Vision & Mission

In space communication we pioneer with passion and strive to be the number one partner for your success. Our solutions set standards that open borders, and connect people worldwide.


Pioneering with Passion

we will endeavor to find innovative solutions by actively exploring and pursuing new ideas

to be the number one partner for your success:

we will act as an independent supplier to ensure the success of our customers
we will offer individual solutions for today's and future needs of space travel
we understand quality and reliability as our commitment

to set new standards

we are committed to strict adherence to all applicable legal and ethical standards and handle natural resources with the greatest of care and stewardship
we will establish new standards in technology, series production and digitization for space industry
we will improve efficiency by mastering our value chain and focusing on our core business

to open borders

we will master changes and seek new solutions that go beyond today's state of the art

connecting people

we are in direct personal contact with our globally operating customers and suppliers and will work trustfully and performance-oriented with them together
with our communications products, we will contribute to global understanding between people across the world
we will continue to invest in the education and training of our workforce

Conflict Minerals Policy

The ongoing conflict and extreme violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is fueled in part by the trade of "conflict minerals", which are defined as tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold as well as any of their derivatives (3TG).

Since Barack Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act in 2010, every company traded on American stock exchanges has been required to look into the origin of conflict minerals in their supply chains and report on the reasonable inquiry and due diligence in order to determine whether their purchases supported armed groups in the DRC and adjoining countries.

Consequently the U.S. law mentioned above does not only impact U.S. companies but a much larger number of companies worldwide.