Brussels, Belgium


The video below is a presentation by VEOWARE SPACE from the 2021 satsearch webinar: "a guide to selecting an ADCS for a small satellite mission". For more information about the webinar, and to see footage of the entire event, please click here

VEOWARE SPACE delivers solutions for satellite agility through Control Moment Gyro (CMG) and reaction wheel technology, improving manoeuvring time to collect more data. A control moment gyroscope (CMG) is an attitude control unit (actuator) consisting of a spinning rotor (also referred as a fly wheel) and one or more motorized gimbals that tilt the rotor’s angular momentum. As the rotor tilts, the changing angular momentum causes a gyroscopic torque that rotates the spacecraft.

Headquartered in Brussels, and founded in 2016, VEOWARE's first product is a Micro CMG, miniaturizing technology that has traditionally been adopted for larger satellites, to enable use for small satellites applications.

The VEOWARE team can provide mission analysis support, help define ACS requirements, simulate required attitude and propose a suitable ACS design to meet customer requirements.

Find out more about how VEOWARE's Control Moment Gyroscope (CMG) products work, and the advantages that they can bring to satellites, in the video below:

In addition, to find out more about the applications of satellite agility, please view this video:


Brussels, Belgium


  • ADCS webinar presentation(3.15 MB)

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Last updated: 2022-11-25