Mgr. Tomas Balog PhD. (CEO)
Managing Director and Project Manager

Dr. Balog has multiple experience in project and team lead in various fields (physics, data science and finance). He is skilled in project planning, system architecture creation, analytics, risk understanding and technology development. He participated in studies related to vacuum, particle or plasma physics and technological developments.

Ing. Marek Gebura PhD. (CTO)
Idea initiator and Head of R&D

Dr. Gebura is the initiator of the idea. He is highly experienced in research and technology development management from ideas through requirements formulation towards validation in laboratory and field conditions. He experienced various positions from researcher up to R&D lead in groundbreaking high-power pulsed plasma drilling technology.

Ing. Michal Mlaticek (CIO)
Lead Software Engineer

Mr. Mlaticek is a senior software developer. Initially started as a data analyst, then moved to SW development. Through work scope he gained needed experience related to design and control of autonomous agents, understanding related risks and necessities and processes to define, structure and optimize such systems.

Advisory Board

Tommaso Sgobba

Mr. Sgobba is Executive Director and Board Secretary at International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety (IAASS). He was its first President during the period 2005-2013. He has been responsible for flight safety at the European Space Agency (ESA), including human-rated systems, spacecraft re-entries, space debris, use of nuclear power sources, and planetary protection. He has published several articles and papers on space safety, and co-edited the text book “Safety Design for Space Systems”, published in 2009 by Elsevier. He is a member of the editorial board of the Space Safety Magazine.

Mgr. Jiri Silha, PhD.

Dr. Silha is research associate in the field of Astronomy and Astrophysics at Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University in Bratislava. Among other responsibilities such as student leadership or observations planning, he also provides support for various ESA studies and projects preparation. He was also working on research projects with focus on optical observation of space debris and on space surveillance.

prof. Ing. Ivan Sekaj, PhD.

Prof. Sekaj is university teacher and researcher at Institute of Robotics and Cybernetics at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. His focus is on cybernetics, soft computing in control engineering, evolutionary computation, artificial neural networks in modelling and control of dynamic systems. He is author or co-author of multiple publications and papers related to his work. He published a book “Evolutionary computations and their use in praxis” in 2007.

Our Values

for open minded solutions

for mutual respect

to quickly recover from difficulties

for shooting straight

against agreed deliveries

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