Most of us were part of the core developers team of the successful ESTCube-1 CubeSat mission. We have specialized in the rapid designing and production of nanosatellite parts. We have developed payloads for multiple satellites, like ESTCube-1, Aalto-1, and ESEO. Our fields of expertise are space and satellite research. We focus on nanosatellite research, designing, and development field. Nanosatellites subsystems and components testing, analyzing are the fields we are also active in as we have the knowledge, experience, and necessary equipment for that.
We are mostly an engineering company and the majority of our skills are practical. Our electrical engineering competencies include digital, analog, and RF electronic development, prototyping, and manufacture. The mechanical lab has designed, prototyped, and manufactured several electromechanical systems. We also have programmers who in addition to making normal programs are capable of programming firmware on different microcontrollers and FPGAs.
Crystalspace has labs to develop and test mechanical, electronics, and RF designs. In the mechanics’ lab, we have a CNC mill, laser cutter. In the electronics lab, we have the equipment to design and debug low and medium power electronics and test digital and analog circuits. In the RF lab there is equipment to test RF and microwave circuits, their emissions, and radiation patterns. Crystalspace also has access to a clean room, anechoic chamber, optics lab, PCB manufacturing and assembly, and all the necessary equipment for satellite testing such as thermal vacuum chamber, vibration bench, etc.
ESA BIC ESTONIA
CrystalSpace is an alumni of European Space Agency Business Incubator (ESA BIC Estonia) from December 2017-2019
CrystalSpace is a project partner for TEST-4-SME that is an Interreg Baltic Sea Region (BSR) project that aims to initiate an innovation support network in the BSR to provide testing and consultation for electronics small and medium-sized enterprises on how to demonstrate conformity with international standards during early product development phases.