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cosine at Small Satellite Conference 2023

cosine will be present at the 37th Annual Small Satellite Conference, taking place 5-10 August in Logan, Utah (USA). This gathering provides a forum to review recent successes, explore new directions, and introduce emerging technologies in small satellite development. Come and meet us at booth 168!

The Annual Small Satellite Conference aims to explore future missions and delve into key technological drivers, operational constructs, and activities that inform and secure the success of small satellite missions at scale. We are excited to be part of this event and look forward to connecting with fellow industry professionals, researchers, and space enthusiasts.

At booth 168, in the Exhibition Hall, our team will be delighted to showcase our cutting-edge solutions HyperScout, T-Scout and Silicon Pore Optics designed to support your space mission. Our representatives will be available to discuss how our technologies can be tailored to meet the unique requirements of your project. From concept to deployment, cosine offers comprehensive support, ensuring a smooth and successful mission from start to finish.

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with our team of experts, learn about our latest breakthroughs, and explore potential collaborations! Together, let’s push the boundaries of small satellite missions and make a lasting impact on the future of space exploration.

About cosine
cosine is a leading worldwide company in the development of space instrumentation, such as Silicon Pore Optics for astronomy and remote sensing solutions with onboard processing. We combine physics and technology to bring out-of-the-box solutions to our clients. We have been developing and delivering innovative measurement systems for space and industrial applications since 1998. Our company operates 1,000 m2 of cleanrooms and high-tech assembly facilities to build and test the systems we produce for customers at our headquarters in Sassenheim, The Netherlands.

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