Orbital is founded, and subsequently joins start up incubator Minc in Malmö. Mehrdad receives the Green Mentorship Award from Skype founder Niklas Zennström.
The first Orbital Shower prototype gets installed. Orbital receives research funding from state and university.
Pre-seed round raised. SKAPA Award received for Sweden’s leading invention. 70 prototypes are manufactured and installed.
First seed round raised. Peter Carlsson (formerly of Tesla, now Northvolt) becomes a co-owner and board member. Edison Award received for one of the world's leading inventions.
Pre-production units installed across 18 countries and five continents. WWF Climate Solver Award received for significant climate impact potential.
Second seed round raised. Team expands to 50 people. Emirates Energy Award received.
Development start of the industrialized version of Orbital Shower. German Design Award received for “Excellent product design bath and wellness."
The European Investment Bank invests 15 million EUR to support Orbital's operations. By this time, Orbital has built a patent portfolio of over 100 patents.
Series A round raised. Official launch of the world’s first circular shower, the Orbital Shower.
1000 units are shipped to established partners such as Treehotel and Guldsmeden Hotels.
Series B round raised. Amazon’s Alexa Fund invests in Orbital. Official launch of world’s first circular tap, the Orbital Tap.
Orbital is showcased at the Amazon CES Experience Exhibition.
Launch with Amazon
ORBITAL SYSTEMS, INC. a Delaware corporation, is the group holding company of the Orbital companies, each entity determined to improve society by using proprietary technology to save resources while ensuring superior user experience. Global R&D is based in Malmö, Sweden while the Orbital products are available online in select markets.