Our
company

Comat is a designer and provider of innovative space equipment.

The company specialises in mechanisms, scientific equipment, electric propulsion and space products. Comat’s skills and proven experience specially regard mechanical (design, structures, mechanisms) and thermal engineering.

With more than 40 years of cooperating with CNES, ESA, and the main European space players, Comat has gained solid skills in the implementation of space projects.

Originally a designer of manned-flight equipment, Comat has been involved for many years in the development of on-demand satellite equipment.

Beyond its engineering expertise, Comat owns the manufacturing, integration and test facilities serving the entire space equipment value-chain, from R&D down to mass production in accordance to the strictest Quality Management and Safety Management Systems (QMS/SMS).

Five years ago, such know-how drove us to develop our own family of smallsat products, from design to manufacturing then integration. This range includes electric propulsion with the Plasma Jet Pack technology, reaction wheels, as well as deployable antennas and booms.

Our
values

Capitalising on our 40 year’s know-how to keep on investing in innovation with our partner customers.

Developing our agility and ever improving our competitiveness.

Working in an ethical way, based on respect for employees and all stakeholders.

Being a profitable company while remaining considerate and environment-friendly.

Key
figures

10.06 M€

turnover (2019)

105

employees

Toulouse European Capital of Space Industry

In March 2018, the Aerospace Valley competitiveness cluster set up the Newspace Factory Group, which brings together a number of French SMEs experienced in the Space sector, with complementary skills, to launch a complete, flexible, easily accessible offer and expand into international markets.

partners
customers

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under agreement No 870444.

ProjeCt co-FUNDED BY THE EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND