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ISISpace Ground Station to Run Major Tom Mission Control Platform

By | February 7, 2018
      Screengrab Kubos’ Major Tom mission control software. Photo: Kubos.

      Screengrab Kubos’ Major Tom mission control software. Photo: Kubos.

      Smallsat mission specialist ISISpace announced that it will use Kubos’ Major Tom mission control software to operate satellites from its ground station in Delft, Netherlands. With this partnership, ISISpace will also become a reseller of the Major Tom software.

      According to Kubos, the new partnership will give customers an end-to-end solution for building and operating their mission. By incorporating Major Tom during satellite development, teams can use the same tools, workflow, and processes during both operations and development. The partnership between Kubos and ISISpace is intended to offer satellite operators a streamlined user experience, more operational control, and higher reliability throughout their mission.

      “This innovative software and its focus on automation means our customers could see a 90 percent reduction in their operations workforce, combined with drastic reductions in development and operations costs,” said Jeroen Rotteveel, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ISISpace.

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