The most efficient space transportation service to deliver missions to Earth Orbit and Deep Space.
Company - Space Machines Company
Product/Service - OT-S, Optimus-1
- In-Space Transportation
- Space Tug
Transport Service (LEO-GEO)
Active Debris Removal (ADR)
- Large Space Structures
Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)
Space Construction Company
- Early stage
- First launch
Space based manufacturing company that is building machines to produce the space infrastructure of the future. In-Space Mobility will transform and accelerate the development of space economy.
Optimus-1, the largest commercial satellite under construction in Australia, is an orbital transfer vehicle providing cost-effective insertion of small satellites into low Earth orbit.
Space Machines confirmed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to test the deployment of nanosatellites from Fleet Space Technologies in 2022.
Four Australian Start-ups have been added to Space Machines Companys’ (SMC) growing list of customers for the launch of its Optimus demonstration platform in 2022. The organisations include Spiral Blue (who are providing the onboard computing for space imagery), Esper Satellite Imagery, which specialise in hyperspectral imagery, Internet of Things (IoT) Provider, Dandelions and robotic arm company, Sperospace.
Secured SpaceX as a launch provider to carry its Optimus Orbital Transfer Vehicle (OTV) to space as part of its April 2023 rideshare mission. The mission will demonstrate the 270-kg Optimus OTV’s in-space logistics services and reinforce SMC’s role as a last-mile delivery services provider.
- Transporter - Extremely efficient and capable space platforms that can be used to transport cargo and help build infrastructure in space.
- OrbitSide Service - Entirely reusable transportation supporting refueling, lifetime extensions, de-orbiting, repairing, and in-space assembly.
- Exploration as a Service - Cost-effective and versatile transportation platform that supports deep space exploration and scientific research missions to the Moon, Mars and beyond.
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