AstroAgency is the UK’s ﬁrst space-focused marketing ﬁrm, providing strategic guidance to help innovative companies thrive in the new commercial space sector. Our clients range from established space organisations and start-ups, to supply chain companies that are not yet part of the space industry, but hold the transferable skills and experience to enter the market.
AVEALTO Ltd. Intends to operate a fleet of High Altitude Platform (“HAP”) vehicles to provide high value telecom infrastructure services to developed and undeveloped areas.
AVEALTO HAP vehicles will be stationary at 20+ km altitude. Each HAP can provide coverage to a 240km (150 mile) diameter area, will have significant bandwidth and be able to support multiple terminals on the ground including 5G.
For one to one communications, HAPs provide a significantly higher quality of transmission, compared to Geosats through reduced latency and a lower bit error rate (BER).
A large number of HAP studies and research have been funded by ESA and EU governments in the last 15 years. All studies showed a positive outlook for using HAPs for telecom services. Due to advances in: Solar Cell Efficiency, Battery Density, Plastic Film Materials and Communications Electronics, a commercially viable HAP to provide telecom infrastructure is now possible.
Craft Prospect has three core business areas, based on over 30 years’ experience working on small space and CubeSat system, leading missions from concept through to delivery
Craft Prospect has three core business areas, based on over 30 years’ experience working on small space and CubeSat system, leading missions from concept through to delivery:
NewSpace mission and system engineering, where it has worked with mission developers on missions: academic, commercial or ESA level, to support the overall space system design and analysis providing insight into the application of nanosatellites
Collaborative R&D, where is developing advanced autonomy for more efficient onboard operations such as the use of real time deep learning algorithms in imagers to detect features and maximise mission utility
Novel mission applications, typically using the growth in the CubeSat market to enter new markets: for example, quantum key distribution using nanosatellite systems for niche highly secure telecom services
Data Duopoly is a Cornwall-based start-up from the Launchpad incubator, who solve the issue of congestion and frustrations experienced by visitors by offering personalised incentives to discover and navigate venues. Their aim is to revolutionise the visitor experience in any venue worldwide. Data Duopoly create a win-win situations for both visitors and venues, by offering personalised discounts to visitors, as an incentive to visit less busy areas around an attraction. Data Duopoly has already gained traction, by piloting their unique technology with the Eden Project, where it was demonstrated that the platform can shift visitor flow away from less busy areas via targeted incentives. From this, unique location data insights are gathered, to improve attractions’ future planning, and increase concessionary spending on-site. In addition, visitors benefit from an engaging and tailored experience at venues, and less queuing due to the improved visitor distribution. With two highly motivated Co-Founders, Tanuvi Ethunandan, a Chartered Accountant, and Erin Morris, an award-winning Film Director, Data Duopoly have the skills to bring this to life.
Glas Data is an agri-tech company based in Cornwall. Its data dashboard, GlasCore, simplifies data management. By developing its own open ecosystem to help farmers, consultants, processors and retailers, Glas Data can help clients meet ongoing demand.
Space Time Development is an independent consultancy providing value-added services to clients through strategic partnerships, events and business development programmes. Space Time focuses on supporting high- tech sectors with an emphasis on the space and satellite industry.