|Headquarters 🏙️||Longmont, Colorado|
Area served 🗺️
|Doug Campbell, Will Francis, Mark Lake, Chris Pearson|
|Products 📟||Spacecraft Deployables|
High Strain Composites
Two-Phase Thermal Systems
Number of employees
Roccor is a small, privately held aerospace systems provider focusing on advanced deployable structures, thermal management systems and combat casualty products. The company has contracts with the US military, NASA and commercial space companies within the US and Europe. In 2016, Roccor moved to Longmont, Colorado
The company specializes in the development of high strain composite structures and has designed several deployable systems (antennas, solar arrays, deoribt sails etc.) for small satellites. In addition, the company is in the early stage development of flexible heat-pipes and thermal reservoirs for CubeSats. Roccor is one of several companies embracing the NewSpace model of utilizing economy of scale to reduce spaceflight hardware cost.
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