The Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM) and Istanbul Technical University (ITU) will manufacture multifunctional solar panels for nano, micro and cube-shaped satellites (CubeSat) as part of an R&D project to be carried out at the ITU Space Systems Design and Test Laboratory. TIM and ITU have signed a collaboration protocol which will also contribute to the country’s National Space Program. The project will be headed by InovaTIM, a branch of TIM’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Academy. The resulting solar panels will be available for export by 2023. “We expect the solar panels to be developed with low cost and techniques,” said Ismail Gulle, Chairman of TIM. Prof. Dr. Ismail Koyuncu, Rector of ITU, added: “It’s a strong step towards increasing technology-based products.”
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TIM AND ITU TO PRODUCE DOMESTIC SOLAR PANELS FOR MICRO SATELLITES
March 22, 2021April 12, 2021
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