Danish Aerospace Company (DAC) is a high-tech company operating in the area of advanced medical instrumentation and other engineering fields primarily within space applications.
Our products are based on many years of specialized research and development.
These consist of developing, integrating, and applying new as well as established medical technologies to the challenges of functioning and remaining reliable in space. These products and services bring the potential of space research and experience from space operations down to Earth for the benefit of all Mankind.
The hardware from DAC has flown on the majority of todays manned and unmanned space transportation vehicles.
This includes flights on:
- All US Space Shuttles (Now retired)
- Soyuz capsules from Russia (manned)
- Russian Progress vehicles (unmanned)
- European ATV-transport vehicles (unmanned)
- HTV-transport vehicles from Japan (unmanned)
- Commercial Dragon-capsule from SpaceX
Danish Aerospace Company employs engineers and technicians who deliver full engineering, production and technical services for our customers.
We have specialized in customer specific design, development, manufacturing, certification, maintenance, testing, and operations.
The company has developed five generations respiratory equipment for spaceflight, bicycle ergometers for astronauts countermeasures, adapted several commercial medical equipment for spaceflight and has participated in the development of the minus eighty degree celsius freezers.
Medical and exercise equipment from DAC have been used on some of the world's leading space stations, and manned space laboratories:
- The International Space Station, in US lab, Columbus and Russian modules
- Mir, the now retired 110 ton Russian space station
- Spacelab, Europes space laboratory carried in the belly of the the Space Shuttles
- Spacehab, a commercial mini-laboratory flown on several Space Shuttle flights
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