SwRI will be exhibiting at the 34th Annual Small Satellite Conference, Booth No. 45.
SwRI was founded in 1947 as a non-profit scientific R&D organization to provide services to both industrial and government clients. The Institute provides extraordinary technical capabilities with approximately 3,000 employees and an annual research volume for 2019 of nearly $674 million. SwRI’s Space Systems Directorate has a long and distinguished track record of producing high-quality, high-reliability spacecraft avionics for NASA, DoD, ESA, and commercial space missions. Since the first SC-1 spaceflight computer was produced in 1979, SwRI has developed hardware for more than 70 space flight missions without a single on-orbit failure. The track record of the last four decades is the product of a strong commitment to support for the current and future needs of the space community. SwRI is recognized as a leader in space instrument design and development, command and data handling (C&DH) systems, and mission management.
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