The laser terminals of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and ESA BIC Bavaria alumnus and DLR spin-off Mynaric, providing fast internet above the clouds, are going to be inducted into the “Space Technology Hall of Fame”. The award of the US Space Foundation for technology transfer honours technologies originally developed for space that are turned into marketable products.
The DLR spin-off is a manufacturer of laser communication technologies, which are used to establish dynamic communication networks in air and space. Its wireless laser communication products include ground stations and flight terminals. They allow high data rates to be sent wirelessly over long distances between aircraft, drones/UAVs, high altitude platforms, satellites and the ground, in order to connect the unconnected and provide broadband access in areas where existing coverage is low to non-existent.
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The ESA BIC Bavaria seeks entrepreneurs using space technologies in a non-space environment. That does not mean rocket science, but applies to multiple application fields such as navigation and positioning, communications techniques, Earth observation, materials, processes, signals or robotics.
Are you interested in joining our network and do you have an innovative idea yourself? Then have a look at the details of the ESA BIC Bavaria programme. ESA BIC Bavaria has four selection rounds each year. The next application deadline for the incubation programme is 02 March 2018. Apply now for ESA BIC Bavaria