Southeast Asia’s Way to Space – Launching in 2019


Optimized for Nanosats

Delivering 35-70kg of payload to LEO for under $1m, the Volans will open way for dedicated nanosatellite launching as well as offer new ridesharing opportunities.


Our unique prospective launch locations will support both polar and equatorial orbit launches – and anything in between.


Designed for mass-production, Volans is slated to reach multi-hundred launches to various orbits every year – accelerating large constellation deployment.

Building Prototypes while Developing the Business


ESI on Vulcan Post

We are honored with an article on our vision for the New Space in Singapore and beyond. I’d like to say in 20 years, not having a space launch capability will be very much like not having an airport or a harbour, and Singapore’s strong industrial base and advantageous...

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Equatorial Space Featured on SpaceWatch.Global

We are honored to have been featured on a global space intelligence publication, SpaceWatch.Global on 26th of March, on how ESI plans to change global economics of nanosat constellation deployment. From March 12-15, SpaceWatch Global attended the Satellite 2018 event...

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ESI in Startup Space 2018

Equatorial Space Industries will compete with 20 other startups during the Satellite2018 Convention in Washington DC next week. We are delighted to have been offered this opportunity, and look forward to the pitch competition on 13th of March, as well as the results...

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ESI on Tech in Asia

We are honored to have been mentioned in Tech in Asia article from Tuesday, 13th February 2018. ESI's CEO, Simon Gwozdz gave a brief interview to the publication shortly after his participation in the Emerging Launch Solutions panel during The Global Space...

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