Qosmosys is a lunar technology startup that focuses on technologies such as lunar rovers, habitat modules, and sustainable energy solutions for space missions. This rover incorporates groundbreaking technology such as artificial intelligence, autonomous navigation, and advanced sensors to collect valuable data and images from the moon. The company is paving the way for a future where space travel and exploration are more accessible and sustainable.
Qosmosys has raised $100 million in seed funding from Western and Asian private wealth firms. The proceeds will be principally used to support Qosmosys’ ambitious lunar vehicle project, ZeusX. The first two flight models of ZeusX are scheduled for launch in late 2027 and 2029, respectively.
Qosmosys, Singapore, Central Region, Singapore, was founded in 2020 by François Dubrulle. “This landmark investment represents a pivotal moment for both Qosmosys and the broader space exploration sector. We are profoundly thankful for the unwavering commitment demonstrated by our investors, who align with our belief that the moon presents boundless possibilities,” said Francois Dubrulle, CEO of Qosmosys.