On average, one of our aerospace launches lasts about 4 hours from take-off to landing. However this is not a fixed figure as it is strongly influenced by the purpose of the mission, the balloon used and so on.

Data can be displayed in raw format within a table or in aggregate, through charts that can be easily accessed in real time through a dashboard. In addition, the data is protected by blockchain technology.

There are two cases in which we absolutely avoid operating: during adverse weather conditions (e.g., rain, snow, particularly strong winds) or in the case where the prediction of the launch trajectory is particularly unfavorable (e.g., landing in inaccessible or hard-to-reach areas.

No, for two reasons. On the one hand, the data collected during the mission are transmitted in real time to Earth. On the other, the entire path of the probe is constantly monitored thanks to the on-board computer.

We are able to offer a ready-to-go service in very little time. However, the preparation timeframe varies based on the mission to be accomplished, the implementation of the systems to support it, and the implementation of the supports needed to support the payload.