5) What are the principal products or services of the Applicant?
8) Address
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​Navigation, Orbit Determination, Orbital Flight Dynamics, Collision Avoidence, system integration and entterprise software development for aerospace systems and much more. www.ai-solutions.com. 

NASA (USA)Robin Briggs

4500 Forbes Blvd.
STE 300
Lanham, MD 20706​


3016550425robin.briggs@ai-solutions.comApproved11/1/2016 10:10 AM
CorporationUSSSL is a Full subsidiary of SSL MDA

Satellites, satellite systems and satellite subsystems

NASA (USA)Silvia Delgado

3825 Fabian Way
Palo Alto, CA 94303-4604

1-650.852.4098Silvia.Delgado@sslmda.comApproved12/8/2016 9:31 PM
FFRDCUnited StatesNo

Specific to the Cyber Operations, Analysis, and Research group within Argonne (https://coar.risc.anl.gov​): we perform work related to cyber resilience, cyber-physical systems security, and cyber intelligence. We are currently funded primarily by various offices within DHS and DOE and key deliverables include assessment reports for critical infrastructure, whitepapers on various cyber security issues, training for analysts and operators, and other related work. 

NASA (USA)Benjamin Blakely

Argonne National Laboratory

9700 S Cass Ave

Lemont, Il 60439

(630) 343-9328bblakely@anl.govApproved4/4/2017 9:52 AM
CorporationUnited States of AmericaNo

Spacecraft modeling and simulation platforms, end-to-end mission support, spacecraft payload and component integration, flight processor assessment, market assessment and regulatory advisory, modular open-system architectures for space vehicles, and satellite performance enhancing technology.

NASA (USA)Stanley O. Kennedy, jr.

​8392 S. Continental Divide Road, Suite 108, Littleton, CO 80127 USA

303-904-6060303-904-6031stanley.kennedy@oak-aero.comApproved5/2/2017 2:35 PM
501 c3USNo

​Open source HW and SW for space applications

NASA (USA)Diego Favarolo

​390 S 910 S

6465154045diego@openspacenetwork.orgApproved6/12/2017 12:15 PM
CorporationUnited StatesBoeing

​Aerospace including airborne, space and ground systems

NASA (USA)Stephen Lambert

P. O. B​ox 516

MC S111-1041

St. Louis, MO 63166

314-232-2892stephen.g.lambert@boeing.comApproved7/5/2017 9:23 PM
Limited Liability CompanyUSMarble Arch Partners, LLC

​Optical (laser) communications.

NASA (USA)Robert "Bob" Brumley

​1818 Library St., Suite 500

3eston, Virginia 20193

202-441-6687robert.brumley@laserlightcomms.comApproved7/25/2017 9:50 AM
CorporationUnited StatesNo

​Communications Systems and Components

NASA (USA)Paul Cherry

640 N. 2200 West

Salt Lake City, UT 84106​

801-594-2415801-594-7366paul.c.cherry@l3t.comApproved8/8/2017 6:29 PM

​Delay Tolerant Networks with security

Autonomous M2M Communications

Signals and Radar Data Compression

NASA (USA)Mehmet Adalier

​5233 Castlereigh Ct. Granite Bay, CA 95746

9166226960madalier@antarateknik.comApproved9/21/2017 3:01 PM
CorporationGermanyMynaric AG

Laser communication terminals for satellites and stratospheric platforms. Optical ground stations for space-to-ground and air-to-ground laser communication.

DLR (Germany)Sven Müncheberg

Friedrichshafener Str. 1, 82205 Gilching, Germany

+49-8105-77705272sven.muencheberg@mynaric.comApproved10/9/2017 8:12 AM
corporationUnited StatesNo

​Lunar deliver and communication services including optical high speed data from the lunar surface.

