AAC Clyde Space won a £0.6m order for 25 power systems for a constellation – delivery will start in the fourth quarter of 2022.
Building on multiple previous orders (totaling over 50 units), this order is to support international customers Earth Observation (HEY) constellation scaling. Power systems include a PCDU (Power conditioning and distribution unit), which receives and distributes energy, and a large capacity battery.
The power system is built on the company’s heritage products, STARBUCK-NANO and OPTIMUSdemonstrating the capacity of these heritage ranges.
AAC Clyde Space specializes in small satellite technologies and services that enable businesses, governments and educational institutions to access high-quality, timely space data. Its growing capabilities encompass three divisions: Space Data as a Service – providing data from space directly to customers – Space Missions – turnkey solutions that enable customers to streamline their space missions – Space Products and Components – a range range of off-the-shelf products and custom subsystems, components and sensors. AAC Clyde Space aims to be a world leader in small commercial satellites and space-based services, applying advances in its technology to meet global challenges and improve our lives on Earth. The Group’s main operations are located in Sweden, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, South Africa and the United States, with partner networks in Japan and South Korea.