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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.


  • NVIDIA

    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.

  • CMOSIS

    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.