The driving force behind the technological developments of the PT Scientists mission to the moon are it’s industrial and academic partnerships. 

PT Scientists has been sponsored in-kind and is developing key technologies with many industry players.

The industrial partnerships involve the development of new space-graded technologies including power utilisation, electronics, data hosting and optical systems.

Partners include NVIDIA, SLM Solutions, CITIM GmbH, TU Berlin, TU Hamburg-Harburg, Austrian Space Forum, TU Vienna, LeitOn, Profitbricks, Schneider-Kreuznach.

Adding to it’s industrial partnerships PT Scientists are working closely in technological cooperation with the german space agency DLR. Exploring and test driving new mobility technologies for uses beyond earth.


    They cover our computational needs with their data center, workstation and embedded GPUs.

  • SLM Solutions

    From aluminum dust to rover-wheels. They turn our CAD designs into reality.

  • 1zu1 Prototypen

    Supports us with high precision rapid prototyping services.

  • Altium

    We use Altium Designer 3D electronics CAD.


    We are jointly developing space grade high definition color optical sensors!

  • Schneider Kreuznach

    They make custom designed optics, and they already made lenses for NASA’s original Apollo project.

  • Profitbricks

    Is our favorite IaaS hoster, without them we couldn’t work.

  • LeitOn

    We use LeitOn’s space-grade printed circuit board manufacturing.

  • When design becomes as important as function, Zweigrads supports us to achieve this delicate balance.

  • TU Berlin

    The Planetary Geodesy Department helps us with LRO (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter) image processing and landing site selection.

  • TU Hamburg Harburg

    We benefit from the university’s expertise and equipment in FPGA/VHDL development.

  • TU Wien

    We are pursuing joint projects with the technical university and the TU Wien Space Team.

  • DLR

    The DLR is of immeasurable help with joint development and evaluation of subsystems, components and designs.