From October 2nd to 3rd, the Toulouse Space Week took place at the Cité de l’Espace, gathering international participants for a series of conferences, meetings, and tours.
It offered a platform for participants to delve into the latest advancements in space technology and gain valuable industry insights. One of the highlights was the presentation of our development strategy for reaction wheels. While our current range caters to satellites weighing between 10 and 150 kg, we are now focusing on expanding our product line to provide high-quality reaction wheels for satellites up to 1000 kg.
With a multitude of conferences featuring prominent speakers, attendees had the opportunity to learn about emerging trends, innovations, and the future of the space sector. As we presented our strategy for expanding our reaction wheel range, it was clear that space technology is evolving rapidly, opening new horizons for satellite development and exploration.
Participants had the opportunity to explore the facilities of prominent industry players including Comat. Visitors were amazed to witness the entire value chain under one roof – from design and engineering to production and AIT (Assembly, Integration, and Testing). Whether it’s for our clients or our “made in Comat” products, controlling these essential stages internally is the cornerstone of our expertise, ensuring the highest quality in space technology.