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Osprey CSL wins safety assurance contract with Skyrora

Posted 7 April 2021 · Add Comment

Osprey Consulting Services Limited (CSL) is working with space launch company Skyrora Ltd, providing independent assurance of the Skylark L sub-orbital launch vehicle safety case.

Image courtesy Osprey

This is harnessing Osprey's experience in novel and first of type safety cases and use of the graphical representation of safety cases in the space, military and civil domains.

The safety assurance activity will need to consider multiple facets of space launch given the Skylark L’s capability and Skyrora’s complete launch service offering.

Peter Symons, Business Development Director at Osprey said “We are excited to be working with such an innovative company in Skyrora and proud to be further contributing to the UK space industry.

"Osprey has a wealth of experience in safety assurance activities including development and assurance for first of type and innovative safety cases. We are confident that our contribution will help Skyrora establish a safety case benchmark for their future aspirations.”


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