The Application Development Infrastructure in Space (ADIS) satellite is a microsatellite mission by Space Norway AS hosting a wideband frequency agile Software Defined Radio (SDR) payload as its primary payload and a VHF Data Exchange System (VDES) payload as its secondary payload. OHB Sweden’s flight proven InnoSat microsatellite platform has been selected to host the payloads together with supporting antennas and subsystems for wideband communication.
OHB Sweden’s responsibility in this mission includes: overall system level space segment design based on the InnoSat platform, integration and testing, launch, Mission Control Software (RAMSES) and LEOP and In-Orbit-Commissioning services.
Space Norway will be the owner and operator of the ADIS satellite. The first task the satellite will embark upon is to demonstrate satellite-based Internet of Things services in the frequency range 1500-5000 MHz. These demonstrations will be conducted on behalf of the European Space Agency. The satellite is planned to be launched in 2025.
“We are very glad to work together with such an experienced and well-established customer as Space Norway in supporting highly innovative space-based IoT services on the ADIS mission. I am happy to see that InnoSat #7 has found a customer which values innovation just like us,” said Benoit Mathieu, Managing Director of OHB Sweden.
“We are pleased to have signed contract with OHB Sweden on our ADIS satellite mission and to be part of the first Swedish-Norwegian satellite project. Myself and the project team are looking forward to working closely with the highly skilled and experienced team at OHB Sweden,” commented Dag H. Stølan, CEO Space Norway.