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Your Mission

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Our Mission

One stop solution for satellite ground operations

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Mission Control as a Service

Spaceit offers mission control as a service. It includes Mission Control System, access to worldwide network of ground stations, satellite operations and 24/7 customer support. Spaceit enables satellite teams to dedicate more time and resources for the most important part of the mission - its key objective.

Cloud based Mission Control System

Instead of being the core part of the mission, cloud based MCS can be used as a supportive service. Its main benefits are flexible scaling, remote usage, automated backups and maintenance, lower costs. Looking at your satellite telemetry from mobile device from anywhere at any time - is it really too much to ask?

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Worldwide network of ground stations

Wide coverage and higher availability creating an easy to use communication infrastructure. Using Spaceit’s service, the mission will have an access to numerous ground stations all over the world.

Satellite control

Premium service, a team of professionals managing satellites in orbit and minimizing operational risks. There is no need for a fully dedicated operator and the mission could focus on the received payload data.

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24/7 customer support

Assisting customers in making cost effective and efficient use of the service. Whenever the mission team has a question, Spaceit is there to support you.

Simplifying access to space

High reliability

Spaceit provides constantly improved and tested mission control system,
worldwide network of ground stations and professional service.

Easy onboarding

Only details about communication protocol, telemetry and commands are required to get started.

Customisation

Missions are different. Spaceit’s service is tailored considering specifics of each mission.

Smart budgeting

Flexible pay-as-you-go service model is removing need for custom software development, hardware investments, ground station licences, personnel for upkeep and satellite operations. Once the mission is over, recycling resources is a responsibility of the service provider.

Marketplace for ground station services

Growing ecosystem

Spaceit provides an environment for radio communication sales. The community unites satellite missions with ground stations.

Resource utilization

Efficient usage of ground station idle time.

Monetized operations

Sale and exchange of radio communication.

Commoditizing of radio communication

Creating economic value for ground station services and a market for the customers.

Meet the Team

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Lauri Kimmel

CTO

Mission Control System development lead and mentor in ESTCube-1 team. Has been working in software development since 2003 as developer, architect, team lead and mentor. Latest positions include solution architect in CGI Estonia Space Team and backend developer in Observant Australia. Almost constantly working on projects related to monitoring and control solutions since 2010.

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Silver Lodi

CEO

Product vision, sales and finances in Spaceit. He has over 13 years experience in banking and sales. Previous positions include client executive, project lead and in-house consulting in two of the largest banks in Baltics.

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Mihkel Jalakas

Co-Founder

Frontend lead in Spaceit. He has over 12 years of expertise in software development. In his career Mihkel has been responsible for various web based solutions for different clients in Estonia and abroad.

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Hanna-Liisa Pender

UX Designer

Design researcher and human centred design enthusiast. She has 4 years of industry experience as an UX designer, working with design and development teams from very different domains such as public e-services, telecom, e-commerce and social services.

Get in touch at

hello@spaceit.eu

Spaceit participates in the ESA Business Incubation Centre Estonia

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 791721