Atos’ tests answers instrumental in reducing-edge undertaking
Paris, February 17, 2020
Atos, a world leader in electronic transformation, announces that it has supported OneWeb and its mega-constellation method in the prosperous launch of 34 satellites which was carried out on February 6 from Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Atos contributed to this success by offering to OneWeb Satellites the tests machines with revolutionary systems that have greatly lowered the environmental footprint of the course of action – and received an award from OneWeb Satellites for the Payload Exam Programs (PTS) and Tele Command Ranging (TCR) answers.
This crucial ‘OneWeb mega-constellation’ undertaking, led by OneWeb Satellites and supported by Atos, entails sending into orbit, over a interval of time, a lot more than 650 satellites which will supply affordable significant-pace Online obtain across the globe. The initial 6 satellites have been introduced in February 2019.
“We are happy to aid this sort of an ambitious method with our tests answers we be certain all OneWeb Satellites are rigorously tested in the most efficient and successful way. Together with OneWeb Satellites, we make the mass-production of satellites true.” said Bruno Milard, VP, Head of Business Unit Aerospace & Protection Electronics at Atos. “Atos is delighted to assistance determine the top edge of satellite producing technological know-how.”
Many thanks to its advanced answers, Atos was named “Best Ground Help Machines (GSE) supplier” by OneWeb Satellites in recognition of its complex and commercial abilities and the top quality of its answers and customer aid. The award was offered at the OneWeb Satellites World wide Partnership Summit 2020.
Atos’ ProUST univerSAS suite is composed of Energy and RF exclusive look at-out machines (SCOE) for electrical floor aid machines (EGSE) which permits satellites to be tested prior to launch – to avert or resolve any issues and make certain prerequisites are fulfilled, as a result lessening the strategic and economical impression of faulty components.
Based mostly on a breakthrough full-electronic style and design, ProUST univerSAS enhances get the job done top quality and optimizes the electrical power and strength density of satellite electrical power tests. This illustrates Atos’ commitment to an strength-acutely aware foreseeable future and paves the way for foreseeable future environmental-welcoming developments. The option was created by Atos in Austria with Austrian countrywide co-funding through the European Space Agency (ESA).