The Berlin Space Consortium is currently building up a whole range of innovative and space qualified hardware products. The different space products supplied by the Berlin Space Consortium not only include entire small satellite system solutions for satellites with a laucnh mass of up to 150 kg, but also a significant number of different subsystems and components for nano- and microsatellites. Moreover, the range of products covers CubeSat dispensers and small satellite separation systems as well as various types of ground station equipment.
The system integrators of the Berlin Space Consortium offer various types of CubeSat standards (1U, 2U, 3U, 6U, 12U and 16U) as well as nano- and micro-satellites with a mass of up to 150 kg. The micro-satellite design is mainly based on the experience and know-how from the highly successful TUBSAT programme of the Technische Universität Berlin. The Berlin Space Consortium works in close cooperation with the "father" of the TUBSAT family, Prof. Dr. Udo Renner.
The Berlin Space Consortium is currently building up a whole portfolio of innovative and space qualified small satellite subsystems and subsystems for nano- and microsatellites. The portfolio includes electronic components, power boards, batteries, communication devices, ADCS sensors and actuators, propulsion systems, electromechanical systems and different types of payloads.
The Berlin Space Consortium offers flexible space qualified dispensers for various CubeSat launch configurations as well as different types of space qualified and ITAR/EAR-free launch adapters for small satellites with a launch mass of up to 150 kg. Depending on the launch service provider's requirements, the hold-down and release mechanism of the separation systems can be actuated both pyrotechnically and electro-mechanically.