Infostellar is made up of committed and talented individuals who want to bring real change to the Space industry. We’re fast-paced and flexible and we’re looking for people who can flourish in a start-up environment, regardless of what they were doing before.
We're a diverse group with space, engineering, and startup backgrounds, united by an ambition to build something amazing.
We're excited by the limitless potential of the space industry, and we believe that we can make it better, more accessible, and more impactful for everyone.
Naomi has over a decade of experience in the Space industry. Naomi holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Kyushu Institute of Technology, where she conducted ion engine and space plasma environment research with JAXA. Naomi also worked as a Researcher and Satellite Ground Systems Engineer before going on to found Infostellar in 2016.
Andy Fry has over 30 years of Regulatory, Government Affairs and Business Development experience in the communications industry. He enables Infostellar to provide a wide range of regulatory and licensing support services, and to facilitate onboarding clients and partners to StellarStation.
Interested in exploring a career at Infostellar? Check out our open positions!
Ricardo holds a PhD in Systems Engineering, focusing on the utilization of NanoSats & CubeSats for Missions. Ricardo has worked in the space industry for over a decade, across the USA, Europe, and Japan. As Technical Program Manager for RF Systems, Ricardo focuses on the design and build of Ground Stations.
Our small team boasts over 80 years of combined experience in the space industry, from the nuts and bolts of RF engineering to the transnational impact of regulatory affairs and government policy.
With resumes spanning MongoDB, Google, Kymeta, Microsoft and beyond, our team possesses both breadth and depth of engineering experience.
Our team has professional experience spanning over 23 countries. Whether it's navigating regulatory regimes or cultural nuances, we are well equipped to tackle the complexities of an inherently global industry.
Conduct yourself so that other members can rely on you to perform. Hold your work to a high standard.
Always ask "why?" Question existing frameworks and take steps to improve them.
Be confident in your skills, but retain a beginner's mind. Always seek to improve yourself both technically and personally.
Treat everyone, both inside and outside of the company, with integrity and sensitivity.
RF Systems Engineer
Technical Program Manager
Director of Finance & Administration
RF Systems Engineer
Sr. Product Designer
Director of Regulatory Affairs
Site Reliability Engineer