ISIS – Innovative Solutions In Space and DHV Technology partner on Solar Panel Solutions

Posted on August 6, 2018 | News

ISIS – Innovative Solutions In Space BV (“ISIS”) and DHV Technology (“DHV”) today announced they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the options to use DHV’s solar panel solutions in upcoming ISIS’ platforms and turnkey missions.

This partnership will combine the expertise of ISIS as leading CubeSat and nanosatellite manufacturer and DHV’s specialism in space-grade solar panels for high power satellite solutions that ISIS develops for its customers, enabling advanced applications ranging from hyper-spectral imaging to machine-to-machine communications.

The DHV solar panels will be compatible with ISIS’ latest 3U, 6U and 12U CubeSat platforms, as well as the larger and new ‘XL’ variants up to 16U satellites.

“We are very pleased to enter into this partnership with DHV, which will vastly expand our capabilities to deliver cost-effective, fast-track solutions for the most challenging and power-demanding payloads and missions”, said Jeroen Rotteveel, CEO of ISIS.

“DHV is very pleased to start this collaboration with ISIS. This agreement is a relevant milestone to consolidate DHV as reference of solar panel provider for nanosatellite and small satellites”, say Miguel A. Vazquez and Vicente Diaz, founders and Managing Directors of DHV

About ISIS:

ISIS – Innovative Solutions In Space BV is a vertically integrated small satellite company, focused on providing high value, cost-effective space solutions by making use of the latest innovative small satellite technologies. As one of the leading companies in the nanosatellite domain, ISIS offers turnkey space solutions including contract research, innovative small satellite parts, and platforms as well as launch services and operation of small space systems. www.isispace.nl

About DHV:

DHV Technology is a company specialized in the designing, manufacturing and qualification of solar arrays for space applications. DHV Technology has flight heritage from June 2014, DHV has developed solar panels for LEO missions, LEO constellations, and Deep Space projects on CubeSats and Small Satellites platforms. More than 40 projects in 4,5 years with Universities and companies all over the world. www.dhvtechnology.com

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