Driven to Innovate and Engineer. We deliver systems in Air and Space.
We enable SPACE
- We enable our customer’s vision for operations in space and provide the expertise, systems, and hardware engineering to achieve it.
- We provide spacecraft design, assembly, integration, test and launch support.
- We deliver payload development services, including environmental hardening, qualification and integration.
We enable AEROSPACE
- We provide an end-to-end capability in Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) design, manufacture, integration, certification, flight test and operational support.
- We specialise in rapid prototyping and flight test of innovative airframe and system design.
We Engineer. Lots.
- Systems engineering.
- Rapid prototyping of hardware and electronic systems.
- Design of composite and metallic structures.
- Manufacture of composite structures.
- Assembly, system integration, test, and verification.
- Flight control system design and development for spacecraft and UAS.
2015 - Early Establishment
2015 - Systems Engineering
Supacat Pty Ltd engages Enable Aerospace to provide management of the reliability test program on the Redfin 1B High Mobility Transporter vehicle under supply contract to CASG. EA provides leadership on the reliability demonstration program, modifications program and re-test. JAN 2017: EA is given Chief Engineer responsibilities under consulting agreement with Supacat Pty Ltd. 2018 and 2019, EA consults with Rheinmetall Land Systemes on behalf of Supacat providing specialist support to the Scout and Land 400 programs.
2016 - Electric Flight
2016 - Safety Management
Provide safety analysis and supervision on the flight test program of an innovative Australian-based helicopter development initiative providing critical inputs qualifying the prototype for ground and hover testing.
2017 - Space and Defence
EA develops and proposes several innovative space and defence projects to the Australian Government and formed strategic agreements with Sierra Space, AADI industries, Indiginaus Engineering Pty Ltd and university partners to drive opportunities for Australian industry. EA is awarded Grant Funding under the Australian Space Agency’s Moon to Mars Demonstration Phase Feasibility Study finding of our UPRS concept which we expect will see us launch hardware into orbit in 2023/4.