The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the modern world upside down. New rules and etiquette of “quarantine” communication forced many companies to switch to remote work. Despite this, the corona-virus outbreak didn’t affect that much Precious Payload’s everyday business processes because our team has been working remotely since its foundation. Team of 6, we all live in different places: New York, Dubai, Moscow, Sochi, Ho Chi Minh, Abu Dhabi. So we are pretty good not only in helping to get your business to space but in using the most convenient digital tools for organizing the remote work of the company. And in this post, we want to share our ‘work from home’ experience with anyone who may be interested because for any business, including space-related one, staying in touch in such a weird time is a primary task.
Interview with Momentus VP Negar Feher - updates, news, and plans of the spacecraft bus operator
Andrey Maksimov: Here we are. Hi, Negar. It’s February 2020 now. Last time we were here more than 8 months ago, so it seems like a lot of things have
Interview with CEO and CTO of Modularity Space
Nolan Coulter and Scott Weintraub in front of the Modularity Space office in Daytona Beach, Florida
Modularity Space is developing low-cost modular reusable satellites that can be repaired, refueled, and upgraded in space, calling this innovative approach “Click-and-GO”. Scott
Last week Daria Ryzhkova, a CPO of Precious Payload, attended the UK Space Conference, the most important industry event in Great Britain. We put her insights and overall impression of the conference into one place.
Andrey Maksimov: We are continuing our conversations with great companies about big products in the industry. That’s another take from the Logan, Utah SmallSat show 2019. With me today is Doug Liddle from the In-Space Missions company based in the United Kingdom. We’re gonna talk
In early September Precious Payload participated in Indian Technology Congress 2019. It was held in NIMHANS Convention Centre in Bangalore. Bangalore is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka, the center of the national high-tech industry. The congress focused on human digitalization and future
With the support of Precious Payload’s launch booking and space mission management platform, Pixxel, an Indian space startup based in Bengaluru, has signed a launch contract with GK Launch Services, an operator of commercial launches of Soyuz-2 family launch vehicles. Under the agreement, the first
Last month we talked about different launch opportunities starting from stratospheric balloons and various platforms to orbital launches and space tugs. This diversity is a relatively new case for the space market and the number of emerging rocket companies can be truly intimidating. Will this trend
Andrey Maksimov: Today with us is Robert Bedington, CTO and co-founder of SpeQtral, a company based in Singapore, formerly known as S15 Space Systems. We continue our #knowyouroptions conversation with entrepreneurs working on amazing products. And today we’re at the Small Satellite Conference in Logan,
SmallSat Conference in Utah is the best space event to align yourself with the industry, present the results for the year, or get new partners. The Precious Payload team shared a booth with our partners from Orbital Transports, met with customers, networked like there’s no tomorrow, and ran a side meeting.
We believe that the side meeting’s format is great for sharing what we’ve achieved during the last year, and gathering feedback and discussing new ideas with our colleagues. But one thing for sure, it was really hard to compete with all the other great side meetings and poster sessions that were happening all at the same time. That’s one of the reasons why we’ve decided to share the video of our side meeting with everyone who could not attend it for whatever reason: