99.5% OF SATELLITES ARE MADE TO LOOK ALWAYS DOWN TO COLLECT DATA
SATELLITES MISS MOST OF THE TARGETS THEY COULD COLLECT BECAUSE THERE IS JUST NO TECHNOLOGY TO DO IT DIFFERENTLY. IT IS A MISSED OPPORTUNITY.
WE OFFER THE FIRST MODULAR NEXT-GEN ACTUATOR TECHNOLOGY ENABLING ANY SATELLITE TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE IN COLLECTING DATA FROM TARGETS OF INTEREST.
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the people behind the vision
“I created VEOWARE to make the space sector fully scalable, helping the generations to come to move forward where we have not been before”.
Julien is a Physics Engineer specialized in aerospace, he worked on small satellites and payload for more than 10 years. He is business savvy and does believe prepared to address new opportunities, sometimes even before they become problems!
“I created VEOWARE to make the space sector more standard and accessible for all”.
Julien is a Physics Engineer with broad engineering experience in the glass, plastic, concrete, and aerospace industries. Building on his experience working on production lines, he took up the challenge to industrialize the production of space equipment & satellites.
guarantee of the project success
Joerg has been involved in numerous international activities in both space (e.g. RapidEye) and early-stage equity finance since 1987. Venture capitalist in the early 1990s, he serves as board member of several high-tech startups and investment vehicles. JKIC is an Independent Space Business & Finance Advisory firm founded in 1992). Joerg acts as a strategic advisor and coach to VEOWARE since the beginning.
Gunter Schreier serves at DLR since 1985, among others as Head of the Technology Transfer unit. Founding Vice President Geomatics for Definiens (eCognition, now Trimble, 2000-2003) and has worked as national expert at the Joint Research Center of the European Commission. With his impressive network, he helps VEOWARE on business development matters.
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