The lead partner for the project is Prof. Dr. Klaus Schilling (Institut für Robotik und Telematik, Universität Würzburg and the Zentrum für Telematik e.V.) in Bavaria. Zentrum für Telematik (ZfT) in Würzburg coordinates this self-organized research prUniWuoject. Thanks to the European Research Council Advanced Grant Project „NetSat“ (2014-2019), ZfT has gained extensive experience in small satellites clusters operating in formation. The Würzburg small satellites UWE have already demonstrated their robustness and increasing capabilities in orbit. As an example, UWE-3 has been in operation for more than 2.5 years without interruption.

Partners include:

Technische Universität München (Bavaria)
Friedrich-Alexander Erlangen Universität (Bavaria)
Fraunhofer Institutes (Bavaria)
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt (Bavaria)
Airbus EADS (Bavaria)
IABG (Bavaria)Georgia Institute of Technology Center for Space Systems (Georgia)
Cape Peninsula University of Technology (Western Cape)
Stellenbosch University (Western Cape)
Université de Sherbrooke (Québec)
Polytechnique Montréal (Québec)
McGill University (Québec)
Concordia University (Québec)
The Canadian Space Agency (Québec)
The National Institute for Space Research (São Paulo)
China Academy of Space Technology: Shandong Intitute of Aerospace Electronics (Shandong)
Johannes Kepler Universität Linz (Upper Austria)
UniWu Zf Polytechnique_Montreal TU Sherbrook McGil Stellenbosch JKeplerU-Linz copy INPE
IABG GATech FAU DLR Concordia copy Cape-Peninsula CASC  CSA-ASC copy Airbus