The budget TVAC-test chamber
The Orbit NTNU organization has developed a low-cost vacuum heater as part of efforts to simplify environmental testing of components. The team members are students at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Orbit consists of 65 students across 9 technical groups, in addition of a marketing group and the board. Together we cover everything from mechanical design and electronics, to software engineering, as well as management. This way, we appeal to almost every field of study.
Team Lead - Systems Engineering
I have been the Systems Engineering TL at Orbit NTNU since 2018. During this time I’ve been responsible for the design and development of two cubesat missions, with a focus towards concept exploration, system architecture and test & verification.
Team Member- Systems Engineering
As a member of Systems Engineering since early 2021, the majority of my work has been related to testing. Primarily I have been involved in the practical execution of these tests, but I have also participated in the development of some of our testing equipment.
Sivert Høilund Sivertsen
Team MEMBER-SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
I have been part of Systems Engineering since 2020 . My work has mostly consisted of designing equipment used for testing our satellite components. This has resulted in me primarly working towards testing and verification of different
Isak Andrade Sæternes
Team Member - Electrical Engeneering
Been a part of Orbit’s Electrical Engineerings team since the beginning of 2020. I have mainly worked with PCB design and cable management in addition to developing test equipment.