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We have been in Space since Armstrong set foot on the moon. As an independent, fund-owned company, we can help you in every phase of your space program.
Electronics, software and services for space programs
If you work with space exploration, you probably agree that it’s an endeavor that requires constant diligence. Mission success takes mastering every detail on every level.
With Terma, you get an ally in innovation. We offer state-of-the-art electronics, software and services, developed by a team with a long track record of mission success. Operating in all phases of space program development, we can provide the clarity you need to succeed at every step of your space mission.
Electronics, software and services for any systems in space and on the ground
A series of well-proven systems combined for end-to-end solutions
An independent operator with a long track record and transparent, agile setup
Since the beginning of the 1970s, we have participated in many international space missions. Our space activities include all phases of a mission's lifecycle - from the early feasibility studies for missions through their realization and operation, and finally to the exploitation of the results of the mission.
ASIM is an observatory installed on the European Columbus module of the International Space Station (ISS). ASIM will study high-altitude electrical discharges in the stratosphere and mesosphere above severe thunderstorms, the so-called red sprites, blue jets, haloes, and elves, and monitor X-ray and Gamma-ray flashes.
We are proud to be deeply involved in critical hardware and software for this exciting and challenging project. We have been directly involved in the preparation of the mission for more than 15 years and will continue to be part of the mission operations during its flight to Mercury.
The Ørsted satellite
Ørsted's precise magnetic measurements formed the basis for the most accurate models of the Earth's magnetic field and were used both to explore movements in the Earth's core and to map anomalies in the Earth's crust.
Spearheaded by the European Space Agency and launched in 2023, the Euclid Mission aims to unravel the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy in the cosmos using a state-of-the-art space telescope. Our crucial role in supplying flight equipment and systems for testing and operations contributes to the satellite's sustained operation, allowing groundbreaking discoveries in astrophysics and cosmology.