The company ARKADIA AEROSPACE PROPULSION & TRANSPORTATIONS SYSTEMS S.L. has been selected as part of the “GALACTICA project” within the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Program, with a funding of 100.000 €, for the execution of the investment project “INCEPTION: Innovative Next-generation CEramic Propulsive Thrusters for In-Orbit Navigation”, under Grant Agreement 872336
The company ARKADIA AEROSPACE PROPULSION & TRANSPORTATIONS SYSTEMS S.L., has received a grant of 34.551,10 € from the Conselleria de Economía Sostenible, Sectores Productivos, Comercio y Trabajo for the execution of the investment project “CREACIÓN DE UNA INSTALACIÓN INDUSTRIAL PARA LA FABRICACIÓN DE SISTEMAS DE PROPULSIÓN ESPACIALES SOSTENIBLES”, reference code INPYME/2022/577
The company ARKADIA AEROSPACE PROPULSION & TRANSPORTATIONS SYSTEMS S.L., has received a grant of 325.000 € from the Centro para el Desarrollo Instituto Tecnológico y la Innovación (CDTI) for the execution of the investment project “LANZAMIENTO DE ARKADIA SPACE – SISTEMAS DE PROPULSIÓN ESPACIALES SOSTENIBLES BASADOS EN PROPELENTES VERDES”, reference code SNEO-20222250
PROJECT IMIDTA/2022/9 “MONARK – Prototipo de motor cohete MONopropelente verde de ARKadia basado en Peróxido de Hidrógeno (HTP) de alta concentración”
The main objective of the MONARK project is to investigate rocket engines (“thrusters”) based on green monopropellant and develop an initial prototype of a 5N thrust green monopropellant thruster. Research in green chemical propulsion and the development of the 5N MONARK thruster lay the groundwork for ARKADIA’s future developments of a family of monopropellant and bipropellant thrusters, enabling the development of sustainable and cost-effective space propulsion systems that contribute to enabling the emerging market of space logistics. Furthermore, to ensure compliance with the requirements and needs of customers (platforms and space vehicles providing services in orbit), we have automated our own test bench that allows for experimentation and validation under atmospheric conditions.
The project is supported by IVACE under the “Proyectos de I+D de PYME 2022 (PIDI-CV)” program, with a grant of €61,820.28. This grant is co-financed at 60% by the European Union, within the FEDER Program of the Valencian Community 2021-2027.
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