GSATCOM Space Technologies, which has initiated its first program to develop, manufacture and market the small geostationary telecommunication satellites.
Turkish Aerospace Industries Inc. and INVAP have partnered to establish a joint venture company, GSATCOM Space Technologies.
The new company, GSATCOM has initiated its first program to develop, manufacture and market the small geostationary telecommunication satellites.
The new satellite family will offer a range of telecommunication solutions which will be implemented on a full electric platform in the small size GEO satellite concept.
The shaped beams and onboard digital processing capabilities will enable GSATCOM Satellite Family to provide Fixed Satellite Services (FSS) or adaptive High Throughput Satellite (HTS) services with an affordable operational budget.
Commenting on the joint venture, Vicente Campenni, PhD INVAP CEO, said: “We are very proud to establish this strategic partnership with Turkish Aerospace. Together we expect to accelerate the time-to-market process of a small geo telecommunications satellite with a range of payload solutions to be offered globally.”
Commenting on the new partnership, Prof. Temel Kotil, Turkish Aerospace CEO, said: ”Each day we work with the same belief and determination to accomplish new achievements that will serve for human beings. Together with our strategic partner INVAP, GSATCOM will provide unique solutions on small geo telecommunications market.”