Join our exclusive webinar and virtual hangout during SmallSat 2021!

Join us for a lively discussion on August 11th  or a relaxed virtual hangout on August 12th. To learn more read on.


Same time the next day (August 12th – 9 am MDT / 6 pm CEST) we are also inviting you to join us for a virtual coffee chat in our offices. Our CEO Alexander Reissner and our CTO David Krejci will be available for all your technical and non-technical questions!

  • Hang out with our CEO and CTO
  • Learn more about our new R³ thruster models
  • Your chance to ask them all your burning questions

Again, no registration is needed. You can save the link to the virtual hangout to your calendar or follow the link below to join our Microsoft Teams Meeting. See you on August 12 at 9 am MDT / 6 pm CET!


THANK YOU FOR JOINING! A recording of the webinar will be available on our YouTube Channel soon. Subscribe to not miss it!

During the 2020 online edition of SmallSat we invited a panel of experts from companies at the forefront of their industries to discuss the future of space mobility. One year later humanity is at the edge of defeating the COVID pandemic again through the incredible advance of science and space looks as alluring as ever. We are inviting you to start the morning or end your day – depending on your location –  with a discussion on the latest developments in in-space mobility.

Our guests will discuss these topics and many more:

  • Latest advances in the domain of in-space mobility, including topics like versatile upper stages, space tugs, and active debris removal
  • New business models supported by cutting-edge in-space mobility solutions
  • New legal developments
  • The impact of SPACs and fresh money inflow on industry development

Come join us on August 11th at 9 am MDT / 6 pm CEST for a lively discussion with our CEO Alexander Reissner and our guests:

Adel Haddoud – CEO of Infinite Orbits

Roger Walker – Head of the CubeSat Systems Unit at ESA

Stefano Antonetti – VP Business Development at D-Orbit

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to attend – even on short notice. Therefore, no registration is needed. You can either add the Webinar to your calendar and follow the link in the event info on August 11th or follow the link below on the day of the webinar to join the Microsoft Teams meeting.

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Shortly before the webinar starts you will be admitted to the meeting room from the waiting area by one of our team members.

You can also find the link to our events in our virtual SmallSat booth.

We cannot wait to jump into exciting discussions and answer all your burning questions! See you there.

Attendance Guidelines: We would kindly ask you to be respectful of the rights and opinions of others. We do not tolerate hate speech, abusive language or discriminating behavior. Attendees who are not abiding by these guidelines will be removed from the meeting room.

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ENPULSION is the world’s leading manufacturer of electric propulsion systems for nano- and microsatellites. The company is based in Wiener Neustadt, Austria and has a business development office in the USA. Its products are based on the company’s proprietary Field-Emission Electric Propulsion (FEEP) technology, behind which are more than 30 years of research and development work in cooperation with the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Research Facility FOTEC. In its own semi-automated production facility ENPULSION manufactures the ENPULSION MICRO and the ENPULSION NANO Thruster (formerly IFM NANO) families – the only compact, scalable, and modular electric propulsion systems worldwide. The ENPULSION NANO Thruster became the first European electric propulsion thruster to fly on a constellation of satellites. Currently, there are 87 ENPULSION thrusters in space with more than 200 delivered to customers. The company is ISO 9001:2015 quality certified for the development, testing, serial production, and distribution of space propulsion systems.

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