The know-how of ATG Engineering and Radboud Radio Lab will allow a number of key enabling technologies to be developed jointly under a set of R&D initiatives.
ATG Europe and Radboud’s shared vision contemplates the involvement of different technological Dutch stakeholders, in order to establish a scientific research infrastructure on the Moon. Space exploration is part of the future of mankind, representing the next technological frontier. An impossible endeavour without a meaningful and effective cooperation. ATG Engineering and Radboud couldn’t be prouder in setting this first step to support the ALO Moon Project.
We would like to thank NL Space for hosting our event, at the Space Tech Expo 2022 allowing us to remark our desire for cooperation with Dutch and International partners.
“The ALO Moon project appears as a challenging vision today, but could serve as tomorrow’s flagship for European Exploration programmes” said Gian Carlo Coletta – CEO of ATG Europe
“The aim of the collaboration between Radboud Radio Lab and ATG Europe is to achieve ground-breaking science. By maintaining a creative and innovative mindset, we can develop key enabling technologies to operate on the Moon, and beyond. We must work together to achieve the impossible. We want to inspire, to challenge ourselves to push the boundaries and reach beyond the stars, and open a new door on the universe.” added Marc Klein Wolt – Director of the Radboud Radio Lab at the Radboud University in Nijmegen.
For 50 years we have been supporting our customers to transform their challenges into success by providing services with expertise and innovative thinking. Today, ATG Europe is a key player in delivering engineering services, solutions, and technologies to the European Space, Defense and Big science sectors. We provide value-added engineering services, products, and technology at the highest possible standards in order to help accelerate innovation on all fronts.
Find out more at https://www.atg-europe.com/
Radboud Radio Lab
The Radboud Radio Lab (RRL) is a team of talented researchers and engineers involved in multiple instrumentation projects of the department of Astrophysics of the Radboud University in Nijmegen, providing expertise on software engineering, electrical engineering, system engineering, project management, all combined with expert scientific know-how.
In addition, the RRL manages and operates the optical and radio telescope facilities at the faculty of science, which are used for student projects but also serve as test environment for instrumentation projects
Find out more at https://www.radboudradiolab.nl