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Kayser-Threde Kayser-Threde GmbH based in Munich, Germany is a systems house specializing in the design and development of high-technology solutions for astronautics, science and the industry. The array of solutions includes applications in manned and unmanned space missions, optics, telematics, crash test data acquisition, and process control for the rail sector.On September 1, 2014, Bremen-based OHB System AG and Munich-based Kayser-Threde GmbH merged under the name OHB System AG. In this way, the capabilities and capacities of our two outstanding space companies were centralized
Kayser-Threde Kayser-Threde has delivered over 100 scientific instruments, systems and sub-systems for manned space stations, satellites and interplanetary missions. Optical systems and subsystems for eight space telescopes and space cameras for astronomical and earth observation have been implemented.
Kayser-Threde The automotive and process control applications have their origins in Kayser-Threde’s astronautics activities. Thus, they are examples for transfer of technology spin-off.
RapidEye 1996: The RapidEye business concept was designed by Kayser-Threde GmbH, based on a call for ideas from the DLR (German Aerospace Agency), on how to commercialize remote sensing in Germany.
TET-1 The main contractor for Phase A (feasibility) was IABG. The final contract for Phases B, C, and D (definition/qualification, and production) and start was given to Kayser-Threde GmbH, a medium-sized aerospace company based in Munich belonging to the German OHB-System group. The environmental qualification was successfully conducted in the IABG space simulation centre in Munich.
EnMAP Under the scientific lead of the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) the mission is managed by the Space Agency of the German Aerospace Center (DLR). The Hyperspectral Imager (HSI) will be developed by Kayser-Threde GmbH. OHB Technology is responsible for the development of the satellite bus. The ground segment will be developed and operated by the German Aerospace Center (DLR). The envisaged launch of the EnMAP satellite is 2019 using the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle of Indian space agency ISRO.
Eye tracking on the ISS It was originally developed by the German Space Agency (DLR) for use on the International Space Station (ISS) and was uploaded to the station as part of the joint European / Russian space programme in early 2004. The device was designed by Prof. Dr. Andrew H. Clarke (Vestibular Lab, Charité Berlin) together with the companies Chronos Vision and Mtronix in Berlin and integrated for space utilisation by the Munich-based company Kayser-Threde.
Demining It is possible to detect land mines by directing sound waves at the area to be demined, which causes the land mines to vibrate, and then using a laser to search for vibrations on the surface by means of the Doppler shift - this technique is termed scanning laser doppler vibrometry. Such devices have been constructed, e.g., at the University of Mississippi, at MIT and by the Kayser-Threde Company.
BIOPAN The BIOPAN program started in the early nineties with an ESA contract for the a joint development by Kayser-Threde and Kayser Italia. It was based on the heritage of a low-tech Russian exposure container called KNA ("Kontejner Nauchnoj Apparatury"). The BIOPAN facilities are installed on the external surface of Foton descent capsules. It has a motor-driven hinged lid, which opens 180° in Earth orbit to expose the experiment samples to the harsh space environment. For re-entry, the closed facility is protected with an Ablative heat shield.
XMM-Newton Each telescope consists of 58 cylindrical, nested Wolter Type-1 mirrors developed by Media Lario of Italy, each long and ranging in diameter from , producing a total collecting area of at 1.5 keV and at 8 keV. The mirrors range from thick for the innermost mirror to thick for the outermost mirror, and the separation between each mirror ranges from from innermost to outermost. Each mirror was built by vapour-depositing a 250 nm layer of gold reflecting surface onto a highly polished aluminium mandrel, followed by electroforming a monolithic nickel support layer onto the gold. The finished mirrors were glued into the grooves of an Inconel spider, which keeps them aligned to within the five-micron tolerance required to achieve adequate X-ray resolution. The mandrels were manufactured by Carl Zeiss AG, and the electroforming and final assembly were performed by Media Lario with contributions from Kayser-Threde.