Exobotics helps businesses outside the space industry launch into low-Earth orbit and to the moon, using the latest advancements in robotics, materials, structures, and artificial intelligence to make space more accessible for everyone.
Acting as an in-house satellite development team, Exobotics oversee the end-to-end project lifecycle from concept to manufacturing to launch in under 12 months through their fast-track programme, operating from their state-of-the-art cleanroom labs in Chiswick, London.
With offices in London, Cambridge, and Cornwall, Exobotics is a fast-growing business having won several contracts in 2022, including advanced materials specialist Quantum Generative Materials (GenMat) alongside a host of FinTech, mining, agricultural, and telecommunications customers.
Centropy will lead the company’s external communications programme, delivering storytelling campaigns, thought leadership, and high-level media and influencer relations in the lead up to Exobotics’ satellite launch. The London-based agency will also support with events and social media activity.
Exobotics joins organisations including TechUK and The Institute of Coding in Centropy’s client portfolio.
Nadeem Gabbani, Founder of Exobotics, said:
“The benefits of space are still being realised today and people from outside the industry need to be made aware of the possibilities and potential of LEO and beyond. Centropy PR is the perfect agency to help us tell our story with their passion for satellite technology and hands-on proactive approach already delivering results. 2023 is an exciting year for us with several upcoming satellite launches scheduled and we are delighted to have Centropy by our side for this exciting stage in our journey.”
Steven George Hilley, Founder of Centropy PR, said:
“Exobotics is an extremely exciting up-and-coming company who are already making waves in the space sector with their innovative approach to satellite development. We are very proud to be working with such an ambitious company who are helping businesses to realise the potential space has to offer, making a positive impact on climate change, the economy, and core business issues across the globe.”
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