NEW CONTRACT: REINFORCEMENT OF CUBESAT ANTENNA

TICRA has been selected by ESA to develop a flight representative reflectarray for CubeSat applications. And now we have been selected by TICRA, who now is on of our collaborating partners. CubeSats, which are small satellites, have seen a significant growth over the past decade and have emerged as a viable complement to traditional large satellite technology for many applications.

Hiring post news

WE ARE HIRING!!

Would you like to be a part of the SCSDK-team? We are expanding and looking for two new colleagues. We are seeking mechanical engineers or equivalent to build a solid platform for continued expansion at SCSDK. Do you have experience with composite structures, CAD drawing and a flair for craftsmanship then go check out the job advert at Jobindex.

NEW CONTRACT: ARIEL MISSION INSTRUMENT STRUTS

At SCSDK we are proud to announce our new contract with ARIEL (Atmospheric Remote-sensing Exoplanet Large-survey). ARIEL is one of the three candidate missions selected by the European Space Agency (ESA) for its next medium-class science mission due for launch in 2028. The goal of the ARIEL mission is to investigate the atmospheres of several hundreds planets orbiting distant stars in order to address the fundamental questions on how planetary systems form and evolve.

DK PUBLIC FUND INVESTS IN SCSDK

In 2018, Syddansk Innovation (SDI) – one of Denmark’s leading public investment funds of innovation, invested in Space Composite Structures. The investment indicates a strong belief in the advanced technology of Space Composite Structures and the great potential for further international expansion.

SCSDK NATIONWIDE IN TECH MAGAZINE

Located in the city of Odense SCSDK has started its space adventure by two million orders from two of Europa’s leading space companies Airbus Defence & Space and the European Space Agency. Additionally, University of Southern Denmark has stated the possibilities of new developments in advanced space technologies relevant for research units and engineers in Odense, whereby the Dean of Engineering at SDU, Michael Goodsite, express how further collaboration is key.