ispace Inc. is a private Japanese company developing robotic spacecraft technologies to build landers and rovers to compete for both transportation and exploration mission contracts from space agencies and private industry. ispace will enable clients who may want to discover, map, and use the natural lunar resources.
From 2013 to 2018, ispace was the owner and operator of the Hakuto team that competed in Google Lunar X Prize. The team developed a lunar rover named Sorato.
ispace is currently headquartered in Tokyo, Japan with offices in the United States and Luxembourg. The company's founder and CEO is Takeshi Hakamada.
Highest paying job titles at ispace technologies include Systems Integration Engineer, Avionics Engineer, and Propulsion Engineer