Commercial Rocket Launch Permit Granted for South Australia
The Morrison Government has given regulatory approval for a commercial rocket launch to take place later this year from a newly licensed launch facility in South Australia.
Our First Hapith I Launch Permit in Australia
Taiwan Innovative Space (tiSPACE) is delighted to receive the first rocket launch permit from the Australian Government on 9 August 2021 as announced by the Australian Ministers
FEATURE: Firm sets sights on heavens as space industry develops
‘FLYING SQUIRREL’:TiSPACE plans to test-launch a hybrid rocket later this month and start providing commercial launch services in the third quarter of next year.
晉陞太空打造全台第一混合火箭引擎，佈局 6G 太空物聯網
中美兩大強權正競逐未來 6G 技術標準的話語權，而打造 6G 應用的關鍵技術就是使用衛星通訊，台灣在太空產業上已經擁有半導體、通訊、太空科學等相對應的技術能力，如今商用運載火箭前瞻新創公司「晉陞太空（TiSPACE）」即將補足最後一哩路，以台灣自製的推進系統將衛星送上太空，並計劃於年底在台東進行試射。
台灣第一家瞄準商業應用市場的火箭發射公司—晉陞太空科技，今 (11)日由董事⻑暨執行⻑陳彥升代表，與中央大學校⻑周景揚，共同 簽署衛星發射服務及技術發展合約，雙方將攜手進軍衛星發射市場。
Taiwanese Company Aims At Launch Costs 10% Of Competitors'
Aerospace Daily & Defense Report Oct 24, 2019
A Taiwanese company plans to enter the market for light space launches with what it syas will be 10% of the costs of current major operators, thanks to an efficient production setup and use of hybrid solid-liquid propulsion. Launch of a two-stage demonstrator rocket is shceduled for November, to be followed by monthly launches of larger production rockets in 2021, said Yen-Sen Chen, founder and CEO of the company, Taiwan Innovation Space(Tispace).
TiSPACE is attending the 70th International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2019) on Oct. 21-25 at Washington, D.C. Convention Center at booth 645.
TiSPACE (Taiwan Innovative Space) is a private company in Taiwan specializes in space technologies and launch services. The headquarter is close to high-tech science parks, engine test site is in the mountain and a private launch site is located in the southeast coastline of Taiwan. TiSPACE is a new player in the Space Industry with very competitive space launch system based on hybrid rocket propulsion technology. Other than hybrid propulsion technology, we have also developed reliable GNC and TT&C systems. By fully utilizing the high-tech and precision manufacturing capabilities with locally available parts and materials, our launch vehicles are 100 percent made in Taiwan (MIT), which allow us to enter the dedicated space launch services market with very cost-effective competitiveness.