Intuitive Machines

Intuitive Machines

Intuitive Machines is a company that develops autonomous systems solutions for human spaceflight.

Intuitive Machines is a company develops hardware and software solutions for human spaceflight. The firm was founded in 2013 in Houston, Texas, United States, and operates in the industries of renewable energy, medicine, and aerospace.

Intuitive Machines looks to develop autonomous systems and hardware and software solutions for businesses that operate with artificial intelligence algorithms, control systems, sensors, processors, and connectivity systems.

Intuitive Machines have been developing space-based systems including operating systems, spacecraft vehicles, landers, and simulation services. Some developments include the Universal Reentry Vehicle, which is designed to return payloads from LEO and Lunar environments ad can also be used to enter Mars and Earth's atmospheres. Another is the Lunar Lander Nova-C, which is designed to support commercially procured payloads.

The company also develops autonomous airborne systems such as long range drones, BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line of Sight System), sensor packages that generate gravi-metry and geophysical data, optionally piloted automated aircraft, flight analytics, custom drone systems, and sentinel observation systems.

Timeline

People

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Role
LinkedIn

Kam Ghaffarian

Chairman

Steve Altemus

President and CEO

Tim Crain

VP or Research & Development

Further reading

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Additive Manufacturing | Intuitive Machines

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Airborne Systems | Intuitive Machines

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Space Systems | Intuitive Machines

Web

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

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Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

Intuitive Machines

Steve Altemus

Houston, Texas, United States

Space and Airborne systems

News

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Author
Date
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Kenneth Chang
May 31, 2019
www.nytimes.com
The landers would be the first American spacecraft to touch down on the moon since the astronauts of Apollo 17 left in 1972.

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