July has been an exceptionally busy month for Smallspark, with a number of big announcements, and a major step forward in our business growth and development. Earlier this month, we announced a major new partnership with Leaf Space, an Italian provider of ground segment services to satellite operators and launchers. This announcement received widespread news
Smallspark Space Systems and Leaf Space enter agreement to offer cutting edge ground station services to the UK
We are delighted to announce that we have entered into an exciting agreement with Leaf Space, an Italian provider of ground segment services to satellite operators and launchers, to bring cutting edge ground station services to UK Government and private sector clients. Smallspark and Leaf Space plan for a partnership to deliver joint bids for
Smallspark becomes only company to be awarded two rounds of funding from SPRINT for cutting edge aerospace technologies development
Smallspark Space Systems has become the only UK company to be the recipient of two rounds of funding from SPRINT; £100,000 to work with The University of Southampton on the development of its high performance AI tools & £50,000 to work with The University of Bath to investigate new additive manufacturing technologies for its propulsion
It has been another busy month for Smallspark, with impressive progress being made on all fronts. We have weathered the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak without any major adverse effects to our timelines, and this, coupled with even greater levels of public recognition over the past quarter, is a testament to the resilience of the
Smallspark Space System’s recent announcement of three new grants to support the development of their low-cost, environmentally-friendly rocket engines has received widespread press coverage across regional and industry media.
Smallspark recieves additional £50,000 funding boost from SPRINT to use 3D printing to improve its engine performance
Smallspark Space Systems has signed up to the national SPRINT business support programme to access funding for a major project that will allow the company to leverage advances in additive manufacturing to improve the performance of its rocket engines. Smallspark is currently the only UK company to have received two rounds of funding from SPRINT,
Smallspark receives £100,000 SPRINT funding to develop AI for Aerospace with partner The University of Southampton
Cardiff-based Smallspark Space Systems has signed up to the national SPRINT business support programme to access funding for a major project that will develop new software to improve the performance of its aerostructures and propulsion systems.
Smallspark Space Systems, working with the Westcott Business Incubation Centre, has been awarded funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to develop a prototype of its next-generation rocket engine.
Smallspark Space Systems was today the runner up at the TiE London 2020 investment event, hosted at the prestigious Lansdowne Club in Central London. Smallspark founders Joseph Ward and Roderic Van Hoof were runner’s up in the event, pitching both Smallspark’s Software and Hardware ventures to a series of highly experienced judges. The company lost
Smallspark Space Systems has won big at this year’s Wales Startup Awards, leaving with Graduate Startup of the Year, less than 1 year since its founding. (Text from BusinessNewsWales) Smallspark Space Systems, recent winners at Wales Startup Awards, is the Start-Up aiming for orbit. Established in 2018, Smallspark Space Systems was inspired by CEO Joseph