T4i offers electric, cold gas and chemical propulsion systems for microsatellites, microlaunchers, small upper stages, and sounding rockets. The company was established in 2014 and is a spin-off from the University of Padua
T4i was awarded the company's first ESA grant to develop an electric propulsion system in 2020. REGULUS, T4i's first lectric propulsion system for small satellite platforms and nanosatellite deployers, achieved flight heritage in 2021. Additionally, the company is also developing monopropellant, bi-propellant, and hybrid propellant systems, with the aim of serving a wide range of applications..
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Last updated: 2021-06-14