Cubespace's Wide Network and Capabilities Makes It a Global ADCS Partner

Cubespace's Wide Network and Capabilities Makes It a Global ADCS Partner

Cubespace is a company that purely focus on innovative satellite control systems. With 9+ years of industry expertise and 240+ satellites in orbit and 2200+ deliveries, Cubespace aims to make systems so user-friendly, so robust, so affordable, and so scalable, that it makes a global impact on the industry and changes the way satellites are built. 

They provide systems that enable entry level university students to accurately control their first CubeSats; innovative start-ups to build their constellations and ultimately make their business plans work; and experienced scientists to do cutting-edge research and make the discoveries of tomorrow.

Flight Heritage meets Innovation: Cubespace ADCS

Satellite ADCS used to be difficult, but they simplified it. They mixed many years of in-orbit experience together with innovative design to create a revolutionary new ADCS product.

Integrated, Turn-Key ADCS

The ADCS of a satellite is a system on its own. It requires exact timings and synchronisation, fault detection, isolation and recovery (FDIR) mechanisms, power monitoring and switching, logging and telemetry handling, configuration and calibration of sensors, and complex mathematical models and algorithms.


CubeADCS is a complete turn-key nanosatellite attitude determination and control solution for users aiming to rapidly develop satellites using flight-proven components. These systems combine robust, radiation-tolerant flight computer, flight-proven ADCS algorithms and FDIR mechanisms.


In space, either the earth, the sun, or the stars are used to determine the orientation of a spacecraft. Which of these are used for a particular mission depend on the ADCS requirements for the satellite to function correctly.


A CMOS-based Sun sensor with a wide field of view, low power usage and high accuracy. CubeSense is a highly compact, single sensor head with integrated electronics.


Low power consumption is achieved by limiting the update rate to 1 Hz, using a wide field-of-view lens, and designing power efficient electronics. CubeStar outputs inertially-referenced attitude quaternions or matched star vector pairs.


Different applications and payloads are best suited for different sizes CubeSats. There is no one size fits all, and regardless of the satellite size you choose, the actuators you choose must be sized correctly to ensure the performance needed within your volume, mass and power constraints. They provide a wide range of reaction wheels and torquers, all built for robustness and performance, but maintaining a strong focus on minimizing power, mass and volume.


CubeWheel is a satellite reaction wheel that comes in small, small+, medium and large sizes. It allows you to control the attitude of your satellite.

There are 4 types of CubeWheels- Small, Small+, Medium and Large.


The simplest method of changing the attitude of nanosatellites in LEO.

There are 4 types of CubeTorquers- Small, Medium, Large and Coil.

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GNSS Constellations - A list of all GNSS satellites by constellations


Satellite NameOrbit Date
BeiDou-3 G4Geostationary Orbit (GEO)17 May, 2023
BeiDou-3 G2Geostationary Orbit (GEO)09 Mar, 2020
Compass-IGSO7Inclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)09 Feb, 2020
BeiDou-3 M19Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)16 Dec, 2019
BeiDou-3 M20Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)16 Dec, 2019
BeiDou-3 M21Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)23 Nov, 2019
BeiDou-3 M22Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)23 Nov, 2019
BeiDou-3 I3Inclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)04 Nov, 2019
BeiDou-3 M23Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)22 Sep, 2019
BeiDou-3 M24Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)22 Sep, 2019


Satellite NameOrbit Date
GSAT0223MEO - Near-Circular05 Dec, 2021
GSAT0224MEO - Near-Circular05 Dec, 2021
GSAT0219MEO - Near-Circular25 Jul, 2018
GSAT0220MEO - Near-Circular25 Jul, 2018
GSAT0221MEO - Near-Circular25 Jul, 2018
GSAT0222MEO - Near-Circular25 Jul, 2018
GSAT0215MEO - Near-Circular12 Dec, 2017
GSAT0216MEO - Near-Circular12 Dec, 2017
GSAT0217MEO - Near-Circular12 Dec, 2017
GSAT0218MEO - Near-Circular12 Dec, 2017


Satellite NameOrbit Date
Kosmos 2569--07 Aug, 2023
Kosmos 2564--28 Nov, 2022
Kosmos 2559--10 Oct, 2022
Kosmos 2557--07 Jul, 2022
Kosmos 2547--25 Oct, 2020
Kosmos 2545--16 Mar, 2020
Kosmos 2544--11 Dec, 2019
Kosmos 2534--27 May, 2019
Kosmos 2529--03 Nov, 2018
Kosmos 2527--16 Jun, 2018


Satellite NameOrbit Date
Navstar 82Medium Earth Orbit19 Jan, 2023
Navstar 81Medium Earth Orbit17 Jun, 2021
Navstar 78Medium Earth Orbit22 Aug, 2019
Navstar 77Medium Earth Orbit23 Dec, 2018
Navstar 76Medium Earth Orbit05 Feb, 2016
Navstar 75Medium Earth Orbit31 Oct, 2015
Navstar 74Medium Earth Orbit15 Jul, 2015
Navstar 73Medium Earth Orbit25 Mar, 2015
Navstar 72Medium Earth Orbit29 Oct, 2014
Navstar 71Medium Earth Orbit02 Aug, 2014


Satellite NameOrbit Date
NVS-01Geostationary Orbit (GEO)29 May, 2023
IRNSS-1IInclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)12 Apr, 2018
IRNSS-1HSub Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (Sub-GTO)31 Aug, 2017
IRNSS-1GGeostationary Orbit (GEO)28 Apr, 2016
IRNSS-1FGeostationary Orbit (GEO)10 Mar, 2016
IRNSS-1EGeosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)20 Jan, 2016
IRNSS-1DInclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)28 Mar, 2015
IRNSS-1CGeostationary Orbit (GEO)16 Oct, 2014
IRNSS-1BInclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)04 Apr, 2014
IRNSS-1AInclined Geosynchronous Orbit (IGSO)01 Jul, 2013