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D-Orbit SpA  I  Viale Risorgimento, 57 22073 Fino Mornasco, Como, Italy  I  +39 02 3792 0900  I  info@dorbit.space

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InOrbit NOW is a family of end-to-end solutions for the New Space market. It includes launch and deployment services, mission control software, and a set of add-on services.

DPOD Launch Service is a satellite launch procurement service that relies on third-party compatible launchers equipped with InOrbit NOW’s DPOD dispensers.

ION Launch Service is an end-to-end launch procurement, hosting, and deployment service that leverages ION Satellite Carrier, a free-flyer dispenser manufactured and operated by D-Orbit that transports spacecraft into the desired operational orbit and deploy them into precise orbital slots.

InOrbit NOW provides mission analysis and design, platform engineering support, software development, acceptance testing, transportation, and launch and deployment insurance.


ION IOD/IOV is a plug-and-play platform for in-orbit demonstration and validation based on ION CubeSat Carrier. The platform provides well defined mechanical, electrical, and data interfaces, access to host resources, attitude control, flexible pricing, and multiple launch options in LEO, SSO, and GEO.


  • Standard, well-defined interfaces: Plug-and-play CubeSat mechanical interface, Standard 3.3/5/12/28V electrical interface

  • Access to host resources: Uplink, downlink, memory, and more

  • Wide coverage: A network of ground stations provides multiple daily access opportunities

  • Attitude control: Ability to point the platform to perform your tasks with optimal exposure to sun, darkness, Earth, and horizon

  • Launch flexibility: Multiple launch options in LEO, SSO, and GEO every year, with the possibility to switch launch in case of delay

  • Multi-orbit: Repeat your experiment at different altitude and planes

  • Flexible pricing: Pay what you use

To learn more visit inorbitnow.space