Our team of nine organisations has joined forces
to thrust the European NewSpace
market into orbit.

Nammo Raufoss AS is the largest subsidiary in the Nammo Group, with around 740 employees, and is located at Raufoss, Norway, about 120 km north of Oslo. Nammo Raufoss AS has broad experience with rocket motors for tactical missiles and space applications. In particular, Nammo Raufoss AS has been involved in the Ariane 5 Program for more than 20 years, receiving in 2013 the Ariane 5 Launcher 2012 Quality Award for their excellent performance. Nammo has since 2003 been involved in Hybrid propulsion and monopropellant technology using H2O2 as propellant including design, manufacturing and full scale testing of several configurations performed in maturation and development projects with ESA, Arianegroup and the Norwegian Space Agency. Nammo Raufoss and Nammo Ireland have been the main sites involved in this work. The results gained in these projects have resulted in a large interest in the Space industry for H2O2-based propulsion in Europe. Nammo has demonstrated its capacities in the field of launch systems with the successful launch of Nucleus in September 2018.

CT Paris, part of the CT Engineering Group, provides for 30 years high-added value services to get your projects into orbit.

CT Paris brings innovation across the entire life cycle in various segments of space systems, such as ground segment, small and large launch vehicles, satellites, and space debris mitigation. Based on advanced uses of modeling, we bring together future concepts from economic and technical assessments, technology consulting, multi-physics systems optimization, detailed design and margins assessment.

From future concepts to detailed design, economic, technical and margin assessment, we provide full space system capabilities. We are developing a unique capability in design-to-cost and coupled analyses, including MDO, MBSE and Data Analytics and we have our own dedicated HPC cluster of intensive computations and optimisations.

SpaceTec Partners is a unique boutique consultancy as its team combines years of consulting craftsmanship with in-depth expertise of the space industry. SpaceTec’s broad array of services includes strategy and technology consulting, communication activities, and interdisciplinary project management mainly for public institutions (e.g. European Commission, European Space Agency, European Space Programme Agency, European Parliament, National Ministries, etc.) in the space and space applications domain.

In the ENVOL project, SpaceTec Partners is leading two key work packages: commercial opportunities as well as dissemination and communication. These work packages entail a comprehensive market analysis, analysing customer requirements, and business planning as well as preparing investor documentation amongst others.

GTD is a global technological company devoted to the design, integration and operation of critical systems in the domain of space, aeronautics and scientific infrastructures.

At the Space division, our multidisciplinary team offers high technological competences to our clients, cooperating at their premises when required. Our expertise for 30 years in the space sector stands out in the Ground Systems, namely the development and operation of CSG systems in the European Spaceport for command and control, tracking&telemetry and safety; as well as On-board Software for launchers and satellites.

Located in Delft, The Netherlands, ISIS – Innovative Solutions In Space (ISISpace) is one of the leading companies in the small satellite market. Founded in 2006, the company operates globally and serves customers worldwide in accomplishing their space missions and applications. ISISpace designs and delivers small satellite platforms, for single missions and constellations, either standardized or optimized in performance and size tailored to the mission needs.

Airborne is focused on making composites affordable for Space. We are leading the way in the engineering and manufacturing of composite structures for satellites and launchers.

Through industrialization, digitalized automation and applying different production process technologies, we are making spacecraft components more affordable for our clients. Our proposition offers a disruption in price and production volume of panels by applying smart automation, which means: low CAPEX, flexible, scalable and transferable robotic solutions. By co-engineering and close cooperation, we achieve next generation, design-to-cost solutions with our customers. This made Airborne market leader in the manufacturing of solar-array substrate panels in Europe.

Evonik is one of the world leaders in specialty chemicals. The company is active in more than 100 countries around the world and generated sales of €13.1 billion and an operating profit (adjusted EBITDA) of €2.15 billion in 2019. Evonik goes far beyond chemistry to create innovative, profitable and sustainable solutions for customers. More than 32,000 employees work together for a common purpose: We want to improve life, day by day.
The Smart Materials division includes businesses with innovative materials that enable resource-saving solutions and replace conventional materials. The products are continuously developed and adapted to the needs of the customers. They are the smart answer to the major challenges of our time: environment, urbanization, energy efficiency, mobility and health.
Evonik is the innovative leader in high quality hydrogen peroxide and services, offering more than a century of worldwide experience and a range of world-class products that deliver exceptional value for customers. Our mission is to futurize peroxide and to challenge the status quo of existing applications. By understanding current and future needs we develop new solutions, set new standards, shaping megatrends of tomorrow and making the world a better place.
Evonik is a leading supplier of high-concentration hydrogen peroxide specially designed for propulsion applications and sold under the trademark PROPULSE®.

Evonik is a trusted long-term partner to the aeronautics industry, supplying PROPULSE® products of superior quality and a technical service.

As a global team we are the peroxide experts.

Evonik brings its expertise in handling and storing hydrogen peroxide to the ENVOL team. We will give advice on how to safely use hydrogen peroxide and perform material compatibility tests in our labs in Germany. We will also design equipment used for ground operations.

With 48 manufacturing locations in 14 countries and over 17000 employees, GKN Aerospace is a global multi-technological company that serves to over 90% of the world’s aircraft and engine manufacturers. They design and manufacture smart aerospace systems and components for aircrafts combining engineering excellence and technology leadership. GKN is one of the world leading suppliers offering an extensive range of services from a considerable market expertise on fuselages, empennages, nacelles, wing components and rocket engines to sales of spare parts for aircraft engines, overhaul and repair of many aircraft components.

This technological company has inspired and industrialized the aerospace industry with the most innovative technology helping military aircraft to fly faster, more safely, and improve fuel efficiency (lowering aircraft cost, weight and emissions). GKN has always worked with universities, knowledge institutes, suppliers and customers to drive excellent operational standards and moving towards more automation, higher performance and smart industry solutions.

Andøya Space is an aerospace company headquartered on the scenic island of Andøya in northern Norway. With a “can-do” attitude we enable our customers to safely test, launch, fly, research and to gain new knowledge and to create new technology that benefit our society.

Andøya Space is Norway’s leading environment for remotely piloted aircraft and provides one of the largest test ranges in the world. The infrastructure and resources at Andøya Space is ideal for testing of new technologies, and the company facilitates end-to-end testing of weapon and sensor systems and full-scale operational training exercises.

With a substantial heritage in the suborbital launch business, we are now in the process of establishing a launch site for small satellites at Andøya, answering to the world’s growing demand for launch capacity.