Space success broadens Irish firms' horizons
Drive is on to get more Irish businesses ready for European Space Agency contracts
SkyTek is Ireland’s most established business in the sector. On the go for over two decades, the business developed a system which regulates the entire day for astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS).
SkyTek began as a web services business but a single contract win with the European Space Agency (ESA) led it to broaden its horizons.
“It just started with a small contract from Enterprise Ireland with the ESA. We really...
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