined with our disruptive CVG Gyroscope technology,  we are proud to be an innovative solution provider for space, aerospace, land and maritime markets. InnaLabs®, are in full control of the product lifecycle, which allows us to create affordable, high performing inertial systems when cost, accuracy, robustness and lead-time are paramount. The research, development, and manufacturing operations are all conducted in Dublin, Ireland, with several more offices operating around the world.