Welcome to the NewSpace Systems Exhibitors Profile page!
We regret not being able to give you a warm welcome at this year’s conferences, however we look forward to virtually connecting with you and discussing your ADCS requirements.
On this page, you will find all the information and quick links to navigate our website. Be sure to check out our “Behind the Scenes” client case study video and watch our products’ journey to space!
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NewSpace Systems (NSS) is a privately-owned, advanced manufacturer of robust spacecraft components and sub-systems with facilities in South Africa, the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Particularly strong in the area of Attitude Determination and Control Solutions, the NSS team has more than 30+ years of experience in this industry.
Whether offering clients access to flight proven off-the-shelf ADCS products or, working closely with teams to develop custom solutions, the NSS team understands that each mission is unique and strives to enable the mission success of our partners through close collaboration. In this spirit, the NSS team have also supported several partners with extended services such as contract manufacturing and technology commercialisation.
Ultimately, the NSS team are committed to delivering on high-quality solutions and services and do so via our state-of-the-art facilities which comprise of ISO 14644-1 certified cleanrooms and ESA accredited technicians who work according to the rigorous ECSS standards. Furthermore, our Quality Management System is ISO 9001:2015 certified.
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A Messagefrom the CEO
Study will focus on expanding Glide2 – a GPS-guided parafoil system targeted at the precision recovery/return of payloads, rocket boosters and space vehicles from space.