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Technical Session VI: Market In Retrospect

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The satellite named MAIDO-1 finished its 9-month life, on October 15, 2009. The MAIDO-1 was developed by Space Oriented Higashiosaka Leading Association (SOHLA). Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA) transferred their space technology to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and local universities in the Kansai area. The purpose of this activity is to contribute to socio-economic development by returning JAXA research and development results to society. The MAIDO-1 is one of its program achievements. This paper shall explain the matter of the technology transfer, the SOHLA-1 satellite system, on-orbit experimental results, and the results of technology transfers.

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The Results of Small Satellite Technology Transfer from JAXA

The satellite named MAIDO-1 finished its 9-month life, on October 15, 2009. The MAIDO-1 was developed by Space Oriented Higashiosaka Leading Association (SOHLA). Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA) transferred their space technology to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and local universities in the Kansai area. The purpose of this activity is to contribute to socio-economic development by returning JAXA research and development results to society. The MAIDO-1 is one of its program achievements. This paper shall explain the matter of the technology transfer, the SOHLA-1 satellite system, on-orbit experimental results, and the results of technology transfers.