With the launch of its first consumer brand, QONN8Q (pronounced “Connect”), Singapore startup QOSMOSYS aims to make reserving a spot on a space mission as easy as booking a seat on a plane. QOSMOSYS was founded in 2020 with the goal of helping usher in a new business era of peaceful space colonization.
“Where most space industry players explore vertical technologies with a B2B perspective, I see QOSMOSYS taking risks to rely on the capacity of digital platforms to empower every individual to contribute to create strong communities as a source of value to enforce the dreams and visions of the masses based on what technologies can give best,” said QOSMOSYS Founder and CEO François Dubrulle in a press statement.
The new Space Age
The Singapore startup is offering QONN8Q as a first-of-its-kind space venture that will give everyone a new way to experience space. While this early-stage venture will not yet be immediately able to send people to space, QONN8Q is already offering everyone the opportunity to benefit from a first line of services, including composable engraved messages immortalizing milestones and precious memories encapsulated into a bespoke time capsule.
QONN8Q is now accepting reservations for its QosmoSign service.
“Mark your spot on your personal QosmoSign! Inspired by the two Pioneer plaques with messages mounted onboard probes Pioneer-10 and Pioneer-11 in case of alien discovery, we encourage you to do the same with your QosmoSign. Make a statement, write a message to your loved ones, celebrate a milestone, a note to your future self, anything really.”
The maiden flight for QOSMOSYS is set in June 2022 onboard a Falcon 9 / SpaceX launcher.
QOSMOSYS will progressively roll out other comprehensive business services to serve brands, industries, and space agencies, using increasingly sophisticated space vehicles.
“Digital transformation tools participate in efficient individual’s connection and integration into platforms that incorporate necessary tools to a reasonable development of our interdependent modern societies towards a global endeavor: giving a chance to humanity to explore and colonize the Moon and look beyond,” Dubrulle said.
QOSMOSYS has unveiled plans to release evolved versions of its existing Zeus spacecraft to offer space burial services within the next twelve months, along with myriads of reusable vehicles that can land on the Moon aiming at dropping off supplies to professional space explorers by 2025.