5 Top SpaceTech Startups to Watch in 2022

Curious about startups that will impact the SpaceTech industry? Discover 5 hand-picked SpaceTech Startups to Watch in 2022 in this report & learn what their solutions have in store for your business!

Thousands of new startups are founded every year – emerging companies with the potential to disrupt the SpaceTech industry. To give you a head-start on emerging technologies and startups that will impact the SpaceTech sector in 2022, we analyzed a total of 830 global SpaceTech startups & scaleups. Meet 5 of the most promising startups to watch!

Global Startup Heat Map highlights 5 SpaceTech Startups to Watch in 2022

Out of 830, the 5 SpaceTech startups to watch are chosen through the Big Data & Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered StartUs Insights Discovery Platform, covering over 2 093 000+ startups & scaleups globally. As the world’s largest resource for data on emerging companies, the SaaS platform enables you to identify relevant startups, emerging technologies & future industry trends quickly & exhaustively.

The Global Startup Heat Map below highlights the 5 SpaceTech startups you should watch in 2022 as well as the geo-distribution of the other 825 SpaceTech startups & scaleups we analyzed for this research. We hand-picked the 5 highlighted SpaceTech startups based on our data-driven startup scouting approach, taking into account factors such as location, founding year, the relevance of technology, and funding, among others.

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Ephemersys provides CubeSat Mission Analytics

Founding Year: 2020
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Partner for: Radiation Analysis, Lifetime & Debris Analysis

Hungarian startup Ephemersys offers Mission Builder, a software for CubeSat mission analytics. It allows space scientists and researchers to analyze multiple scenarios on multiple orbits and compare them to achieve rapid decision-making. Its major features include a CubeSat builder, data and RF-Link analysis, power analysis, radiation analysis, thermal analysis, and lifetime and debris analysis. The scenario-based analysis tool facilitates nanosatellite mission design. For example, it calculates the heating environment on the orbit and conducts a single node thermal analysis, thus achieving the desired temperature range in the space environment.

Mission Space enables Space Weather Monitoring

Founding Year: 2020
Location: Riga, Latvia
Partner for: Space Weather Forecasting, Space Hazard Warning

Mission Space is a Latvian startup that provides space weather monitoring. Its nano, pico, and femto satellite constellations feature custom sensors. The sensors take in-situ measurements of the near-Earth magnetic and solar wind conditions as well as highly energetic particle streams from interplanetary shocks and the Sun. The startup’s software analyzes this data and offers real-time updates on the ground about space weather changes, thus, acting as a decision support tool to detect and prevent space weather radiation risks. Moreover, it models and predicts various space weather scenarios. This enables researchers to better understand space weather trends, changes, and risks.

DcubeD makes Nanosatellite Actuators

Founding Year: 2019
Location: Gilching, Germany
Partner for: Deployable Structures

German startup DcubeD manufactures nanosatellite actuators and deployable structures for the commercial space industry. The startup’s actuators come in a cubic shape with two threads and customizable interfaces. The actuators are suitable for SmallSat applications like Earth and space observations, remote sensing, and communications. DcubeD’s deployable structures include solar arrays, radiators, baffles, antennas, and selfie sticks. One of the startup’s products, Space Selfie Stick D3S3, enables satellite health monitoring and detects problems without relying on onboard sensors. Moreover, it helps the satellite providers validate the safety and completion of satellite launches.

Solstorm advances Hybrid Propulsion

Founding Year: 2020
Location: Trondheim, Norway
Partner for: Sustainable Propulsion

Norwegian startup Solstorm enables hybrid propulsion. Its propulsion system, Magbreak, does not use external engines, propellants, or internal supply for propulsion. It converts energy from the solar wind to propel satellites, rockets, and other space transport. Magbreak deploys and generates a magnetic field by harnessing power from the ionosphere. The field induces electromagnetic drag that de-orbit and dispose of dead satellites after their mission is complete. This minimizes space debris and enables a sustained presence in space.

MyelinS develops Space Robotics Software

Founding Year: 2019
Location: Los Angeles, US
Partner for: Autonomous Space Robots

MyelinS is a US-based startup that builds space robotics software that offers onboard cognitive and sensory processing capabilities using neuromorphic computing technology. It enables the robots to move around, sense their environment, and make real-time decisions, even in first-time scenarios. These include decisions about navigation and manipulation, maximizing the robots’ capabilities in space. Thus, the system makes robots autonomous and enables human controllers on Earth to cooperate with them more effectively in real-time.

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