NASA (USA)Jeffrey Hopkins

2515 Liberty Ave

Pittsburgh, PA


412-682-3282412-567-0129jeff.hopkins@astrobotic.comApproved10/18/2017 4:38 PM

​Satellite Free Space Optical Communication terminals, ground stations, adaptive optics systems, optical modems

ESADavid Mackey

​Hansberry House, Shantalla Road, Galway H91 AHF5

353 (0)91 374884David@mbryonics.comApproved10/20/2017 5:16 AM
CorporationUnited States100%, Mynaric AG

​Complete end user free space optic laser communication systems. Optical ground stations, airborne miniaturized
 laser communication terminals, LEO space laser communication terminals, Laser Ethernet Tranceiver modems.

NASA (USA)Davis Schmitz

​2905 Westcorp Blvd.

Suite 214

Huntsville, AL 35805

256-947-1001davis.schmitz@vialight-space.comApproved10/24/2017 12:41 PM
LLCUnited States of AmericaNo

​Advanced Space supports the planning and operations of space missions as well as the development of technologies and software capabilities to improve mission planning and operations. This work focuses on technical areas such as spacecraft navigation, mission design, operations, and optimization. Specifically Advanced Space is currently working with NASA on the development of the Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System (CAPS) which will leverage existing and future standards to provide collaborative navigation benefits to spacecraft operating around the Moon. 

NASA (USA)Bradley Cheetham

2100 Central Ave​ Suite 102
Boulder CO


720-545-9191cheetham@advancedspace.comApproved11/6/2017 5:02 PM

​Payload rideshare missions on micro satellites, based on standardized payload and satellite interfaces and a standard space<>ground infrastructure. (CCSDS based)

NASA (USA)Pieter van Duijn

715 Bryant Street
San Francisco
CA 94108​

6282367778--pieter@loftorbital.comApproved5/30/2018 8:34 PM


NASA (USA)James Latimer

​2203 Via Cerritos

Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274

310-416-1537jlatimer@att.comApproved7/2/2018 5:01 PM


DLR (Germany)Johannes Sebald

​Airbus-Allee 1
28199 Bremen

.+49 (0) 421 4372 5565+49 (0) 421 4372 28 5565johannes.sebald@ariane.groupApproved7/17/2018 2:05 AM
CorporationUnited StatesNo

​Laser communication terminals for space applications.

NASA (USA)Ryan Kingsbury

8542 Waterford Way,

Niwot, CO 80503

339-234-0138ryan@bluecubed.netApproved6/27/2019 10:23 AM
CorporationUnited StatesNo

PlaneWave Instruments provides robotic telescope solutions for free-space laser communication, space situational awareness, scientific research, and astrophotography.

NASA (USA)Ruben Nunez

​1375 N Main St, Bldg 1

Adrian, MI 49221

407-616-3162Rnunez@planewave.comApproved2/1/2020 2:02 PM

Sustainable Space Solutions -  Process, systems and standards related to the Maintenance of Commercial Space Assets. Both services and software solutions with a focus on component management and reusable space assets. Promoting a standards framework for maintenance and engineering organizations in the commercial sector.

NASA (USA)Jeffrey P Kurkowski

​Company Address:

601 North Ashley Drive, Suite 1100-93608.                    Tampa, FL 33602-4319

9106179679Kurkowski@cmoforai.comApproved2/20/2020 11:34 PM
LLCUnited StatesNo

​Space Situational Awareness products

Ground to Space Laser communications terminals

Space Rocket Debris Characterization analysis

NASA (USA)Kenneth Evans

​3710 N. Courtenay Parkway

Suite 102

Merritt Island, FL 32953

3219780365kevans@vision.engineeringApproved4/19/2021 11:21 AM
Delaware C-corporationUnited StatesNo

Space/Wireless Communications technology and intellectual property (IP) development for the space missions of government and commercial space customers.

NASA (USA)Amogh Rajanna

​1220 N 5th Street, Burbank, CA 91504. 

