LSE Space Engineering and Operations AG and subsidiary Aurora Technology B.V. will celebrate their twenty and fifteen year anniversaries at a joint celebration in Munich on 9th October 2010.
LSE Space, established in 1990 as an independent space consultancy, has been supporting clients, in both the industrial and public sectors of the space market, for twenty years with a wide offering of spacecraft operations and ground systems engineering services.
Since its establishment, LSE Space has developed into a company of 140 staff with operations in Germany (Munich and Darmstadt) and a further presence in the Netherlands, Spain and the United Arab Emirates. In 2004, LSE became part of the Swedish Space Corporation group.
In 2010 LSE Space reported two important events - the acquisition of the Dutch space consultancy Aurora Technology B.V. and the incorporation of LSE Space Middle East JLT in Dubai (UAE). Aurora Technology fits well with the overall core business of LSE and is active in the Netherlands and Spain. Aurora contributes strongly to LSE Space team bringing additional skills and new business areas.
LSE Space Middle East will allow the company a constant and active presence in the Middle East and Africa as interests in the space business become more expansive in these regions.
As an independent entity, LSE Space provides complete space consultancy services to satellite operators. LSE's expertise covers all major aspects of space projects:
- Satellite operations engineering and training
- Satellite and ground station round-the-clock operations
- Ground segment systems engineering
- Ground station and network engineering
- Flight dynamics operations engineering
- Consultancy for contractors and clients
- Payload and Bus Engineering and Consultancy
Today LSE Space provides services to high quality national and international clients from the industrial and public domains including the European Space Agency (ESA) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR).
Both LSE Space and Aurora are proud of the results achieved so far and now are looking forward to new challenges in the space arena.
Tony Lancaster, the company's founder and Managing Director stated:
"LSE Space is one of the leading suppliers of space engineering services in Europe and we have had a successful and challenging journey to arrive where we are today. LSE Space is looking forward to the challenges of extending our services well beyond today's geographical and commercial reach."