An experimental GPS receiver, built by Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL), has successfully achieved a GPS position fix at 23,300km altitude.
SSTL is undertaking a project to assist geospatial information provider RapidEye AG in upgrading and consolidating its ground station facilities.
Sir Martin Sweeting has been presented with the International von Kármán Wings Award for his contributions to aerospace.
Sir Martin Sweeting yesterday accepted the 2012 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Space Systems award for the Disaster Monitoring Constellation.
SSTL today announced the successful separation from the Soyuz launcher and subsequent operation of mission-critical systems onboard the exactView-1 satellite.
SSTL today announced the successful launch of exactView-1.
SSTL has today signed a contract with OHB System AG at the Farnborough International Airshow for the construction of a further eight navigation payloads for the European Galileo programme.
SSTL has put the GIOVE-A satellite into retirement.
SSTL has delivered the first of fourteen full operational capability (FOC) payloads for Galileo, the European GNSS system, to prime contractor OHB System AG.
European Commission today announced in London that the consortium led by OHB System AG and SSTL will build a further eight satellites for the European Union’s Galileo satellite navigation programme.
ESA Director General and Minister for Universities and Science unveiled a commemorative plaque marking the inauguration of SSTL's new state-of-the-art Kepler technical facility.
British satellite manufacturer Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) is today celebrating the sixth year of transmission of signals from its GIOVE-A satellite.