Gadgets 6 months ago Share Tweet Pin Share It has never been easier to launch a satellite into space. But EnduroSat wants to make it even easier by making CubeSats more affordable thanks to a unique platform. That’s why I’m excited to announce that EnduroSat CEO Raycho Raychev is coming to Rare Norm Disrupt Berlin to talk about his platform. Many industries have gone through a standardization revolution. Decades ago, shipping stuff from one continent to another was costly because it was a manual process. Exporters now put everything into containers so that you can carry them seamlessly from a port to a cargo ship, a train or a truck. Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? Similarly, it became much easier to create a new data center thanks to standardized server racks. You can fit servers, routers or disk arrays into a metal frames, and line all the server racks in a warehouse. The same is happening with satellites. Thanks to CubeSats, you get to choose the list of components that you want to put in your satellite and they’ll all fit nicely in a cubical package. EnduroSat is working on next-generation CubeSats. You first choose the frame of your CubeSat. You can then buy different modules to build the perfect satellite for your use case. The company now has more than 30 clients and the EnduroSat One is currently flying above our heads. If you want to hear Raychev tell you more about what they’ve been working on, you should come to Disrupt Berlin. The conference will take place on November 29-30 and you can buy your ticket right now. In addition to fireside chats and panels, like this one, new startups will participate in the Startup Battlefield Europe to win the highly coveted Battlefield cup. Raycho Raychev CEO, EnduroSat Raycho Raychev works in the field of space science, tech and business. He founded EnduroSat – a fast-growing satellite company with unique market approach in the space sector. Prior to the company Raycho founded massive space educational platform – Spaceport and practice-oriented space course – Space Challenges. His education includes Master of Science from International Space University and Innovation and Growth Program from Stanford University and Endeavor.