ATG Europe BV is proud to announce that it has been awarded, as the leading member of a Consortium with ISISpace, located in the Netherlands; a contract for the development of a Virtual Reality training tool aimed at the training of generic mechanical assembly and integration processes.
For a 9 months duration, the ATG led consortium will develop the working prototype of a Virtual Reality powered training tool, whose aim is to carry out the CubeSat’s industry requirements for a better knowledge retention and ultimately, a more effective knowledge transfer to the assembly and integration process teams.
Gian Carlo Coletta, CEO of ATG Europe BV said:
“As a company, we are very proud to be at the forefront of this technology and contribute to the further adoption of it in our industry. This development will undoubtedly lead to very desirable efficiency optimisation and cost reduction, allowing our space customers to be even more competitive.”
ESA (European Space Agency)
The European Space Agency provides Europe’s gateway to space as an intergovernmental organization. Created in 1975, ESA and its 22 Member States, carry the mission to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space delivers benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.
ATG Europe BV
Established in 1969, ATG Europe has been operating for over 50 years in providing consultancy and engineering services, to the European space sector, including the European Space Agency (ESA). ATG Europe is an innovation driven company that adds value to its customers by enabling them to enhance their position in the market through services, products, and technologies. The company operates Europe wide, with offices in the Netherlands (HQ), the UK, Ireland, Italy, and Spain.
Innovative Solutions in Space was founded on January 6th, 2006 and is one of the leading companies in the fast-growing small satellite market. ISISpace employs over 100 specialist employees operating from its main site in Delft, the Netherlands and a development branch office in Somerset West, South Africa. The company focuses on nano-satellites in the range of 1 to 30 kilograms – providing high value, cost effective space solutions by applying innovative technologies.
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