Voyager Space, a Denver, CO-based company which supecilizeed in space exploration, acquired ZIN Technologies, Inc., a Cleveland, OH-based engineering, design and integration company.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
With the acquisition, Voyager Space will expand its space infrastructure and technology capabilities to further its Starlab development efforts.
Led by Daryl Laisure, CEO, ZIN provides systems and engineered solutions to multiple launch vehicles, low-Earth orbit infrastructure projects, and spacecraft, including the U.S. Space Shuttle, the MIR space station, the International Space Station (ISS), Dream Chaser, and Starlab. It is a recognized global leader in developing microgravity research equipment, having participated in over 400 research activities on the ISS, and for supporting the human-rated structural monitoring systems for the Lunar Gateway under NASA’s Artemis program.
ZIN also brings extensive expertise in the integration of complex space-rated hardware and the development of rendezvous, docking, and related capabilities.
Led by Dylan Taylor, Chairman and CEO, and Matthew Kuta, President and COO, Voyager Space is a space technology company dedicated to delivering space station infrastructure and services and technology solutions to commercial users, civil and national security government agencies, academic and research institutions, and more, with the goal to accelerate a sustainable space economy.