Fibertek/Sigma Space team win laser system support contract for ICESat-II

LANHAM, Md., 24 July 2009. Sigma Space Corp. won a Laser System Engineering Support contract from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to the Fibertek/Sigma Space team. The Team is contracted to provide services required to design, test, fabricate, deliver, operate, and evaluate Space Laser Systems for the ICESat-II Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System (ATLAS) Instrument for the ICESat-II mission.

Jul 24th, 2009

LANHAM, Md., 24 July 2009. Sigma Space Corp. won a Laser System Engineering Support contract from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to the Fibertek/Sigma Space team.

The Team is contracted to provide services required to design, test, fabricate, deliver, operate, and evaluate Space Laser Systems for the ICESat-II Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System (ATLAS) Instrument for the ICESat-II mission.

"This award enables our company to contribute key technologies and innovations for some of the most complex and advanced areas of the ATLAS instrument, applying core competencies and capabilities of our organization in design and fabrication of aerospace lidars," says Dr. Marcos Sirota, CEO of Sigma Space. "Our partnership with Fibertek enables the Team to deliver extraordinary services and products to NASA for this mission."

More in Test