469-993-3110Amogh.Rajanna@ieee.orgApproved7/8/2021 4:57 PM
District of Columbia (US) Limited-Liabiliy CompanyUSANo

We are a small business providing   consulting in Aerospace Engineering, Systems for Space, Network Engineering and Communications Enginering fields; Since 2015 we have been buy designing scalable smallsat electric propulsion systems, smallsat radar, PNT beacons, independent space vehicles and are nearing minimum viable prototypes and thus need to adjust for relevant standards for higher TIRL. Our  work as a whole represents the next generation of space systems R&D after our teams pioneering work  at GWU as students for Micro-Cathode Arc Thruster (Canyval-X NASA/Yonsei/GWU), Bricsat-P (USNA/GWU 2015), patents in the field of pulsed control of high energy space subsystems and an 2011 novel invention of a persistent broadband linear-circular commutating communications network architecture between earth/mars and earth/moon and earth/deep space, conference papers and journal articles and commercial fixed-satellite and terrestrial microwave engineering products. The company has in-house 100+ man-years of expertise in the above mentioned areas. Our principals have contributed to FCC ITU Working group 7B and ANSI or IEEE standards process. Our interest is to explore resources to develop eart/space ommunications and timing infrastructure to accomodate complex commercial missions. 

NASA (USA)Samudra Haque

1425 4th St SW #A115​

2028123325sehaque@tekterrain.comApproved7/18/2021 11:33 PM

D3TN offers research and development support for network protocols and architectures with a specific focus on solutions for challenged networks. Due to the solid background in satellite networking technologies, the company is able to support and drive research and development projects to push the state-of-the-art in this domain forward. D3TN helps to enhance communication architectures and protocols and to develop dedicated solutions for niche areas. Furthermore, D3TN offers specific courses and trainings covering classical Internet protocols and technologies as well as currently discussed upcoming communication approaches. In order to support concrete projects and to setup practically useful communication infrastructures, D3TN has developed several tools and software products offered partially under free software licences. Besides L1-L7 protocol stacks, the company can provide software for simulating challenged networks with a specific focus on the space domain. Members of the D3TN team have developed the Micro-D3TN (uD3TN) protocol stack which was flight-tested during the ESA OPS-SAT mission. Additionally, the team has worked on ESA's COLDSUN project to provide an approach for low-cost data transfer from underwater networks to the Internet leveraging satellite networks. In general, solid practical know-how in developing prototypes and analyse their applicability in field tests is present in the company.​

DLR (Germany)Juan Andrés Fraire
Poststraße 37, 01159
Dresden, Germany
+49 351 26359875juan.fraire@d3tn.comApproved8/20/2021 12:24 PM
CorporationUnited StatesNo

Technology and services for defense, intelligence, and civil government customers in the United States and internationally.

NASA (USA)Joseph Cox

4161 Campus Point Ct

San Diego, CA​ 92121

(858)900-5595joseph.cox@leidos.comApproved9/13/2021 10:08 AM

​Provision of security services, products and systems for telecommunication and information technologies.

DLR (Germany)Frank Keck

​Kurfürstenstraße 58

45138 Essen


+49 201 5454 2629+49 201 5454 1234frank.keck@secunet.comApproved9/14/2021 9:05 AM
corporationJapanSony Group Corporation

​Electronics, Motion pictures, Music and Financial Services.​

JAXA (Japan)Hiroaki Yamazoe
​Takanawa Muse Bldg. ( reception : third floor )
3-14-13, Higashigotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan 141-0022
Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc.

05031401354Hiroaki.Yamazoe@sony.comApproved9/16/2021 12:48 AM

CCSDS 131.2-B-1 based product

CCSDS 142.0-B-1 based products

​VHDL IP Cores

EGSE instruments

FPGA Design Services

ESARiccardo Cassettari

Via Ponte a Piglieri, 8

56121, Pisa, IT​

+39 050 6220 532administration@ingeniars.comApproved9/29/2021 4:23 AM

​Satellite systems

CNES (France)Xavier Regnier

​5 Allee des Gabians BP99 

+33492926502xavier.regnier@thaleslaleniaspace.comApproved10/13/2021 3:59 AM

​CCSDS 131.2-B-1 Encoder and modulator VHDL IP Core

CCSDS 131.2-B-1 Receiver

CCSDS 142.0-B-1 VHDL IP Core

ESARiccardo Cassettari

Via Ponte a Pilgieri 8, Pisa  56121, Italy​

+39 050 6220 532riccardo.cassettari@ingeniars.comApproved11/23/2021 4:17 AM
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