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ÅAC Microtec formalizes Collaboration with Mauritius Research Council for MIR-SAT1 1U mission

ÅAC and the Mauritius Research Council, MRC (mrc.org.mu), have signed a contract to formalize the collaboration to deliver a 1U CubeSat and mission services for their pioneering Mauritian Infrared Satellite (MIR-SAT1) mission. The company will supply a fully integrated 1U CubeSat alongside a comprehensive mission service which includes, training, ground station delivery and operations support. The contract value amounts to £325,000 (approx. 3.8 MSEK) and will be delivered during 2019.

AAC Clyde will support the development of the payload and will integrate the spacecraft in its Glasgow facility whilst training the MRC engineering staff on Assembly, Integration and Test (AIT) of the spacecraft. This is supplemented by a comprehensive support package that includes the supply and installation of a ground station in Mauritius and support for the launch activities and Early Orbit Phase operations.

The training will leverage the AAC Clyde 13 years' experience in delivering nanosatellite solutions and aims to ensure the long-term presence of MRC in the international space community. It will significantly contribute to the knowledge of nanosatellite technologies in Mauritius.

- We're delighted to be part of this collaborative project which is a key enabler for space-based activities in the region. This project illustrates the accessibility of small satellite technology as well as its usefulness, as it transforms Mauritius into a spacefaring nation, says Iraklis Hatziathanasiou, VP Business Development AAC Clyde 

The Republic of Mauritius's pilot spacecraft is primarily a technology demonstration mission which will use a longwave infrared (LWIR) thermal camera (main payload) to collect images of Mauritius and the surrounding regions. The mission also incorporates a secondary payload aiming to demonstrate communications capabilities through an S-band transmission system that will broadcast an update to an islet of the Republic of Mauritius using the on-board communication subsystem. The 1U satellite, MIR-SAT1, will be deployed from the International Space Station (ISS) through the Japanese experimental deployment module "Kibo".

- This is a key milestone in the development of our space-based capabilities, resources and networking within the global space industry. This project will promote and accelerate interest in small satellites technology in our country and would enable Mauritius to develop innovative solutions through data analytics and take informed decisions for a number of societal challenges, such as, connectivity with remote islands, active management of the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and crop yields improvement, says Dr Arjoon Suddhoo, Executive Director of MRC 

2018-11-12

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Please visit: www.aacmicrotec.com or contact:

CEO Alfonso Barreiro, investor@aacmicrotec.com
Chairman of the board Rolf Hallencreutz, investor@aacmicrotec.com

The information in this press release is such that ÅAC Microtec AB (publ) shall announce publicly according to the EU Regulation No 596/2014 on market abuse (MAR). The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08:30 CET on 12 November 2018.

ABOUT ÅAC MICROTEC
ÅAC and its subsidiary Clyde Space offer a full turnkey mission service from design to on-orbit operations including reliable platforms in the range of 1 to 50 Kg; customizable to suit our customers' requirements. Our end-to-end service package enables our customers to reach their mission goals with a single, trusted point of contact. In addition we supply a full range of subsystems for cube satellites and small satellites.

ÅAC Microtec's shares are traded on Nasdaq First North Stockholm. G&W Fondkommission, telephone +46 8 503 000 50, is the Certified Adviser.

About Mauritius Research Council (MRC) (mrc.org.mu)
The MRC acts as a central body to advise Government on Science and Technology issues and to influence the direction of technological innovation by funding research projects in areas of national priority and encouraging strategic partnerships.

27 februari 2020
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2020-02-27 AAC Clyde Space AB (publ)
AAC Clyde Space har valts ut att leverera batterier till månlandaren Nova-C, en mission som leds av amerikanska Intuitive Machines. Genom att utvidga sin ursprungliga order (se pressmeddelande 24 januari 2020) på kraftsystem till att även omfatta batterier kan Intuitive Machines optimera månfarkostens kraftproduktion och lagring på det mest kostnadseffektiva sättet. Värdet på tilläggsordern är ca 7,0 MSEK (730 000 USD).

20 februari 2020
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05 februari 2020

2020-02-05 AAC Clyde Space AB (publ)
AAC Clyde Space har levererat PICASSO, en 3U kubsatellit, till Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy för integrering vid en anläggning i Delft. Satelliten planeras att skjutas upp från Franska Guyana på en Arianespace Vega-raket den 24 mars.

28 januari 2020
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24 januari 2020

2020-01-24 AAC Clyde Space (publ)
AAC Clyde Space har utsetts att leverera kraftsystem till en rymdfarkost som ska landa på månen i ett projekt som leds av det amerikanska företaget Intuitive Machines. En utvecklingsmodell och flygmodeller kommer levereras inför uppskjutning 2021. Det totala ordervärdet är ca 5,4 MSEK (575 000 USD).

20 januari 2020
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AAC Clyde Space har utsett John Charlick COO och Ross Lang Finanschef UK till den verkställande ledningen. En ny struktur för hur gruppen arbetar har också införts för att stödja den växande verksamheten.

29 november 2019
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06 november 2019

2019-11-06 AAC Clyde Space (tidigare ÅAC Microtec AB)

Bolagsverket har idag godkänt bolagets ansökan om namnändring, vilket innebär att moderbolaget och därmed även koncernen, byter namn till AAC Clyde Space. Namnet har tidigare använts i marknadskommunikation och är väl känt på småsatellitmarknaden.

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2019-11-06 ÅAC Microtec AB (AAC Clyde Space)

Iraklis Hatziathanasiou lämnar sin position som VP Business Development på AAC Clyde Space. VD Luis Gomes agerar från och med idag tillförordnad VP Business Development.

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