ODYSSEUS provides support at all phases, from feasibility studies to space operations, for space activities in Asia and worldwide, with a focus on small satellites and related novel deep space and swarm solutions.
ODYSSEUS was created in 2016, by space professionals with extensive experience in space agencies, research institutions and nanosatellite industries in Europe and Asia.
ODYSSEUS team members have already participated in 12+ small satellite missions from 7 different countries. 8 have been already successfully launched and operated.
Located in Tainan, Taiwan, ODYSSEUS benefits from its partnership with the high tech campus of the National Cheng Kung University which provides access to its latest research and development facilities and expertise in small satellites.
ODYSSEUS is playing a major role in enhancing and facilitating international cooperation between Asia and the rest of the world in order to put together innovative concepts and technologies to push back the boundaries of what is currently feasible with nanosatellites missions.
ODYSSEUS aims at providing innovative technologies and solutions for future deep space and swarm small satellite missions. The following technologies are part of ODYSSEUS interest and development plan:
AXELSPACE (Japan) is developing a microsatellite constellation to capture the entire globe everyday. ODYSSEUS provides its support for AXELSPACE business development in Taiwan
GranSystems (Taiwan) is a precision machinery think tank, management consulting and system-related technology integration company. It is initiating the Taiwan Space Business Incubation Center and has an angel investment function to mentor and support teams. It currently has invested 4 companies in the portfolio.
MoGaMe (Taiwan) specializes in IoT applications and solutions as well as avionics for UAVs and nanosatellites.
National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan), is a leading university, in electrical and space engineering in Taiwan. ODYSSEUS and NCKU are part of the same international consortium to develop the Birdy-T technology.
ODYSSEUS SPACE Inc.