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ESA’s network of Business Incubation Centres provide European start-up companies with the technical support and business guidance needed to make them soar – sometimes literally.
Taken at ESA’s Noordwijk incubator in the Netherlands, this photo shows Noé Galea of Avionics Control Systems BV in the process of calibrating a quadcopter autopilot.
This young company applies experience gathered in space domains to develop robust autonomous flying systems able to handle the most adverse conditions.
The company’s first products will be autopilots capable of flying a wide range of unmanned aircraft, from sub-2 kg quadcopters up to medium- or high-altitude long-endurance fixed-wing craft.
More about Avionics Control Systems BV here.
More about ESA's Business Incubation Centres here.