We have been a proud supplier of payload fairings for every Ariane rocket since its first launch in 1979.

Launchers.

Every Ariane Rocket since its maiden flight and many US and Asian launcher rockets for commercial and institutional customers rely on our long-standing experience and best-in-class technology.

Paul Horstink
Paul Horstink Executive Vice President Division Launchers

We push the boundaries.

How do you find the balance between product reliability and mission safety at the speed of the new space world? Beyond Gravity achieves this by constantly adapting its product lines to market needs and increasing process efficiency, e.g., through our time- and cost-saving out-of-autoclave production process for launcher structures, thus helping to make space transportation more affordable.

We contribute to the success of our customers' launches – with market-leading know-how in the development and production of best-in-class composite structures. As a reliable partner, we push the boundaries of what is technically feasible. With our strong global presence, which includes state-of-the-art, industrialized production facilities in the United States, Switzerland and Sweden, we are close to our customers.

For decades, our payload fairings, interstage adapters, dispensers, payload adapters and separation systems have been the first choice for primes and launch service providers such as United Launch Alliance (ULA), Arianespace, Avio, Mitsubishi, Space X or Dynetics.

Technology second-to-none and strong global production footprint.

We have been a proud supplier of payload fairings for every Ariane rocket since its first launch in 1979. In the United States, we have equipped all Atlas rockets with composite structures.Our product portfolio will deliver innovations for the next generations of large and small launch vehicles, such as the new Vulcan launcher, the universal stage adapter for NASA's Space Launch System (SLS), the new European Ariane 6 launch vehicle or Japan’s H3. Our guidance systems are also the solution of choice for NASA and ESA missions in the field of sounding rockets.

"We have successfully deployed more than 1000 satellites into orbit."

Paul Horstink
Paul Horstink Executive Vice President Division Launchers

Launcher structures.

The world’s leading supplier of composite structures for rockets, which have been successfully used in over 400 launches to date.

The world’s leading supplier of composite structures for rockets, which have been successfully used in over 400 launches to date.

Separation systems.

Ensuring that the satellite and rocket remain securely connected during launch and that the payload is placed in orbit with precision.

Ensuring that the satellite and rocket remain securely connected during launch and that the payload is placed in orbit with precision.

Sounding rockets.

More than 40 years of experience in guidance, navigation and control of sounding rockets with peak altitudes in the range of 100-1000 km and more.

Sounding rocket guidance systems