First Hungarian Satellite in Orbit by 2027, Says Economy Minister

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The first Hungarian-made satellite could be put into orbit around the world by 2027-28, Minister of National Economy Márton Nagy announced at the laying of the foundation stone for REMRED Zrt.'s factory building in Martonvásár.

The 4iG Group and REMRED Zrt., a member of the company group, laid the foundation stone of Hungary's first aerospace manufacturing center in Martonvásár, Fejér County.

REMTECH's manufacturing unit, which is also suitable for production, assembly, integration and testing, will manufacture, assemble and test satellites with a maximum weight of four hundred kilograms using a modular technology that is unique in Europe.

In the 4,000-square-meter technology center, a 1,500-square-meter special laboratory will be created, which has ISO8 and ISO5 certified cleanroom technology.

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