Redwire Space

Jacksonville, FL, United States

Summary

Headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, Redwire offers mission critical space solutions and high reliability components for diverse and advanced space applications. With decades of flight heritage combined with the agility of a commercial space platform, Redwire assists its customers in solving the complex challenges of future space missions.

National security priorities like maintaining and enhancing the nation's space domain awareness infrastructure and NASA’s exploration roadmap for Moon to Mars will employ new platforms and infrastructure that will benefit from in-space manufacturing capabilities. Building cost-effective infrastructure off the planet, without having to launch critical components, will be crucial for addressing these priorities for civil, defense and commercial customers. Combining additive manufacturing and robotic assembly to create space-optimized assets alters the future of mission architecture and satellite design.

Redwire offers solutions for the following markets:

  • Satellite and Space Systems: Redwire's satellite manufacturing programs can deliver on-orbit servicing, assembly, and manufacturing (OSAM) capabilities thereby enabling the manufacturing, repair, and reconstitution of satellite assets.
  • Space Sensors and Technology Components: Redwire's sensor and spacecraft component capabilities include the design and manufacture of mission-critical, high reliability optical sensors for satellites providing guidance, navigation, situational awareness, and control capabilities. Key products include sun sensors, star trackers, and star cameras.
  • Space Exploration Solutions: Redwire is supporting the next era of human spaceflight through their extensive engineering experience in human spaceflight systems and subsystem designs.

Redwire Space

Jacksonville, FL, United States

Contact information

Address
8226 Philips Highway Suite 102, Jacksonville, FL, 32256 - United States
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Last updated: 2021-06-14