Transforming Innovations
into Scalable Solutions

Industrialization is not an afterthought; it's an integral part of our mission to provide high-quality, reliable space antennas.

By emphasizing a seamless transition from R&D to mass production, we ensure that our innovative designs can be scaled efficiently, reliably, and economically.
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Our Industrialization Process


Based on the first preliminary design, the DFMEA (Design Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) exercice helps to identify potential failures in a design and the possible solutions.
It also permit to identify key characteristics and special processes to parallelize in the PFMEA (Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) tool. The PFMEA help to identify potential failures or difficulties during the assembly process

Bill of Material (BOM):

A comprehensive BOM outlines all the components that will go into the final antenna, ensuring no detail is overlooked.
Based on the preliminary version of this document, the BOM is implemented in the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) in order to secure the traceability.

Manufacturing Flow Chart:

We create detailed flow charts to visually map out each manufacturing step, identifying potential bottlenecks and points for optimization.

Control Plan & Process Control :

A robust control plan is established to monitor and manage quality at different stages of manufacturing. In order to qualify our measurement systems and equipments, we use the MSA methodology (Measurement System Analysis).
The SPC (Statistical  process control) is helpful to monitor the production and perform analysis during the projects development.

Prototype Production and Testing:

Prototypes are produced and rigorously tested under real-world conditions to fine-tune the design and manufacturing process.

Product Readiness Reviews:

Before production starts, our antenna undergoes readiness reviews to verify it is fully prepared for mass production.

PPAP Submission and Approval:

In line with aerospace standards, a PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) package is prepared and submitted for approval, providing yet another layer of quality assurance.

First Article Inspection (FAI):

The first unit produced undergoes a comprehensive inspection to confirm it adheres to all design specifications and quality requirements.

Mass Production:

Designed for high volume production, our process ensures we can meet demand while maintaining the highest quality standards.

Continuous Monitoring and Improvement:

Even after mass production, we employ ongoing monitoring and data analysis to continually optimize the process and antenna quality.

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FMEA Methodology

To proactively mitigate risks, we utilize Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA). This rigorous method evaluates potential failure modes and their impact on system performance, allowing us to anticipate and resolve issues before they escalate, ensuring a smoother, more reliable production process.


The 'Less is More' Philosophy & DfX method

At Anywaves, we embrace the ‘Less is More’ philosophy, channeled through the DfX method—Design for Excellence. This method integrates strategies like Design for Manufacturing (DfM) and Design for Assembly (DfA) to simplify complex processes and designs.
The result is a streamlined manufacturing approach, minimized waste, quicker time-to-market, and unwavering quality.


Lean Manufacturing

Inspired by Lean Manufacturing principles, we are constantly striving to eliminate waste in all forms—time, material, labor—while ensuring quality. This approach allows us to deliver products faster and more economically without sacrificing the high standards that our customers have come to expect.
In doing so, we aim to set new benchmarks in the space industry.

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Our Commitment
to Excellence

Beyond methodologies and philosophies, what truly sets Anywaves’ industrialization process apart is an unyielding commitment to excellence at every level. We don’t just aim for high-quality end products; we strive for perfection in every single element that contributes to making them.

Raw Materials

Our selection process for raw materials is rigorous. We partner with trusted suppliers who share our dedication to quality, ensuring that the foundational elements of our antennas meet or exceed industry standards.

Manufacturing Practices

Adopting best-in-class manufacturing practices, we continually invest in state-of-the-art machinery and professional development for our workforce. This ensures that each step of the production process is optimized for accuracy, efficiency, and reliability.

Quality Checks

We have robust quality assurance protocols in place. These include automated and manual checks at different stages of production, and they extend far beyond standard requirements.
We believe that our rigorous approach to quality assurance serves as the final, critical safeguard, ensuring each product we ship lives up to the Anywaves standard of excellence.

By holding ourselves to these elevated standards, we aim to not just meet but exceed customer expectations, solidifying our position as a leader in space antenna solutions.

Continuous Improvement
& Process Optimization

In the fast-paced environment of space antenna technology, standing still is not an option. At Anywaves, we maintain a culture of continuous improvement to keep us ahead of the curve. Our industrialization process is a dynamic one, not a static blueprint.
Here’s how we ensure ongoing optimization:

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Data-Driven Decisions

We leverage real-time data to monitor performance indicators across our manufacturing and design processes. This allows us to quickly identify bottlenecks and areas for improvement.

Employee Training

Our team is our most valuable asset. Ongoing training programs ensure that they are always up-to-date with the latest industry practices and technologies.

Customer Feedback Loop

We actively seek and incorporate feedback from our clients, using their insights to refine our processes and products.

Technology Updates

As new technologies emerge, we assess their potential applications in our industrialization process, incorporating those that offer tangible improvements in efficiency, quality, or scalability.

Lean Methodology

We are constantly looking for ways to eliminate waste and streamline operations, all while maintaining the high quality for which our products are known.



We understand that excellence in space antenna technology hinges not just on innovation but also on rigorous, finely-tuned design processes. Our comprehensive approach to spatial project management ensures that every antenna we create is ready to meet the extreme challenges posed by the space environment while maximizing performance and reliability.


Anywaves’ Technical Projects team utilizes cutting-edge concepts to design compact yet high-performance antennas for the Space market. Our antennas undergo a rigorous process from concept creation to qualification, always with a practical innovation perspective. We combine flight-proven expertise in materials and quality to lead the future of space communication.


We recognize that a great design is only as good as its manufacturing. That’s why we’ve invested in cutting-edge technology and processes to ensure that our space antennas are not only innovative but also reliably and efficiently produced.

Testing Process

At Anywaves, we believe that the true measure of a product’s worth is how well it performs under real-world conditions. Our testing process is thus designed to be exhaustive, replicating the most rigorous conditions that our antennas will experience throughout their entire lifecycle.

Quality Management

We believe that quality is an intricate weave of meticulous planning, cutting-edge technology, and relentless dedication. This tapestry is not just about meeting standards; it’s about setting them. Our Quality Management Process ensures that each space antenna we create is flawless so it can deliver optimum performance.

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