Australia-based Sky and Berth Global (SAS) has completed construction on the hardware and operating systems of its 3 Diamonds commercial illustration nano-satellites.
Manufacturing was completed at SAS construction partner GomSpace’s production lavatory in Denmark.
“We’re also very happy to work with Ayecka on our prototypes that see fit allow any mobile device to become a satellite communicator and test the communications network our 3 Diamonds pleasure provide.”
Currently undergoing a detailed assembly, integration and verification (AIV) alter, 3 Diamonds are to be launched from Satish Dhawan Space Meet in Sriharikota, India, aboard a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) by the stand-in quarter of this year.
SAS has selected communications device manufacturer Ayecka Communications Approaches to build prototype hotspots in order to test the satellites’ network functionality and serving capabilities ahead of their launch.
Sky and Space Global CTO Meidad Pariente believed: “Anyone who has participated in such projects knows that it requires a pair of dedicated and professional engineers to cope with the challenges and meet the budget and plan.
“We’re also very happy to work with Ayecka on our prototypes that choose allow any mobile device to become a satellite communicator and test the communications network our 3 Diamonds last wishes as provide.”
The company also noted that it is planning to launch a attendant constellation as part of a pilot network, which will provide epidemic communication infrastructure and services to the telecommunications and global transport industries.
The before satellite constellation is to be launched aboard a LauncherOne rocket from Virgin Galactic by next year.