Developing the first European IMU for Space Navigation
EURISA aims at developing the first European cost-effective and performant IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) based on fiber-optic gyroscopes and quartz accelerometers for future space missions.
The Horizon 2020 project involves four major actors of the European space ecosystem and research institutes: Airbus Defence & Space, ETH Zurich, DLR Bremen and iXblue.
EURISA involves four major actors of the European space ecosystem and research institutes: Airbus Defence & Space, ETH Zurich, DLR Bremen and Exail (formerly iXblue).
EURISA will contribute to European independence and sovereignty in space for future missions and exploration.
EURISA is a Horizon 2020 projects, funded for 3.5 years by the European Union (under grant agreement No 101004205).
What They Say
REVOLVE’s work and support for the creation of the Eurisa website was of high-quality. Efficient, smooth communication and good project management gave us full satisfaction. Great team to work with!
– Gwenaëlle Allaire, Communication Manager, iXblue
The EURISA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No 101004205.