Take your satellite testing to the next level
Reduced costs, risk and footprint
Enabled a remotely controlled software-defined solution
Flexibility and scalability:
Adapt easily for your specific mission
Save up to 50% of the weight and up to 90% of energy
Adopting a state-of-the-art, integrated and proven testing solution
Operating a satellite is a lot like skydiving. Perfect preparation is the key to success because once it is spaceborne, every mistake is very serious.
It is, therefore, absolutely essential that you test your satellite’s vital systems; you can lose extremely large investments in a matter of seconds.
The Atos Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE) uses industry-leading, independent testing equipment to check your space investment. You can be confident that your space investment is safe during its entire lifespan in orbit, giving you total peace of mind.
Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE)
Atos EGSE end-to-end services ensure your space investment is safe during its entire lifespan in orbit:
- Fully digital testing and simulation solutions,
- Tests radio frequency subsystems, navigation instruments and electrical power supply,
- Cyber secured by design,
- For a complete satellite or an individual satellite subsystem,
- For earth observation, navigation, telecom and science missions.
Data analytics, AI and machine learning for EGSE
Our machine learning and analytics tools provide useful predictions based on the available data. Leverage the analytics to make your project more competitive. Maximize the use of your valuable resources by reducing the amount of time they spend developing, training and debugging.
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Hans Martin Steiner
Chief Technical Officer, Space & Avionics