Delft, The Netherlands – August 6, 2020 – Hyperion Technologies B.V. announced that they have joined the Orbital Transports partner network in making their smallsat platforms and components available through the Space Catalog. Their smallsat components listed in the catalog are available for platforms ranging from 6U up to 36U. Their complete nanosatellite platforms up to 12U are build-ready for all Hyperion bus components such as iADCS, propulsion, and data processing components.
“We’re partnering with Orbital Transports to access a broader market with our smallsat products and services,” said Bert Monna, CEO of Hyperion Technologies. “We anticipate that offering our smallsat platforms and components through the Space Catalog will allow U.S. customers to have better access to our products.”
“Having Hyperion in the Space Catalog is exciting,” stated David Hurst, CEO of Orbital Transports. “We look forward to incorporating their 12U, 24U, and 36U nanosatellite products into customer missions requiring a larger platform. The Hyperion platforms and components really expand the range of smallsat mission possibilities available through the Catalog.”
Hyperion’s products are currently available through the Space Catalog, Orbital Transports’ digital portal for the smallsat industry showcasing some of the industry’s most innovative and reliable companies. As your one-stop shop for nanosatellite and small satellite missions, the catalog features CubeSat and smallsat buses, COTS hardware components, ground station services and mission operations software, orbital transfer services, hosted payloads, satellite servicing and refueling technologies. The Space Catalog provides a convenient go-to resource to check out the latest and greatest that the smallsat industry has to offer.
About Hyperion Technologies
Located in Delft, The Netherlands, Hyperion Technologies focuses on delivering small, light and efficient satellite components engineered for performance. Hyperion provides a range of CubeSat components compatible with their platforms, including reaction wheels, magnetorquers, sun sensors, star trackers, integrated ADCS, laser communications, GNSS receivers, data processing, and propulsion modules. For more information about Hyperion Technologies, please contact Alexandra Sokolowski at +31 6 153 86886, email@example.com, or visit http://www.hyperion.space.
About Orbital Transports
Orbital Transports delivers complete small satellite programs from initial concept through completed mission. Located in Chicago, the company handles end-to-end space logistics by managing the complex operations involving the space vehicles, human resources, facilities, and services required for successful space missions. For more information about their small satellite mission services, becoming a member of their partner network, or having your products and services considered for the Space Catalog, contact David Hurst at +1 (773) 218-6151, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.orbitaltransports.com.