Our Quality Management Process:
Precision, Compliance,
and Dedication

We believe that quality is an intricate weave of meticulous planning, cutting-edge technology, and relentless dedication.

It's not just about meeting standards; it's about setting them.

Our Quality Management Process ensures that each space antenna respect international standards, thanks to a rigorous incoming inspection of all components (raw material, EEE and mechanical).

More importantly, we adapt our processes to meet specific customer requirements because your expectations are at the heart of our quality management.
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A structured approach

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    We first identify gaps in our existing processes that could affect the quality of our space antennas.
    Specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-based (SMART) objectives are set to guide the process improvement.
    Our teams outline the steps required to achieve these objectives, including the allocation of resources and setting of timelines.
    Special emphasis is placed on planning to ensure all processes and outcomes align with customer requirements, ensuring that the final product will meet their specific needs and expectations.
    Changes are applied on a small scale initially to test their effectiveness
    Using real-time data and key performance indicators (KPIs), we closely monitor the process to ensure that it’s working as planned.
    Data is analyzed and compared against the set objectives to evaluate the success of the action plans.
    Where necessary, immediate corrections are made to rectify any deviations from the desired outcome.
    Before shipping, every aspect of our antennas, including documentation, meca-thermal and RF testing, and packaging, is thoroughly validated to ensure they meet our high standards.
    If the changes result in an improvement, the new methods are standardized and applied across the board.

    The cycle does not end here; we revisit the plan to identify new opportunities for improvement, making the PDCA cycle a continuous loop of quality control and enhancement.

The EN 9100 Standard

Our operations are EN 9100 certified, a rigorous aerospace quality standard that supersedes the ISO 9001 requirements. In practical terms, this impacts every aspect of our antenna production:

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Material Traceability

From sourcing to production, every material used is meticulously tracked and documented.

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Process Control

Strict protocols govern each production step, ensuring repeatability and eliminating deviations.

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Product Validation

Rigorous functional and environmental tests, consistent with space qualifications, are performed on each antenna model.

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Every single operational and quality parameter is documented in compliance with EN 9100, ensuring full traceability and auditability.


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Risk Management

Our use of APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning) approach through the FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) methodology goes beyond mere compliance. It allows us to build predictive models that are aerospace-specific, ensuring that risk mitigation happens at the design stage, well before production starts.


Supplier Excellence

Our commitment to quality extends beyond our premises. All of our main suppliers are EN 9100 certified and specialize in aerospace applications. Located in the Toulouse Area, these suppliers are not just vendors; they are strategic partners sharing our commitment to excellence and rigor.


Transparency and Traceability

Complete documentation serves as the backbone of our quality assurance. This transparency extends from internal operations to customer interactions, ensuring that every stakeholder has an unobstructed view of our quality landscape.

Managing Non-Conformities: Control, Anticipation, and Resolution

We understand that the nature of space missions leaves no room for errors. That’s why our quality management system is geared towards not just preventing, but also quickly identifying and rectifying any non-conformity. Our procedures for handling non-conformities involve:

Immediate Control

As soon as a non-conformity is detected, the internal NRB (Non-Conformity Review Board) investigates the causes and consequences of the Non-Conformity and classifies the Non-Conformity either as minor or major. Immediate steps are taken to control the situation and prevent any adverse impact.

Root Cause Analysis

Through 8D approach, the root cause of the non-conformity is identified to prevent future occurrences.

Corrective and Preventive Actions

Strategic corrective actions are implemented and monitored for effectiveness.

Documentation and Review

Every incident of non-conformity is thoroughly documented, and corrective actions are reviewed during our regular quality assessments.

Commitment to Continuous Improvement

We collectively commit to a continuous improvement approach. We continually refine our processes, tools, and management systems to ensure we’re delivering the best products to our customers.
We achieve this through:

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Regular Audits and Assessments

To ensure that all processes meet or exceed industry standards.

Employee Training

Continual professional development to keep our team up-to-date with the latest best practices.

Customer Feedback

Active solicitation and rigorous analysis of customer feedback to inform product and process improvements.

Strategic Partnerships

Collaborating with suppliers and partners who share our commitment to quality and improvement.



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.


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.


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.

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