Spacians innovate affordable, reliable and efficient technologies for the space and aerospace Industry. Currently, we are developing the world’s first Space-based electric power station for powering space probes wirelessly, an electricity generator for future space missions, an electric energy storage system, and a space-powered atmospheric satellite technology.
Most of our research is related to energy because we think, Energy in Space will play a major role to develop & design the future of Space Market. At Spacians, Innovation Is not Just An Idea — It is A Way of Life.
Space Power Station (SPS)
The world’s first Space-based Power Station (SPS), a power station that will provide continuous electricity to the space probes through a efficient electromagnetic wireless technology. This power station will generate and store electricity with the help of our Innovative Solar Thermoelectric Generator and Advanced Flywheel Energy Storage Technology. The power station will empower the other satellites and robonauts through wireless electricity transmission so that the space probes don't have to carry big solar panels and heavy batteries.
- 3X Increase in life span of space probes
- Reduce satellite cost by 30%
- Powering Robonauts for satellite servicing and lunar missions
- Reduce 30% launching and manufacturing cost of satellites
Space Powered Atmospheric Satellite Technology (SPAS-Tech)
We are developing the World's First Space Powered Atmospheric Satellite Technology (SPAS-Tech). SPAS will get a continuous wireless electricity supply from our SPS (Space power station) so that it can work efficiently as compared to the current generation of Atmospheric Satellite (HAPS, UAVs). Every SPAS has the capability to provide reliable service to the range of 200km.
Developing a constellation group of 10 SPAS Satellites for providing the world’s first 6G (AirNet) & fast communication service in megacities (New York, Mumbai, Chicago, etc) by 2023.
- Atmospheric Relay System for high speed communication.
- SPAS will be the future’s cost-saving alternative for the LEO & NANO Satellites
- SPAS-Tech lasts for longer life (20-25 years) as compared to conventional LEO & NANO Satellite (5-10 years).
- SPAS, world’s first reusable satellite.
Visionary, Serial entrepreneur, Keynote speaker, innovator and PM Candidate. A person with ability to inspire other people, working for a better world and improve people's lives. Founder, co-founder, president and speaker in several start-ups, educational organizations, research groups, university courses and other non-profit organizations. Natural leader who makes co-workers grow in responsibility and as individuals. Creates and finds innovative solutions with the ability of connecting ideas and solutions from different areas into a bigger working picture. Been traveling and living on several continents and speaks 7+ languages.
Multi-cultural, understanding different business cultures and political views. Have been attending 50+ courses at different universities world wide (MOOCs). Key Lecturer/Speaker at several Swedish universities. Raised over $25M to projects, enterprises, cities and universities. Head of venture partner company and crowd funding organization helping SMEs getting funded. Globally well connected in several areas such as manufacturing, assembling, research, education, medicine, internet companies, media and venture capital among others.
I am really hopeful about the future of space exploration and human spaceflight. Civilization as we know it has been defined by exploration. You know, we need to go off and find out what is around the next corner and what is just beyond what we already know. It is part of our being; it is part of our moral fiber to go off and explore.
Dr. Ravi Margasahayam
After his full retirement from NASA, Dr Ravi Margasahayam, supports NASA as a Docent, giving VIP tours and public lectures. He worked at NASA KSC for more than 28 years on the Space Shuttle and the ISS programs. He has supported over 100 rocket launches, sent 700 astronauts to space, and orchestrated 400 payloads to the ISS. Before joining NASA, he embarked on a decade long journey working in such diverse industries as railroads, mining, helicopters and commercial airplanes
He received NASA's prestigious Silver Snoopy award for exceptional engineering and safety on the space shuttle program. As a VIP tour guide and public speaker, he has provided technical and historic years of KSC to astronaut families, foreign ambassadors, government officials and international visitors. He was dubbed NASA's global goodwill space ambassador by Roy Bridges, astronaut and Center Director. He has traveled to more than 40 countries and 50 universities for invited lectures.
Dr. Ravi has authored more than 60 peer reviewed technical papers internationally and organized the International Congress on Sound and Vibration conference at NASA KSC in 2009 wherein 600 people attended. His photograph standing on NASA's moon pad, Complex 39A, is permanently displayed in the museum built for Space Shuttle Atlantis at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
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