The perception that space is a dream and a romantic pursuit is now becoming a thing of the past. With the advent of small satellites, the barriers to utilizing space have declined considerably, and as a result, the utilization of space for business applications by private-sector companies is spreading rapidly. Before long, space will likely begin permeating our everyday lives as well. We will continue to move forward until the day that space becomes “ordinary.
Space is poised to become the next generation’s infrastructure
Accompanying technological advances, small satellites are beginning to evolve into infrastructure that is essential to society. As a pioneer in the small satellite business, Axelspace provides clients in a variety of industries with services that utilize the unique functions and data that satellites possess.
Axelspace is a company running a space business, but above
all, is a responsible representative of Planet Earth.
There are actions we can take to ensure a long-lasting
future where humans can continue living on Earth while
utilizing the surrounding Space.
In 2003, a new page was added to the history of space development. A team of Japanese university students developed a hand-made microsatellite that weighed one kilogram, and succeeded in launching and operating it, a world-first. Members of that team founded Axelspace in 2008. They have been engaged in a variety of small satellite projects ever since, and have racked up a track record of successes.
Axelspace is a space startup that brings together an outstanding team of approximately 110 individuals recruited from around the world, to work together as one on tackling innovative, small satellite business. Our office in Nihonbashi, Tokyo has a cleanroom attached to it, and satellites are actually produced here.
Want to become the next Space trailblazer? Join us!
Axelspace’s business is growing constantly, and accompanying that, we must continue to grow as an organization also. By all means get in touch to see what sorts of positions we are seeking to fill. No experience in – or knowledge of – the space industry is necessary.