WHO WE ARE
ST Engineering Satellite Systems (SatSys) is a joint venture company formed between ST Engineering, DSO National Laboratories and Nanyang Technological University (NTU). SatSys pioneered the design, development, build, test and operation of Singapore’s first commercial earth observation satellite TeLEOS-1. SatSys has also obtained AS9100 Certification since 2016, which is a standard that is often required for effective participation in the aviation, space and defense businesses.
We offer high performance, high assurance small/medium satellite systems with unique solutions for our customers.
Creating Space Solutions
Your trusted Partner in Satellite Solutions
SatSys provides its customers with innovative solutions that meet their stringent requirements. The company’s technical team works closely with partners and customers to deliver complete space solutions through system engineering, design, development and manufacturing of space avionics, system integration and testing.
Our space solutions also encompass flight, mission control, and payload mission planning software suite, making the company a one-stop space solutions provider.
PROVIDING SPACE AVIONICS
SatSys develops space components to meet your development needs, as well as design needs of other space solution providers. This is made possible with our in-house designed, manufactured, and tested space avionics, which are cost effective and flight proven solutions.
Our space avionics include:
- On-board computers
- On-board recorders
- On-board network node
- Electrical power system
- Payload data transmitter
Trusted Deep Domain Expertise
SatSys provides customers with Space Solution operation and maintenance services, as well as concept and mission study as a service for customers looking for space solutions.
Our Deep Capabilities
ST Engineering Geo-Insights Pte. Ltd. (STE-GI)
ST Engineering Geo-Insights Pte. Ltd. (STE-GI) is an end-to-end satellite downstream services provider. We offer satellite data, ground station services, value-added services and information products based on satellite imagery to address growing global demand for timely geospatial insights. STE-GI also explores emerging new space technologies and small satellite constellation to enhance its offering to customers.
NTU Satellite Research Centre (SaRC)
Satellite Research Centre (SaRC) prides itself as an innovative centre that provides an exciting and dynamic research environment for aspiring satellite and space enthusiasts. Within the centre, we have a well-mixed team of researchers and engineers who bring with them different expertise and experience, working towards a common goal of achieving excellence and innovation in space technology.
NUS Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP)
A research centre of the National University of Singapore established with funding from the Agency for Science, Technology & Research (A*STAR) of Singapore. CRISP’s mission is to develop an advanced capability in remote sensing to meet the scientific, operational, and business requirements of Singapore and the region. CRISP operates a satellite ground station to acquire data from remote sensing satellites and processes the archived data to standard or value-added products for distribution and research.
DSO National Laboratories (DSO)
DSO National Laboratories (DSO) is Singapore’s largest defence research and development (R&D) organisation, with the critical mission to develop technological solutions to sharpen the cutting edge of Singapore’s national security. Established in 1972, DSO has evolved from a three-member team to more than 1,400 research scientists and engineers working across the domains of land, sea, air, space and cyberspace.
Nanyang Space Technologies (NST)
Born out of the Satellite Research Centre at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, NST offers a range of nano and micro satellite platforms, avionics systems and end-to-end services from design to operations.
Office for Space Technology & Industry (OSTIn)
The Office for Space Technology and Industry (OSTIn) is Singapore’s national space office, and is responsible for; (1) nurturing the development of space technologies to serve national needs; (2) growing a globally competitive space industry; (3) fostering an enabling regulatory environment for Singapore’s space activities; (4) establishing international partnerships and contributing to the development of multilateral norms on space; and (5) supporting the development of Singapore’s future workforce through space-based STEM outreach.