Universities with Bachelor and Master programs in aerospace, electronics, software and communications engineering can readily absorb the technical experience generated by our activities. Satellite subsystems operate under extreme conditions, and must therefore undergo stringent testing and verification procedures while pushing the functioning of all components to the limit. Documentation for every subsystem developed under the *SAT-1 Initiative will be used as a basis for curricula on high-performance components and systems in all applicable fields.
Businesses can not only benefit from our technical experience to develop space-grade systems of their own, but also receive the opportunity to test their own components in a space environment. The *SAT-1 Initiative aims to give all partnering technological companies the ability to develop cutting edge equipment, increasing their competitiveness as well as labor market realization of skilled specialists in their host country.
The know-how distribution program for businesses includes assistance in the development of small satellite subsystems and components for commercial use, market research for space missions and assistance in introducing product innovation and advanced project management methods, among others. Additionally, the *SAT-1 Initiative plans to provide Earth observation data free of charge to both public and private companies.
Research establishments already engaged in space science will be offered an opportunity to both receive technical know-how and collaborate on future projects that incorporate concrete scientific objectives. Primary data is of great value for fundamental science. Sensor data from our satellites will be provided to scientific institutes for analysis and expansion of available databases.