Concurrent Design Facility
Welcome to state-of-the-art spacecraft design
The ISM’s Concurrent Design Facility is a dedicated space for concurrent engineering, a work methodology that is replacing the traditional sequential design practices. Due to its proven advantages in cost,…
Do satellites need to be huge?
A CubeSat is a nanosatellite measuring 10 x 10 x 10 cm, completely customisable, modular and designed to operate for 1-3 years in low Earth orbit. These satellites have served…
One small step for man
The ISM’s LunaLab is one of the few facilities across the globe that simulates lunar conditions for testing applications such as autonomous navigation of lunar robots, multi-robot interaction, lunar surface…
What is it like to move in absence of gravity?
The ISM’s Zero-Gravity Lab is designed to allow students and researchers to test the movement of in-orbit robotics, satellites and other spacecrafts in a micro-gravity environment – similar in concept…