10 questions and answers about Galileo

Following the recent launch of the first two Galileo Batch 3 FOC (full operational capability) satellites, 24 navigation satellites designed, engineered and integrated by OHB are now orbiting around 23,000 kilometers above the earth.

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IR announcements

At its Capital Market Day 2023 today, space and technology group OHB SE (Prime Standard, ISIN DE0005936124) will be outlining current market and corporate developments.



OHB SE is One of the Three Leading European Aerospace Companies


Space Systems

This business unit’s activities encompass satellites, manned spaceflight, exploration and security/reconnaissance technologies. Another focus is developing and implementing payloads, scientific equipment and devices for aeronautics/aerospace, research institutes and industry. Thus, OHB System AG develops, builds, launches and operates low-orbiting and geostationary small satellites for scientific applications, communications and terrestrial observation.

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The „Aerospace" corporate division places emphasis on the manufacturing of products for aviation and space travel. In this regard, OHB has positioned itself as a significant equipment provider for aerospace structures for aviation and space travel and, amongst others, is Germany's largest supplier to the Ariane 5 programme and an established manufacturer of sensitive components made of highly heat resistant nickel based alloys and titanium for aircraft engines.

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The OHB Digital business unit leverages direct space capabilities and ensures the transfer of technology to selected industries.

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