These values guide our approach to work, that enables everyone inside the company to be empowered and thrive. While our processes and strategies may adapt and change over time, we want our values to always remain consistent.

To work in the space industry, you need to be resilient and believe in your abilities to work through problems to achieve great results; this is why, when we make mistakes, we dust ourselves off and get back in the game as quickly as possible.

We are persistent and we are not afraid to dare. We believe that what seems impossible at first can be achieved if you believe you can make it happen and if you work side by side with the exceptional team that surrounds you.

Our office is a warp speed-paced environment, so we strive to be as organized and flexible as possible; this is essential in order to adapt and thrive in D-Orbit.

We believe that strategic thinking, the ability to identify what must be done well right away, and what needs to be hacked quickly and improved later, is as essential as passion for what we do.

We work to keep the communication open, honest, and constructive. We share our ideas, voice our concerns, talk to our colleagues, and listen to them. We try to be direct without ever being confrontational. We understand that helping our colleagues is as important as learning to ask for help.

D-Orbit Academy

The goals of the program are to meet the growing demand of talent acquisition, enhance the training and professional development of the team, and give back to the community.

The Academy operates by:

  • Organizing courses and seminars for its employees 
  • Promoting and supporting thesis development both for undergraduates and doctorates 
  • Establishing relationships with universities, institutes, and schools to influence students and run research projects 
  • Encouraging D-Orbit's employees to run education activities into institutions (like contributing to the establishment of new classes and running courses) 
  • Establishing relationship with reference centers (such as ASI, ESA, CNES, INAF) in the interest areas identified to be on the leading edge of the relevant technologies 
  • Promoting participation in social initiatives on the territory
  • Promoting activities for the community: visits, astronomic observation, talks with ISS etc. 

Distributed Space

Space is more than a new market: it is an opportunity for society to grow and diversify. The use of space and space data is growing fast and the appetite from emerging countries to expand is accelerating. There is a shared desire to make space affordable and accessible to all.

Based on these premises, D-Orbit's Distributed Space program aims at: 

  • Creating a network of modular and low-cost national space industries; 
  • Contributing to education, helping build a local talent pool in STEM fields, and creating new jobs; 
  • Retaining the best and brightest individuals within their local economies by supporting the creation of world-leading industries. 

The benefits of D-Orbit's Distributed Space program include: 

  • Building local expertise and autonomy; 
  • Advanced training and education to foster the next generation; 
  • New market for local businesses; 
  • Creating tailored services for local markets (forest management; advanced agriculture services);
  • Local services will benefit from existing D-Orbit expertise and infrastructure.