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This business unit’s activities encompass satellites, manned spaceflight, exploration and security/reconnaissance technologies. ANothe rfocus 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.

The main business activities and applications of Kayser-Threde, Munich, entail earth observation and satellite navigation as well as scientific payloads and the testing of new technologies.

The manned space flight segment includes work on constructing the International Space Station ISS/Columbus and fitting it out with research equipment.

Exploration primarily entails research of outer space, particularly the moon. Reconnaissance satellites and broadband radio transmission of image data form the core of the security and reconnaissance activities.

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OHB SE

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OHB SE - First listed Space- and Technology Group in Germany

Domiciled in Bremen, OHB SE (ISIN: DE0005936124, Prime Standard) is Germany’s first listed space and technology company. Two business units offer international customers sophisticated solutions and systems.
With over 37 years of experience in high technology together with its integrated skills in the areas of space technology and telematics, OHB Group is ideally positioned as one of the leading independent forces in the European space, aeronautics and telematics industry.

Since the ‎stock market flotation in 2001 and the integration of the Space Systems business unit in the OHB ‎Group in 2002 as well as the acquisition of MT Aerospace AG in 2005, Kayser-Threde GmbH (merged into OHB System AG September 1, 2014) in 2007, ‎ CGS S.p.A. in 2009 (now OHB Italia), Antwerp Space N.V. in 2010 and OHB ‎Sweden AB in 2011, total revenues have risen. OHB ‎SE currently has approx. 2.900 employees.‎

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