Axelspace founders believe the era of practical use of microsatellite is coming beyond educational use, and Axelspace was born in 2008.
Since the launch of Weathernews' WNISAT-1 satellite in 2013, nine satellites have been launched and operated by March 2021 in total. Not only that, we launched the AxelGlobe business in 2015, and we are also engaged in a service business using satellite images.
Muromachi Office closed. Integrated into Honcho Office (Clip Nihonbashi Building 1F-3F).
Announcement of closing of ¥2.58B Series C funding round.
Loan financing of ¥550M from Japan Finance Corporation.
Service Launch of AxelGlobe.
Announcement of contract with Fukui Satellite Technology & Research Association (FSTRA) about the manufacturing and launch of “Fukui Prefectural Satellite”.
Announcement of contract with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) about the development of “Innovative Satellite Technology Demonstration Satellite”.
Closing of ¥1.9B Series A funding
Announcement of microsatellite constellation project AxelGlobe and entry into the Earth observation data business.
Office moves to Kanda-Ogawamachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
Office moves to Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa City, Chiba.