Small satellite launch services
Since 2007, ISIS has been carrying out numerous successful launch campaigns for small satellite through its launch services subsidiary Innovative Space Logistics (ISL) and it is one of the leading players in the small satellite launch business. To date, ISIS and ISL have executed or supported more than 10 launch campaigns on various launch vehicles, successfully sending more than 75 satellites into orbit.
The motto of our ISILaunch Services is to make the launch of your small satellite as simple and ‘easy’ as possible, for you. We can offer you a complete package deal, taking care of all aspects of the launch, or we can offer you a solution tailored to your specific needs.
ISL offers regular piggyback launch opportunities for small spacecraft, to low earth orbit on a variety of different launch vehicles. Different orbit types and specific launch periods may also available on request. For additional information or launch requests, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the ISILaunch Request For Offer form below in order to provide you with a launch offer.
ISILaunch services include:
Launch acquisition and coordination
Coordination and negotiation of reservation of a suitable launch slot on one of the identified launch opportunities.
Full campaign management
Technical and programmatic management, including arrangement & coordination of the pre-launch deployer integration campaign.
Technical interface control
Arrangement and coordination of the technical interfaces, equipment and documentation required for launch acceptance.
Logistics coordination and support
Coordination of flight hardware logistics to the launch site and facilitating travel of personnel to and from integration facilities.
Launch deployer and interface hardware
Arrangement of launch adapter (slot)/separation system included. For CubeSats, ISIS deployment systems for 1U up to 16U available.
Launch vehicle integration
Final preparation campaign at the launch site, with final checkout of payloads and integration of payloads to the launch vehicle.