Every year, countless startups come into existence over the world. Startups are opening in almost every field that one can think of. An industry that has gained immense popularity in the long list of startups is the space tech industry. The emerging companies within this space tech industry have the potential to reach lofty heights and cater to the requirements of the organization. Here in this article, we will talk about the top 10 space tech startups to look out for in 2023.
Skyroot Aerospace is a space tech company that ex-ISRO scientists founded. The scientist had worked on the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV)-Mk. III at India’s Space Research Association. Skyroot Aerospace has recently grabbed eyeballs for successfully test-firing India’s first fully cryogenic 3D printed liquid propulsion engine.
Pixel gained the attention of the world like never before. Pixel has designed and built its hyperspectral imaging satellites. The CEO and co-founder of the aerospace company, Awais Ahmed, recently stated that the company now seeks to launch two satellites in early 2022, while a third one is under the testing stage.
Ephemersys is a Hungarian startup that permits space scientists and researchers to analyze multiple scenarios on multiple orbits and compare them to achieve rapid decision-making. Ephemersys is a CubeSat builder; data and RF-Link analysis, power analysis, radiation analysis, thermal analysis, and lifetime and debris analysis are a few of its many remarkable features.
Dcube is a German-based startup that manufactures nano-satellite actuators and deployable structures for the commercial space industry. The aerospace company, DcubeD has come up with a product, Space Selfie Stick D3S3, which has gained popularity and has made headlines. DcubeD performs the tasks like monitoring and detecting problems without relying on onboard sensors.
Bellatrix Aerospace is yet another Indian space tech startup that launched its rocket. In the future, it is expected that there will be a soak test of its proprietary hall-effect thruster. Bellatrix’s 2022 test launch may prove critical to many of its plans.
myelin is a US-based space tech startup that builds space robotics software. The company offers onboard cognitive and sensory processing capabilities using neuromorphic computing technology. The entire focus of MyelinS is to enable the robots to move around, sense their environment, and make real-time decisions.
Dhruva Space is an Indian space tech startup. The plan of this aerospace company has in place as a motive to deploy multiple constellations depending on the kind of demand its clients have. Dhruva Space plans to have its ground and launch stations, offering them as services for companies that want access to space.
Mission Space is a Latvian space tech startup that facilitates space weather monitoring. The startup’s software analyses the data and offers real-time updates on the ground about space weather changes. This helps in making the right decisions quickly.
The startup, Agnikul Cosmos, managed to test-fire and showcase its semi-cryogenic second-stage rocket engine. The Agnikul Cosmos is the first of its kind in the world. It is an India-based space tech startup ready to grab eyeballs shortly.
Solstorm, a Norwegian space tech startup, aims to enable hybrid propulsion. The propulsion system of Solstorm does not use external engines, fuels, or internal supply for propulsion.