Space missions today remain complex, costly, and prone to delay.
Loft Orbital is changing that.
We fly your payload or technology as a service, charging an annual fee in a pay-for-performance model. We manage all aspects of the mission needed to get your payload to orbit and support it once there.
Space should be simple.
- Licensing & Regulation
- Ground Segment
- Financing & Insurance
Gone are the days of customized, long-lead-time spacecraft development.
Our satellites launch on a regular schedule of at least once per quarter.
Through known timelines, pre-booked launches, and our proprietary technology to simplify integration, rapid schedules to space become a reality.
- Q3 2019
- Q4 2019
- Q1 2020
- Q2 2020
- Quarterly Missions
No compromise in mission performance.
We leverage high-performance, high-reliability satellite platforms with extensive flight heritage.
Our technology enables multiple-payload missions without constraining individual performance, design, or operations.
All Payloads Welcome
Our interface technology, the Payload Hub, can accommodate all payload and mission types, and remains satellite bus agnostic.
The Payload Hub decouples satellite and payload development, eliminating expensive and time-consuming non-recurring engineering.
Flying on a Loft Orbital satellite mission, you pay only for the resources your payload requires, without compromises in mission performance or mission assurance.
Space Made Simple
We believe organizations should be able to avoid the complexity, risk, and cost of procuring and owning their own spacecraft.
An annual subscription covers it all: satellite bus, integration and test, launch, ground segment, satellite operations, licensing, and insurance. Our end-to-end mission service addresses everything needed to get your mission to orbit and support it once there.
With minimal pre-launch costs, fly with us and make space simple.
Antoine de Chassy
Co-founder & CEO
Co-founder & Product
Embedded Software Engineering
Co-founder & Operations
Business Development & Partnerships
Space Missions Management
Pieter van Duijn
Payload Interfacing & Data Handling
Mechanical & Thermal Engineering