Ever since the race to space began, space has been accessible only to the elite class, be it the Apollo missions, ISS or the upcoming space hotel. The reason for this is because space is expensive and space takes a lot of time to access. Our team came together driven by a common goal of making space accessible to everyone. CubeSats have grown colossally over the past decade and have proven to perform tasks once only possible via large satellites. What can be done to reduce the cost of these CubeSats then? The answer to this is METAL 3D PRINTING. By utilising the advancements in Metal 3D Printing we can provide cost-effective satellites at minimal lead times. This will also meet the increasing demand-to-supply ratio of the aerospace industry. We believe we will change the way the Space Industry thinks.
We dream of a future where everyone can have their own personal satellites in space. We not only build satellites but also produce micro-propulsion systems and get your satellite launched at a cost-effective price via one of our launch partners.
Subham Gupta, CEO & Founder
Subham is the vision behind starting a space subsystem provider in the UK and holds a master's degree in Astronautics and Space Engineering from Cranfield University, UK. He has also been endorsed as an EXCEPTIONAL TALENT by the ROYAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING. He has published 5 research papers so far and has served as the CTO of an Asteroid Mining Firm. He has also worked on several space projects and missions.
Saksham Chaturvedi, CTO & Co-Founder
Saksham holds a bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering and has served as the propulsion engineer for various space missions and projects. He has immense experience with rocket engines and has designed the igniter for the rocket in India.
Sury Bhan Singh, Head of Mechanical Design
Sury holds a bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering and has his expertise with Mechanical Design and Analysis. He is well versed with a number of 3D CAD modelling software including Siemens NX, SolidWorks,, CATIA V5 and Fusion 360. He has worked on several academic space projects where he designed the spacecraft structures.
Together the team has worked on a mission called the SRMSAT - 2 which is a student-designed lunar mission utilising articulated low energy transfer to the lunar orbit using CR3BP.