MUNICH The aerospace company Spectrum ARC GmbH (www.spectrum-aerospace.com) opened their office in the Business Incubation Centre of the European Space Agency (ESA BIC Bavaria) in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich in November 2013. Spectrum ARC provides engineering and consulting services in the field of hardware development and conducts test setups in aerospace research.
CEO’s Jaime Estela and Dr. Michael Schlüter explain one of the most relevant projects: “In the area of earth observation we are designing a remote monitoring system that is equipped with sensors to measure several physical parameters, such as pressure, temperature, humidity and radiation. The modular design and characteristics of this monitoring equipment makes it flexible and easy to adapt to a variety of target environments.”
Dr. Wolfgang Hübschle, Executive Director of Invest in Bavaria, the Business Promotion Agency of the State of Bavaria, is pleased that Spectrum ARC chose to open their office in the ESA BIC Bavaria: “Spectrum ARC is a valuable addition to the Bavarian aerospace industry. I wish the company great success for its future development in Bavaria and am sure that it found an excellent location in the ESA Incubation Centre.” The Business Centre, managed by Anwendungszentrum Oberpfaffenhofen (www.anwendungszentrum.de), boosts innovative business concepts using space technology in cooperation with partners since 2009 in Oberpfaffenhofen, Nuremberg and Berchtesgadener Land.