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MODULARITY
AS A SERVICE

SPiN enables manufacturers to integrate components and subsystems efficiently and cheaply, in a modular concept, empowering satellite manufacturers to spend high-value time and money where it counts: pursuing new ventures.

 

WHO WE ARE

SPiN is a leading provider of modularity solutions for the space sector, offering  satellite integration solutions to transform satellites to modular systems: a service to design satellites in a flexible concept using model based system engineering methodology and a plug and play adapter, the MA61C intelligent data node. Founded in 2015, after winning the first prize at Startup Weekend Space in Bremen, today we offer smart, innovative services to space ventures worldwide.

 

WHAT WE OFFER

SPiN offers a satellite integration solution to transform satellites to modular systems.
A service to design satellites in a flexible concept using model based system engineering methodology and a plug and play adapter, the MA61C intelligent data node.

DESIGN

SPiN provides satellite design services to lower prices and accelerate missions lead times of our customers. SPiN's universal adapter MA61C, enable access to a wider range of suppliers. The service can include avionics, software architecture, assembly, integration and testing.

SOFTWARE

SPIN's engineers are able to integrate satellite components at a fraction of the time, speeding up the spacecraft manufacturing and its launch to market.  Thanks to the universal adapter MA61C SPiN offers effortless and seamless software integration. ,

HARDWARE

We integrate satellite components seamlessy and without user intervention thanks to MA61C, an intelligent data node adapter that can automatically recognize and integrate new devices without the need to choose a standard

 

MA61C

revolutionising satellite manufacturing with plug and play

Historically, satellite components and subsystems were highly customized, with no standardized assembly. With our experience and innovative technology, we strive to simplify satellite assembly, testing and integration processes and increase space ventures profitability. Founded in 2015, SPIN with its incredible team have worked tirelessly to bring the company to the forefront of the industry. We will continue to work relentlessly to democratize access to space by eliminating the hassle of standards compatibility and providing smart, affordable for companies of all sizes.

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NEWS

 
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SPIN-1

SPiN -1 announced a cubesat in orbit demo mission to demonstrate in-orbit reconfiguration and the benefits of modular satellite assembly with off-the-shelf components through MA61C, SPiN’s universal adapter. The satellite will be as large as 1U, reach an altitude between 300-500Km and it will be operational for 2 months. The mission is carried out in partnership with Telespazio Germany, Hyperion Technologies B.V., Crystalspace OU, NewSpace Systems and the Technical University of Munich, who provided essential hardware and software to the mission.

PROJECTS

SPiN works with industry, space agencies, research institutions and international organisations across the globe to develop a sustainable and cost efficient way to assemble sateliites.

MODULAR ADCS

The Attitude Determination and Control System (ADCS) is the first close loop, stand alone system for small satellite based on a modular design. The modular ADCS is based on the MA61C smallsat and modular ADCS software that suits a wide range of missions, including Earth Observation (EO), Telecommunications and space transportation (space tugs). It is designed with the support of the European Space Agency (ESA) and currently reached TRL 5.

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SPIN - 1

SPiN-1is a cubesat in orbit demo mission to demonstrate in-orbit reconfiguration and the benefits of modular satellite assembly with off-the-shelf components through MA61C, SPiN’s universal adapter. The satellite will be as large as 1U, reach an altitude between 300-500Km and it will be operational for 2 months.

The mission was launched on May 25 and it is carried out in partnership with TelespazioVega, AAC Clyde Space, CrystalSpace, NewSpace Systems and the TU München, who provided essential hardware and software to the mission.

 

TESTIMONIALS

What They’re Saying

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“ The electrical interfaces of DSI's standard products have to be usually customized depending on the requirements from customer to another. The resulting re-design efforts are usually not negligible. A product like MA61C adapter would allow direct re-use of DSI products in different scenarios with minor changes, hence optimizing re-use costs! ”

Elias Hashem, 

Business Development Manager at DSI GmbH

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“[MA61C] is a unique way to make standardization and plug and play happen”

​Chad Anderson, Managing Director Space Angel Network