Germany

Telespazio has a strong and well-established presence in Germany in the space field, particularly in the engineering and solutions, navigation and geoinformation sectors

40 years of experience in high-technology markets

40 years of experience in high-technology markets

We operate in Germany through the subsidiary Telespazio Germany, an aerospace company for Engineering and IT solutions and services; through the subsidiary Spaceopal (50% Telespazio and 50% DLR-GfR), which manages the operations of the European satellite system Galileo; through GAF (an e-GEOS company) which deals with geo-information.

Where are We?

Darmstadt

Telespazio Germany has its headquarters in Darmstadt and a branch in Gilching.

Spaceopal and GAF headquarters are in Munich.

Kontakte

Telespazio Germany

Headquarters

Europaplatz, 5 D-64293 Darmstadt (Germany)

+49 (0)6151–8257-0

+49 (0)6151–8257–799

info@telespazio.de

telespazio.de

Office branch

Friedrichshafener Str. 3 (Asto Park) D-82205 Gilching (Germany)

+49 (0)6151–8257-0

+49 (0)6151–8257–799

info@telespazio.de

Munich

GAF is headquartered in Munich, with a branch in Neustrelitz (North of Berlin).

Kontakte

GAF AG

GAF AG

Arnulfstrasse, 199 D-80634 Munich (Germany)

+49-89-121528-0 

+49-89-121528-79

info@gaf.de

GAF AG Branch Neustrelitz

Filiale

Kalkhorstweg, 53 D-17235 Neustrelitz (Germany)

+49 3981 48830

+49 3981 488320

info@gaf.de

Munich

Spaceopal GmbH has its headquarters in Munich.

Kontakte

Spaceopal GmbH

Arnulfstrasse, 58 D-80335 Munich (Germany)

+49 (0) 89 4111856 0

+49 (0) 89 4111856 29

info@spaceopal.com

Telespazio Germany

With its 350 employees designs, develops and maintains ground segment systems based on latest technologies, both in the space and aviation domain. The company is the first choice aerospace company for IT and engineering solutions & services. It is expert in modelling & simulation based solutions; it develops training systems and high fidelity simulators. The offer of Operations Engineering services strengthens the in-depth understanding of the clients’ operational needs and requirements.

GAF AG

Since 2003 GAF is part of the Telespazio Group of companies with its affiliation to e-GEOS. It was founded as one of the first satellite remote sensing companies in Europe by Rupert Haydn, AHT International and WAF trust fund. With its 220 employees offer a broad range of services and applications, ranging from multi source geodata procurement (satellite data, DEM, land use and land cover data), high throughput image processing and analysis, information processing and software development towards the provision of turnkey technical assistance projects and customised spatial management and monitoring systems.

Spaceopal

It is a joint venture founded in 2009 by the partners DLR Gesellschaft für Raumfahrtanwendungen (GfR) mbH and Telespazio.

Since November 2010 Spaceopal has been the main contractor for operational services for Galileo, the European Union’s global satellite navigation system. Through its core business activities, Spaceopal is making a key contribution to Europe‘s performance in the field of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS).

News about Telespazio in Germany

17.05.2022
Telespazio goes to Bonn for the Living Planet Symposium, about how Space can serve the cause of sustainability

Taking the Pulse of Our Planet from Space, to monitor our Planet’s health. This is the goal of the 2022 edition of the Living Planet Symposium held by the European Space Agency (ESA), coming up at the World Conference Center in Bonn May 23 through 27.

15.03.2022
Copernicus: GAF will lead a European consortium for vegetation monitoring

The European Environment Agency (EEA) recently awarded a contract to a consortium lead by GAF to implement the new High-Resolution Layer (HRL) Vegetated Land Cover Characteristics (VLCC), as part of the pan-European Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS).

17.02.2022
Spaceopal confirmed as Galileo Service Operator

The European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) has confirmed Spaceopal, a joint venture owned in equal parts by Telespazio (Leonardo 67%/Thales 33%) and DLR-GfR (owned by the German Space Agency, DLR), as Galileo Service Operator (GSOp) for the next 5 years.

05.12.2021
Success of two more navigation satellites to reach the Galileo constellation

Two more Galileo satellites, Europe's global navigation and positioning system, has been launched on 5th December 2021 into orbit aboard a Soyuz rocket from the Guyana Space Centre. 

17.05.2022
Telespazio goes to Bonn for the Living Planet Symposium, about how Space can serve the cause of sustainability

Taking the Pulse of Our Planet from Space, to monitor our Planet’s health. This is the goal of the 2022 edition of the Living Planet Symposium held by the European Space Agency (ESA), coming up at the World Conference Center in Bonn May 23 through 27.

15.03.2022
Copernicus: GAF will lead a European consortium for vegetation monitoring

The European Environment Agency (EEA) recently awarded a contract to a consortium lead by GAF to implement the new High-Resolution Layer (HRL) Vegetated Land Cover Characteristics (VLCC), as part of the pan-European Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS).

17.02.2022
Spaceopal confirmed as Galileo Service Operator

The European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) has confirmed Spaceopal, a joint venture owned in equal parts by Telespazio (Leonardo 67%/Thales 33%) and DLR-GfR (owned by the German Space Agency, DLR), as Galileo Service Operator (GSOp) for the next 5 years.

05.12.2021
Success of two more navigation satellites to reach the Galileo constellation

Two more Galileo satellites, Europe's global navigation and positioning system, has been launched on 5th December 2021 into orbit aboard a Soyuz rocket from the Guyana Space Centre.