Enable your satellite mission with cost-effective in-space mobility.
The integrated propulsion system, that requires no integration.
Custom orbits can only be reached with extreme costs
Mission reconfigurations and space debris evasion are impossible
Imminent space traffic regulations might render mobility mandatory
“A widespread perception of unmet demand for moving around small satellites in orbit is attracting companies to the last-mile logistics sector”
Universal compatibility with payload adapter which is already part of every satellite
Maximum user friendliness due to fully encapsulated design and simple integration
Lowest procurement and integration costs on the market
The GATE Jetpack is powered by the world’s first satellite thruster capable of transient deep throttling at constant performance in a ratio of 1:10 via single-parameter linear thrust control, differential thrust stabilization, and enhancement of combustion stability and ignition gentleness.
We share a common passion for aerospace engineering, which exceeds our professional ambitions. Our diverse, yet complimentary backgrounds in fluid mechanics, rapid prototyping, strategy, finance and marketing equip us with the skills necessary for tackling a broad spectrum of problems. We excel in finding innovative engineering solutions to complex challenges – even in the context of financial and infrastructural constraints.
For years, the team has been developing chemical propulsion systems. In total, we have conducted
… more than 100 hot-fire tests of chemical propulsion systems
… using 6 different propellant combinations
… on 5 in-house developed testing platforms.
“Rocket science is hard, but this team is able to do it”
Franz Viehböck, Astronaut
We are supported by an experienced advisory board of 12 industry experts who have founded and sold tech companies at a combined valuation of 500M, and more than 100 years of combined professional experience at companies like Beyond Gravity and Boeing, and academic institutions such as ETH, KTH, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford and Yale University.