ARQUIMEA will industrialise the cameras for the medium-sized telescopes (MST) of the Cherenkov observatory, to explore the highest energies of the extreme universe.
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ARQUIMEA showcases its marauding systems and surveillance RPAS for defence and security at the UNVEX 2022 event.
ARQUIMEA presents in Eurosatory eCOMPASS to completes its electronic and information systems portolfio for mortars
ARQUIMEA presents in Eurosatory eCOMPASS, an electronic aiming solution for mortar that reduces the aiming process to 50 seconds. It is easily deployed in only 3 steps: northfinding, data reception and aiming and firing.
ARQUIMEA unveils in Eurosatory its loitering UAS Q-SLAM-40 a tactical multi-purpose aircraft system designed to perform safely and efficiently different types of short-range operations including protection, surveillance,
reconnaissance, target acquisition or damage assessment.
The congress coincides with the launch of the PERTE CHIPS, which will be an essential boost for the industry, especially aerospace, and for which Spain has the opportunity to position itself as a key player.
ARQUIMEA has announced a $15 million investment in the Israeli space technology company NSLComm. This investment is part of the Spanish technology company’s international expansion plans, which were the basis for ARQUIMEA’s first bond issuance last December.
ARQUIMEA is presenting its technologies, products and services at the 17th edition of DSA, the leading defence and security exhibition in Southeast Asia, which is being held in Kuala Lumpur from 28 to 31 March.
9th Congress on Integrated Circuits for Space Applications (AMICSA) will be held this year in Madrid.
La ESA y ARQUIMEA reunirán del 30 de mayo al 3 de junio en el Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid a más de un centenar de expertos de todo el mundo.
ARQUIMEA and NSLComm team up to develop BeetleSat, the next generation LEO Backhaul Satellite Constellation
ARQUIMEA and NSLComm team up to develop BeetleSat, the next generation LEO Backhaul Satellite Constellation. BeetleSat’s non-terrestrial telecom infrastructure will provide satellite operators and global service suppliers with a high-performance LEO satellite telecom layer supplementing their own operations with a ubiquitous, secure, low-latency, cost-effective, multi-gigabyte telecom platform.
Viasat and ARQUIMEA are developing a dual-band antenna to allow users to roam between multi-band satellite constellations
Viasat and ARQUIMEA created the G-18L X/Ka antenna — an innovative, dual-band antenna designed specifically to be fitted easily on airborne platforms and communicate with satellites in both X-band and Ka-band frequencies.