Arkisys is building one of the first Business Platforms in Space for new Technology Hosting, Satellite Integration, Assembly and Resupply.
Service - The Port
- Microgravity & ISS Flight Service
- Microgravity Flight Service (LEO)
- 3) Development
- First launch
"The Port" is a lighthouse on orbit and a beacon to enable existing and new customers and markets in Earth orbit, the Moon, Mars and beyond. The Arkisys Port Outpost supports scaleable rapid prototyping, new payload and technology testing, assembly and integration of new free-flying space platforms, and a destination for orbital transfer vehicles and on-orbit assembly and manufacturing.
We are unlocking undiscovered markets and enabling pioneering technologies for the new ecosystem of space development.
Received $366,000 from DIU for the Orbital Outpost project in March. The company, based in Southern California, says on its website that it will build “platforms and vessels that will be able to be re-docked and re-used again and again” to enable low-cost space applications.
We build Space platforms and vessels that will be able to be re-docked and re-used again and again, enabling low cost lease-based services for new innovations, inventions, communications, and creative assemblies in Space.
Through adaptive hardware and software interfaces, web-based interface ordering, and options for fast launch and data transport, Arkisys provides multiple services for a Global customer base. We are developing a platform that will connect you to your data, your mission and your new space vessel.
Arkisy, who is building the world's first robotic Space Outpost for Assembly, Integration and Resupply called the Port, is teaming up with iBOSS, an innovative provider of space products and services, to design advanced space architectures for assembly and aggregation of satellite spacecraft in orbit and beyond.
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