Your Partner for Your Space

We take your ideas into space, across a wide range of platforms

Turn-key solution, supporting from early stage of payload design phases up to its full exploitation and retrieval/ disposal.

Full set of ground engineering services, covering payload engineering support, AIT/AIV, Integrated Logistic, Operations, Data processing and exploitation.

Wide range of space access solutions thanks to ALTEC partnerships, allowing to meet user needs. 20 years long experience in supporting customers’ payloads/experiments accessing to space.


ISS: the solution for LEO long duration missions, with manned operations. ALTEC has 20 years of experience in supporting ISS utilization.


ALTEC is a SPACE RIDER Payloads sub-aggregator, supporting ESA in accommodating the various Payloads of this new unmanned experimental platform. ALTEC also supports Users in the end-to-end process, from payload concept development to on board accommodation, mission execution and smooth and safe landing and recovery.
Team with ALTEC and fly your ideas on a round-trip to space, on SPACE RIDER!


ALTEC has matured important heritage and know-how in designing and operating missions’ ground segment. Leveraging on the above ALTEC aims at becoming a key player in the provision of end-to-end industry-class ground segment and operations services for CubeSats. ALTEC services encompass: Mission Operations Control Service; Overall Operations Control Center design; Mission Planning concept development; Payload Data Processing.


ALTEC  has been awarded by Malaysian Companies some studies on the various aspects relevant to suborbital flights for microgravity experiments, space tourism and point to point transportation, with particular focus on ground infrastructure, spaceport and safety.


Starting from remote sensing experiments through the use of sounding balloons, started in 2013, ALTEC is able to propose and support missions of stratospheric balloons for various applications, such as Earth and maritime monitoring, astronomical observation, communications, microgravity and radiations.


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