HEMERIA has been selected by REDWIRE SPACE to design, develop, build, integrate and test harnesses for their first Staark® LEO-S10 robotic arm.

REDWIRE SPACE, a company based in the United States and Luxembourg, develops critical space solutions and high-reliability components for space exploration. The new high-tech products from REDWIRE SPACE include the Staark® LEO-S10 robotic arm qualified for space missions to Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) offering a low-cost, short lead-time robotic handling technology.

This robotic arm is designed to anticipate future Space needs and could be integrated into spacecraft or satellites, where its role will be to catch, handle or reposition objects or space debris. 

Building on a lengthy heritage in the field of harnesses and widely recognized know-how, with this contract HEMERIA enters a new market segment for a new customer, thus confirming its capacity for international development in new business sectors. 

This new project also bears witness to the joint desire by REDWIRE SPACE and HEMERIA to build a long-term partnership around this product, the first flight model of which is scheduled for 2022.

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In early 2020, KINEIS ordered a constellation of 25 smallsats for the Internet of Things (IoT) from HEMERIA. This constellation benefits from the same industrial consortium as that of ANGELS: HEMERIA for the platforms and solar arrays, THALES ALENIA SPACE for project ownership and SYRLINKS for the payloads.

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