Momentus is the first company in its class to offer affordable space infrastructure services, paving the way for a robust in-space economy. These services include last-mile satellite and cargo delivery, payload hosting, and in-orbit servicing options. To deliver on their vision, Momentus has developed hardware breakthroughs and has capitalized on recent disruptions in the launch industry to unlock business opportunities of a previously unimaginable magnitude.
Prior to adopting Duro, Momentus was managing product data across multiple systems, including CAD tools, shared spreadsheets and various individual’s desktops. The team not only needed a single source-of-truth, but an end-to-end solution that connected systems requirements and design data all the way through to their manufacturing systems. At the speed Momentus was moving, they could not afford to spend 6 months implementing a system, nor could they achieve their vision with a system that took engineer’s away from their important work developing innovative hardware.
“Duro allowed us to get up and running with a PLM system that was interoperable with our existing systems much faster than we expected.”
– Aliki Loper-Leddy, Chief of Program Management
Duro enabled Momentus to get a cloud-native, compliant PLM system up and running in a matter of days, immediately increasing productivity and reducing risk by tying the team into a single source of truth. With Duro’s integrations with SolidWorks and Valispace, Momentous was able to set up a means of bidirectional syncing capabilities with their main mCAD tool and Requirements Management tool, respectively.