What does NuSpace Do?


IoT Connectivity Services

NuSpace provides connectivity across the Southeast Asia region, enabling large-scale sensor-to-satellite IoT applications anywhere anytime.


NuSpace offers a range of satellite services catered to various industries, build satellite missions and provide education/training courses


IoT Connectivity Services

Providing IoT Connectivity to Remote Locations

What's the goal?

NuSpace's IoT satellites empowers users with next layer of data - by enabling sensor-to-satellite communication for mass low-cost remote sensors deployed anywhere, everywhere.

The Sensors

  • Deploy and Forget
  • Low Cost, Long Battery Life​, Small and Compact
  • Direct-to-Satellite Communication

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Satellite As A Service

NuSpace makes access to space simple.


NuSpace designs satellite missions from the ground up


NuSpace builds and integrates the entire satellite for you


NuSpace performs environmental testing to ensure compliance


NuSpace handles launch slot bookings for your satellites

Our Products & Services

Space Mission Design and Analysis
The customer's requirements and any relevant information are carefully gathered and analyzed to generate a requirement matrix. This involves consulting with the customer to understand their specific needs and goals for the spacecraft, as well as researching any technical or operational constraints that may impact the design. Once all of this information has been gathered, it is used to create a detailed matrix that outlines the necessary requirements and specifications for the spacecraft.

The requirement matrix typically includes information about the spacecraft's intended mission, such as its operational environment, target orbit, and any specific tasks or objectives it is expected to accomplish. It may also include information about the spacecraft's performance capabilities, such as its power, propulsion, and communication systems. Additionally, the matrix may include other relevant factors, such as the spacecraft's size, weight, and structural requirements.

Once the requirement matrix is complete, it is used as a reference and guide for choosing suitable satellite subsystems to be used in the spacecraft design. This may involve selecting specific components, such as sensors, actuators, and control systems, based on the requirements outlined in the matrix. By using the requirement matrix as a starting point, engineers and designers can ensure that the spacecraft is capable of meeting the customer's needs and successfully completing its intended mission.
Satellite Assembly Integration & Testing
Once the suitable subsystems for the spacecraft have been identified based on the requirements outlined in the requirement matrix, NuSpace can assist with the procurement of those subsystems. This may involve working with suppliers to order the necessary components and ensuring that they are delivered on time and within budget.

While the subsystems are being procured, the satellite's mission software is developed. This software is responsible for controlling and coordinating the actions of the spacecraft, and it must be carefully designed and tested to ensure that the satellite will operate reliably and stably. NuSpace's engineers and developers run a series of tests and simulations to verify the functionality and performance of the mission software.

Once all of the subsystems have been procured, assembly and integration of the spacecraft can begin. This typically involves carefully combining the various components and subsystems into a single, cohesive system, and testing the resulting spacecraft to ensure that it functions as intended. NuSpace can provide assistance with this process, using its expertise and experience in spacecraft design and assembly to help ensure that the spacecraft is built correctly and meets all of the necessary requirements.

Additionally, NuSpace can assist with the environmental testing of satellites. This typically involves subjecting the spacecraft to a series of tests that mimic the harsh conditions it is likely to encounter on the journey to space and in space. These tests may include extreme temperature variations, vacuum conditions, vibrational loads and other factors that are necessary to verify the satellite's performance and durability. By conducting environmental testing, NuSpace can help to ensure that the spacecraft is capable of surviving and performing its mission in the challenging environment of space.
Payload Ridesharing
Payload ridesharing with NuSpace provides customers with a convenient and cost-effective way to validate their technology in space without having to own and operate their own satellite. When a customer provides a payload to NuSpace, our team of engineers and technicians will carefully integrate it with one of our existing satellites. This may involve modifying the satellite's systems and subsystems to accommodate the payload, as well as developing and testing the necessary software and controls to operate the payload experiments in space.

Once the payload has been integrated and all necessary tests and simulations have been performed, NuSpace will launch the satellite into space and begin operating the payload experiments. This may involve conducting a series of experiments or tests to validate the functionality and performance of the payload technology, and collecting data and other relevant information. The results of these experiments will be provided back to the customer, allowing them to gain valuable insights and data about their technology in a real-world space environment.

In addition to providing a convenient and cost-effective way to validate technology in space, payload ridesharing with NuSpace offers a quick turnaround time for fast turn-key solutions. This means that customers can get their technology into space quickly and without the need for long-term planning or complex regulatory processes. As a result, payload ridesharing can be a valuable option for customers who want to quickly and efficiently validate their technology in space.

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