Dec 31, 2007


AOES Group BV - The AOES Group is an international engineering services and consultancy provider with over 100 employees specialised in the areas of Engineering Services, Information Technology, and Visual and Technical Communication. AOES is providing White Label Space with specialist support for design and analysis tasks related to the structures, thermal and propulsion subsystems of the Lander and Rover.

Swiss Propulsion Laboratory - is developing a low-cost engine for the landing stage of the White Label Space mission. SPL has long experience developing cheap and reliable rocket propulsion systems for numerous customers. SPL has a rocket motor test bench located on the same site as its workshop and engineering design offices, enabling rapid and extensive testing of its engine designs.

Tohoku University Space Robotics Laboratory - is working with White Label Space to design a Moon rover for the mission. The lab is led by Professor Kazuya Yoshida who has contributed to numerous Japanese space missions including the Hayabusa asteroid sample return mission.

Airborne Composites BV - will provide lightweight high performance composite structures for White Label Space's GLXP mission. Airborne develops and produces advanced composite products for a variety of markets including space, aeronautics, antennas, tubulars and machine components. Airborne operates state-of-the-art engineering and production facilities and has competences covering the full range of composites engineering development including technology research, product design, process engineering, qualification, maintenance and composite repair.

Space Ventures Investors - collects from individuals and organizations vital information about their investment appetite for the space sector and looks at how marketing can be used to change potential investors‘ views on investing in space. By monitoring selected space-related stocks it provides interested investors with space investment advice. It is also researching how capital can be applied to the commercialization of space and identifying the key verticals that are accessible, offer value to the public, and modeled to meet return on investment criteria over a fixed period. Based on this know-how it is developing a range of space industry financial products to enable the private or institutional investor to actively invest in space.

The Austrian Space Forum (OeWF) - is a national network for aerospace specialists and space enthusiasts that is cooperating with White Label Space to promote future planetary science and exploration activities including the Google Lunar X PRIZE. The OewF provides unique opportunities for field testing of advanced hardware concepts developed within the White Label Space team. The OeWf is a volunteer space organization, led by space professionals, and serves as a communication platform between the space sector and the public.

Lightcurve Films - is White Label Space's partner for video production. It is a small film production company specialised in films about science and technology. The company has worked for institutes and agencies across Europe in the space sector, medical sciences as well as for Discovery Channel Canada.

Emxys - is a designer and manufacturer of instrumentation and control embedded electronic systems for science and industry markets. Besides being very active in the space sector, Emxys also has a strong track record in other cutting edge scientific fields including biomedical engineering, photonics, high energy physics, telecommunications. Emxys is developing key electronics sub-systems and components for the White Label Space GLXP mission and for field testing events.

Wrocław University of Technology - has extensive experience developing aerospace communications equipment including the Amateur Radio for the ISS (ARISS) antenna which is now flying on the European Columbus Module of the International Space Station. The Telecommunications Laboratory is developing antennas and other telecommunications hardware for the White Label Space mission.

LunarNumbat - is a team of Open Source developers in Australia and New Zealand who are using their skills to develop new software and electronic hardware for the White Label Space mission. Members of the public can follow thier progress via their wiki. The following three projects are currently active: Propulsion Control Avionics, HD Video & Still Transmission, and Radar Altimeter.


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