Metis designs, builds and operates spacecraft and spaceflight systems for NASA and other government programs.
We formulate early concepts for space missions with systems engineering experience in mission design and orbital mechanics for a broad range of satellite missions, including Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and Geosynchronous (GEO) orbits up to lunar, Mars, and deep space missions.
Metis also provides a full range of engineering skills dedicated to the development, assembly, integration and test of certification and flight units in support of ISS missions.
Metis develops, maintains and operates some of the world’s largest satellite ground systems - guiding the engineering of ground system components and system designs toward enterprise solutions.
Metis’ Ground Systems team has received numerous NASA Achievement Awards and customer praise for the support of high-profile events such as the James Web Space Telescope Launch, Lucy Satellite Launch, Cassini Mission End, Juno Orbital Insertion, InSight Mars Landing and New Horizons Ultima Thule Fly-by Campaign.
Metis designs, maintains, and operates systems for modeling and simulation of advanced airspace concepts.
Providing engineering support of advanced research interactions between aircraft, airspace, and ground control, Metis also assists with the expanding integration of autonomous vehicles into the national airspace.