The order is expected to be delivered in the middle of 2023.
The AAC Clyde Space’s Sirius computer and the Starbuck Mini power system were originally developed for the first InnoSat satellite, as part of a program financed by the Swedish National Space Agency. They are now used extensively in a variety of space missions, offering industry leading, robust performance for small and medium sized satellites.
“Sirius and Starbuck are increasingly popular as the standard for small satellite models, combining capability, quality, fast delivery and a very competitive price. We are delighted to see our products once again powering an InnoSat class satellite,” said AAC Clyde Space CEO, Luis Gomes.