AAIS is a leading industry association for the Aerospace Industry in Singapore that represents companies from the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) sector, Aerospace Manufacturing sector, Research and Development / Training sectors and suppliers for civil air transport and aerospace defence.
The Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP) was established in 1992 at the National University of Singapore as a research centre of the National Science and Technology Board (now known as A*STAR).
The Satellite Research Centre (SaRC) aims to be a centre of excellence in satellite engineering research, in particular non-satellite technology and distributed space mission for remote sensing and communication applications. The main focus is to pursue upstream academic research projects involving mainly innovative nano-satellites for distributed space system application.
International Space University
The International Space University provides graduate-level training to the future leaders of the emerging global space community.
GNSS & LBS Association of China
GNSS and LBS Association of China (GLAC), founded in 1995, is a professional no-profit organization in global navigation satellite system application and location-based service at national level. It is affiliated with the National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation of China. It boasts more than 1000 corporate members including universities, research institutes, enterprises, manufacturers, geospatial data providers etc.
SSTA has forged a partnership with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) under the Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum Space Environment Utilisation Working Group initiative known as the Kibo Asian Beneficial Collaboration (Kibo-ABC), which includes members from Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam. Under this partnership, SSTA is Singapore’s sole organization to offer the following:
- fee-based micro-gravity experiments to be conducted by Japanese astronauts onboard the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM, a.k.a. Kibo)
- in-orbit testing of new materials or technologies exposed to actual space environments,
- potential launching of cubesats and 50kg microsats using JEM Small Satellite Orbital Deployer
SSTA also collaborates with JAXA to invite Singapore-based schools and university students to propose idea of experiment to be conducted onboard the International Space Station (ISS) KIBO module.