Creotech counts on a new customer for satellites before putting EagleEye into orbit

Creotech Instruments highly assesses the chances of acquiring a new customer for satellites even before placing EagleEye into orbit, informed Vice-President Jacek Kosiec.

“I would rate this probability as high, we are in talks with many potential clients, including at advanced stages,” Kosiec said at the GPW Innovation Day organized by GPW and CC Group. The ISBnews agency is the media partner of the event.

This year, Creotech Instruments started the process of changing its headquarters.

“The company’s headquarters in Business Park Poleczki will be fully functional within a month, as of today we are already 90% settled, the administration and R&D part is ready. In Piaseczno, we are moving the entire production part and adapting the rooms, the adaptation process will take a few more months,” added the vice-president.

He also pointed out that it is commonly accepted that nanosatellites are devices up to 10 kg, and microsatellites from 10 kg to 150 kg.

“Creotech Instruments is definitely targeting the microsatellites segment, the market is clearly retreating from nanosatellites. We already have a project to develop a satellite weighing over 100 kg” – said Kosiec.

“We see great potential in both satellites and quantum technologies. All kinds of technologies, including satellite, secure connectivity, and drones are hot in the market right now. We hold important positions in all of them, especially in Poland,” summed up the Vice-President.

Creotech Instruments is the largest Polish company that produces and supplies space technologies as well as specialized electronics and apparatus to the global market, including for the needs of quantum computers, quantum cryptography or laboratories of quantum physics and high energy. The company debuted on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange in July 2022, moving from the NewConnect market.


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