Blending satellite imagery with non-geospatial data to help you find the needle in the haystack. We develop cutting edge tools to automate a broad range of tasks ranging from surveying to monitoring. We process heterogeneous datasets composed from various sources and can also customize the tools to incorporate your own proprietary datasets. The services can be run on-site or in the Cloud, according to your cybersecurity requirements.
We are building versatile small satellites in the range of 25 to 50 kg. Our satellites are equipped with a variety of sensors collecting high resolution optical data multiple times per day on selected target areas. Tasking and archive imagery products will be available soon, with an optional extra layer of AI and machine learning to speed up your findings.
Prior to founding Aerospacelab in 2017, Benoît Deper has worked as a Research Associate at the IMD Business School, Lead Engineer and CTO of Swiss Space Systems, Young Graduate Trainee in the Systems Engineering directorate at the European Space Agency. Before that, he started as an intern at the Small Satellite Group at NASA Ames Research Center where he was working on the PhoneSat project while being involved in a newspace startup company in the Bay Area. He studied engineering in Belgium at UCLouvain (mechatronics) and KULeuven (artificial intelligence), and is also an alumni of ISAE SUPAERO in Toulouse.
Engineer by training and Air force Intelligence officer, General Teste also graduated from the Higher Defense Studies Institute (IHEDN). He started his career on the HELIOS 1 military observation satellite program. He then moved to Head of the Space and Intelligence department at the French Air Force, then National Military Geography Director. Between 2014 and 2017, he commanded the Joint Space Command, in charge of the Military Space policy and managing and coordinating the use of all the French military space assets including HELIOS 2, PLEIADES, ELISA, SYRACUSE 3 (among others). He is Officer of the Legion of Honor and Commander of the National Order of Merit.
Jean-Jacques Dordain was Director General of the European Space Agency between 2003 and 2015. Graduating from École Centrale Paris in 1968, Jean-Jacques Dordain began his scientific career in the French Aerospace Research Agency (ONERA) and later worked as a professor at the National Higher School of Aeronautics and Aerospace in the 1970s and 1980s. He has conducted extensive research in rocket engines and microgravity experiments. He was also a European astronaut candidate. In 1998 he was Executive Secretary at the Japanese Space Agency (then NASDA, now JAXA) and later started as Director of Launchers at ESA, where he became Director General in July 2003. He is Officer of the Legion of Honor and of the National Order of Merit.