Sirin Orbital Systems AG filed a patent for protecting an innovative high-thrust micro-propulsion system technology for small-satellites. In order to realize this invention, a GSTP Element I “Develop” proposal has been submitted to the Swiss Space Office of the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) .
Sirin Orbital Systems AG shares its view on “Multi-Hazard Scenario Risk Assessment” in ROOM Space Journal, Issue #4(26) 2020
Views of space weather have undergone significant changes, transforming it from scientific curiosity to commercially-recognised threat. Historically, awareness of space hazards was limited to countries with operational space science missions, but the growing volume and variety of infrastructure interconnections has changed the status of space weather among the space community, while the magnitude of the associated terrestrial hazards has further broadened the remit of space weather risk analysis. The corresponding challenges and opportunities are the focus of this article.
ROOM Space Journal, Winter 2020/21 (26), pages 24–28
“nextrends Asia” is a Swiss platform showcasing upcoming science, technology and innovation trends from Asia. In an article authored by Sirin Orbital Systems AG’s Managing Director, Dr. Matteo Madi, a historical overview on solar energy transfer from space to Earth and Japan’s advancements in Solar Power Satellite (SPS) development is set out.