CanSat deployment service (online support)
We are providing a service to deploy CanSat from an altitude of about 12,000 ft. in the Black Rock Desert in the USA. Since we use a rocket that is used for the ARLISS event, we will be able to test long-range wireless communication just like the ARLISS. The CanSat will be loaded and deployed in the Black Rock Desert in the USA, but CanSat builders and operators can send online instructions to local staff to conduct CanSat deployment and operation experiments as if they were in the desert. The CanSat can perform missions of their choice, such as long-distance wireless communication and autonomous driving after landing on the ground.
The specifications of CanSat are as follows.
Diameter: 146.6 mm or less
Length: 254mm or less
Weight: 1.812 kg or less
Online service fee (1,000 USD) + fuel fee for rocket launch (about 500 USD) + CanSat transportation fee (about 500 USD~1,000 USD). Fuel cost and CanSat transportation cost will vary depending on the currency exchange rate and the size of the CanSat.
Since the rocket launch in the Black Rock Desert is from June to September, the CanSat deployment service will also take place during this period. If you would like to use this service, please contact us using the contact form.
Tracking radio transmitter
In order to locate objects flying in non-visible locations such as model rockets, hybrid rockets, and drones, information from GPS and barometric pressure sensors is transmitted wirelessly. The radio uses a specified low-power radio called LoRa, so no radio license is required. The host computer is an arduino nano every, so you can rewrite the program with the arduino IDE. The price is 49800 yen (including tax) for a set with a receiver. If you would like to purchase this product, please use the inquiry form.