Posted on
15/4/2020

A series of webinars dedicated to ExoOPS™

Mission Design during April

A series of webinars dedicated to ExoOPS™

Following Exotrail's Covid-related announcement to release for free in April ExoOPS™ - Mission Design , our mission software for constellations and propulsion, we are hosting a series of webinars dedicated to ExoOPS™ - Mission Design. After the first webinar on 7th of April, dedicated to the software's basic features, a second webinar will show an advanced constellation full analysis use-case. Stay tuned for more info!

Paul Lascombes, cofounder & Chief Scientist who is leading ExoOPS™ development, commented about the first webinar:

I would like to thank the 50+ attendees to the webinar. Such a participation testifies the space community needs for user-friendly and effective mission analysis tools. We are undoubtedly happy about this, and we look forward in receiving everyone feedback after this one-month free period of utilization. Shaping our products according to the customer needs is a priority for us!

Here is a catch-up summary of all our recent great news related to ExoOPS™:

  • Our software is commercially available since February 2020 and Eutelsat is one of our prime customers.
  • In the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, Exotrail decided to offer 1 month of free use of the software with full functionalities unlocked.
  • In addition to the numerous contextual help & tutorial videos, Exotrail organized a webinar on April 7, 2020 to enable a numerous people to get kick-started on the software. It was hosted by our fabulous space dynamics engineer Paul Dewost. Many examples were ran and explained, and all basic functionalities of the software were covered. This first webinar was designed to understand the possibilities offered by ExoOPS™ - Mission Design with its 4 different modules:
  • Constellation performance analysis;
  • Constellation launch and deployment simulation and optimization;
  • A quick, analytical module to compute various propulsion-related metrics for many missions;
  • A detailed, system-level simulation environment to perform accurate missions with system constraints.
  • The video is now available, just click the play button below. You can also find the live questions and answers session which followed the webinar following the link.
  • Exotrail will host another webinar on April 21, 2020 (5pm CET/UTC+2) to present more advanced functionalities and to delve into more complex missions. Register here and stay tuned for this new webinar 😉!

ABOUT EXOOPS™ - MISSION DESIGN

ExoOPS™- Mission Design is a cloud-based software that helps engineers to design and plan the operations of satellite and constellation missions. It includes several modules covering all the mission definition process, from the launcher selection and constellation performance evaluation, to energy balance analysis and firing duty cycle optimization.

Find more information on the site or click the play button below.

ABOUT EXOTRAIL

Exotrail’s mission is to deliver agility to the space industry. We enhance constellations of small satellites by optimising launch strategies, improving resolution, coverage, lifespan and overall performance while also providing sustainable solutions that do not add to existing space debris. We do this by providing advanced electric propulsion solutions and mission design software for small satellites. Exotrail has raised more than 6M€ to date and employs 25 people in offices in Massy and Toulouse in France.

Exotrail Press Contact: press@exotrail.com

Jacques Denavaut, +33 6 85 13 13 97  jacques.denavaut@exotrail.com

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