Headquarters

  • Address: 12 Cyclonite, The Interchange
  • City: Somerset West
  • Country: South Africa
  • Postcode: 
  • State: Western Cape

Summary

An advanced manufacturer of satellite sub-systems and components, NewSpace Systems (NSS) is particularly strong in the area of high-reliability Attitude Control Systems. Targeted at next-generation operational SmallSat constellations, the NSS team specialize in high-reliability Attitude Control Systems and services such as contract manufacturing and technology commercialization. Currently, the NSS product range comprises of Reaction Wheels, Sun Sensors, GPS Receivers and Antennas, Magnetometers, Magnetorquer Rods, Stellar Gyros, Star Mappers, and CubeSat Attitude Control solutions.

Representing a unique state-of-the-art facility on the African continent, NSS leverages a low cost-base and highly-skilled personnel to ensure internationally competitive components. To ensure the continued high-reliability of its services and components, all NSS products are designed and manufactured in ISO certified (class 10 000) cleanrooms by ESA accredited personnel who follow the rigorous ECSS processes and use only space-qualified materials. As of 2017, the NSS internal processes were officially accredited with ISO: 9001.

Lastly, in addition to the establishment of a European subsidiary, NSS also has a number of value-added re-sellers based in the United States, Japan, China and The Netherlands to simplify contracting.

People

  • James Barrington-Brown
  • CEO
  • Leehandi de Witt
  • Business Development Lead & Export Compliance Officer
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Products

Communication Products

CubeSat Sun Sensor

CubeSat Attitude Control System Board

More products

Projects

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Last updated: 2018-09-29